Plumber saves Christmas


Santa Claus with a little girl

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A poet at our sister company in the USA – Mr Rooter – has written the following which appears on the Mrs Rooter blog.

We thought we would share it with you this Christmas Eve.

Christmas Eve it was Snowing

The weather was cold

But Santa and his reindeer

Continued on so bold

 

The clickety-clack of the reindeer paws

And the ho-ho-ho of dear Santa Claus


 He sprang to the chimney in less than a dash

And landed below with a terrible splash


 The chimney you see to Santa’s amazement

Went to the fireplace down in the basement


 The sewer was blocked and all he could see

Was two feet of water and floating “uch”


 Santa thought he was finished

He’d not get to his sled

When a shadow appeared

Top of the stairs dead ahead


 The bangety-bang-bang of a sewer machine

As it came down the steps for the sewer to clean


 Santa then smiled cause in the dim light

Mr. Rooter was there to deliver his plight


 Merry Christmas said he

And Santa replied

If it wasn’t for you

Christmas could’ve been done


The basement was clean in less than an hour

Santa went up to catch a quick shower


 Mr. Rooter was gone by the time Santa was done

But he swore to his reindeer he’d tell everyone

 

Mr. Rooter saved Christmas Santa said with a blink

HO-HO-HO don’t you know they’re “Quick as a Wink”.

 

Don’t forget, if you need a plumber today or tomorrow (or at any time over the holiday period) you can call Drain Doctor on 0800 70 71 72. There are no call-out charges and no extra costs for holiday working.

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  1. Brett Daley

    Truly awful poetry! But have a good Christmas, Drain Doctor.

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