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Christmas chaos with Dick and Dom
BBC PRESS OFFICE - December 2004

Dick and Dom continue to create mess, play wacky games and generally cause lots of chaos, with the help of the Bungalowheads, over the festive season. Here, Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood open the doors of Da Bungalow to reveal some Yuletide gems.

What’s your best Christmas memory?
"Santa’s botty burning on the fire when he came down the chimney!"

Have you any funny Christmas stories?
Dick: "One year my gran sent me all girls’ presents, including a girls’ pink fluffy diary and a skirt."
Dom: "Mine is that one year, when I was about six, my uncle gave me a plastic iron and an ironing board for Christmas. I loved it so much – it was the best present ever. I used to fight with my brother, Matt, over it because he really wanted it, too, but I wouldn’t let him anywhere near it so he cried. How sad."

Which programmes do you like watching over Christmas?
"Dick And Dom In Da Bungalow."

What will Santa be bringing you for Christmas this year?
"Spangly tat."

Dick, what will you be buying Dom?
"A jellied eel."

Dom, what will you be buying Dick?
"A cup of cockles and winkles."

What’s your favourite Christmas song?

"None – we like the Pants Dance and Dick & Dom Merrily On."

Is there anything special planned in Da Bungalow this Christmas?
"Yes, there will be lots of special games including a Christmas Baby Race, a Lapland edition of the infamous Bogies and a super Christmas Creamy Muck Muck fight."

What will you be leaving for Santa on Christmas Eve?
"Minced poo pie."

If you could spend Christmas anywhere, where would it be?
"Handbag Land."

If you could have one Christmas wish, what would you wish for?
"More Dirty Norris."

Christmas crackers:

Dick – "Ding Dong Merrily On High. It’s all in the title."
Dom – "And Christmas just isn’t Christmas without hearing a bit of Slade’s Merry Xmas Everybody."




Mucky Christmas!