Genius man uses toy train to transport drinks around his Christmas party
Still leaving the booze in the kitchen and telling your guests to help themselves, like a schmuck?
Learn from this guy and take a more creative approach to handing out G&Ts at your next Christmas party. That’s how you’ll win respect and admiration from your mates – not well-crafted pigs in blankets or the perfect amount of tinsel strewn around your living room.
Tim Dunn, a marketing manager, TV presenter, and historian, dug out his old model trains for a Christmas party on Saturday night.
Not to show off his collection, to be clear, but to repurpose one of his toy trains as drinks... read more
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