The ancient tales and distant origins of Christmas and its traditions have long been of very little interest to the right thinking. This book seeks to arm the know-it-all, the boor, the acid-tempered and other social miscreants with information designed to harass the sensibilities of the more balanced celebrants of Christmas.
Early scorn for Vinson’s Christmas: And Other Oddities…
“A work of utter madness.” – The London Chronicle
“An inelegant assortment of claptrap, poppycock, balderdash and rubbish with the aftertaste of an ill-stored cod.” – Lloyd’s Illustrated Newspaper
“Repellent tripe of the first order… a tome so vile as to shame Gutenberg himself.” – The Hull Packet