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My dd is going to be a cornflake in the nativity...........

(16 Posts)
wholelotofarse Mon 08-Nov-10 21:38:21

I think she meant snowflake but she was adamant it was a cornflake grin

WanderingSheep Mon 08-Nov-10 21:39:11

Aww, cute! grin

LauraNorder Mon 08-Nov-10 21:39:37

Excellent grin

tibni Mon 08-Nov-10 21:42:02

Branded or supermarket own? It will make a difference to costume. Think about your location it may help you work out waitrose or ASDA wink

thisisyesterday Mon 08-Nov-10 21:42:14

ahhh! i was wondering how they'd managed to get a cornflake into it grin

SuePurblybilt Mon 08-Nov-10 21:42:57

Crunchy nut?

cupofteaplease Mon 08-Nov-10 21:43:12

How lovely! grin

ClaireDeLoon Mon 08-Nov-10 21:43:50

Sweet!!! How old is she?

Pancakeflipper Mon 08-Nov-10 21:44:32

Was thinking it was one of these modern navities that try to ignore Jesus..
Was looking forward to hearing about you making a cornflake costume.

Tidey Mon 08-Nov-10 21:44:43

You'd better check which it is before you start scanning the shops for orange cardboard...

wholelotofarse Mon 08-Nov-10 21:50:02

She is 5 grin I am going to double check with her teacher tomorrow to be sure though, don't want her to have to live down being dressed as the only cornflake in the school play for years to come grin

pointydog Mon 08-Nov-10 21:51:12

lol. Orange facepaint

worm77daisy Tue 09-Nov-10 20:58:17

I was a raindrop in my school nativity once, I had to wear a black bin bag with blue droplets on. I don't recall having had any lines.

I did get to be Mary one year, although I can't recall if this was before or after the raindrop performance.

Rockbird Tue 09-Nov-10 20:59:26

Damn, I had rehearsed my 'it's pc gorn mad' speech

wholelotofarse Wed 10-Nov-10 19:12:40

It's alright I got confirmation she is going to be a snowflake grin got to admit I was actually working out how to make her a cornflake grin

wholelotofarse Wed 10-Nov-10 19:14:22

Go on rockbird, give us your speech grin

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