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Home & Garden This is what goes in a 'posh' Christmas stocking, apparently

12:15  16 november  2017
12:15  16 november  2017 Source:   prima.co.uk

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' Christmas stockings are practical affairs, predominantly full of stuff you would have bought for yourself anyway,' they say in the article, titled 'What you'll find in a posh stocking '. This is how to have a ' posh ' Christmas , apparently .

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But it's safe to say we never thought tucking into all those chocolate coins and clementines made us 'posh'.

Until now that is, because society bible Tatler has released a tongue-in-cheek guide to what you'll find in a 'posh' stocking – and it turns out we're practically royalty...

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They continue: 'The teenage-upwards recipients of posh stockings might expect something along these lines', before listing out the bits and bobs you'll encounter in upper crust stockings for grown-ups.

So, if you usually find the following in your stocking on Christmas morning, then you're officially 'posh' in our eyes...

  • Bathroom loot (i.e. nail polish remover, a bar of soap etc)
  • Pairs of socks/tights
  • Packets of knickers from M&S
  • Chutney
  • Gentleman's Relish (an anchovy paste)
  • Emma Bridgewater mug
  • Oven mitt shaped like a lobster or a crocodile
  • A tiny cushiony ornament shaped like a dog on a ribbon
  • Chocolate coins
  • A pack of cards
  • Pack of fake moustaches
  • A clementine

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EVER wondered what Christmas is like for really posh people? Well, wonder no more - because Tatler, the ultimate posho magazine, has shone a tongue-in-cheek light into the stockings of Britain's elite. A jar of this strong, salty anchovy paste belongs in a stocking , apparently . Merry Christmas .

A Christmas stocking is an empty sock or sock-shaped bag that is hung on Christmas Eve so that Santa Claus (or Father Christmas ) can fill it with small toys, candy, fruit, coins or other small gifts when he arrives. These small items are often referred to as stocking stuffers or stocking fillers.

[h/t The Sun]

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