On the twelfth day of Christmas my true love sent to me,
Twelve lords a-leaping…
Appearing in court today was Mr Mike Rullove after his bizarre campaign of terror against a local family…
The moral of the story of ‘The Twelve Days Of Christmas’ is that sometimes the person giving the gifts doesn’t know that they’re unwelcome. They might reasonably think that their gifts are a romantic gesture that’s blowing Daisy away.
Or – as in this case – Daisy was clear and honest with everyone, told Mike to stop and he should’ve done.
But really, who wouldn’t think it a romantic and not annoying gesture to send; twelve jumping lords, twenty-two dancing ladies, thirty pipers, thirty-six drummers, forty milkmaids and their cows, forty-two swans and geese, forty calling birds, thirty french hens, twenty-two turtle doves and a dozen partridges in their respective pear trees?
Although even someone as shallow as Daisy wouldn’t mind about the forty gold rings.