Wednesday, 23 December 2009

Happy Christmas, happy between-Christmas-and-New-Year

Here's hoping you have a tremendous Christmas, and there's hoping we see you at the Lounge this coming Sunday (27th) where we'll be recovering in our usual relaxed fashion, 2 'til 7.

Is there a name for the period between Christmas and New Year? The lack of an obvious one makes life very difficult for those of us who like to supply rubbishy puns or (failing that) alliterative names for the kind of events which might take place on the 27th of December. It's too bad. I'm off for a drink.


  1. We call it "mellandagarna", which the dictionary says is "intermediate days"

  2. In the Northern hemisphere is should be "winterlude" and in the Southern hemisphere we can call it "summerlude"