1) Comfort food
Piss off salads, we'll see you in May! Bring on the pies, (Pastry and pie) and soups and roasts and stews. We'll all put on some Winter bulk but it's okay because no one can tell in our gilets and MASSIVE jumpers.
2) Winter drinks
Ditto winter beverages. No I'm not talking about you Winter Pimms, you abomination. I'm talking about red wine, spiced lattes, (Not pumpkin or eggnog though - we're not American, let's stop trying to be.) ales and perhaps even a mulled wine or spiced apple towards the end of November.
Some pubs have fires on all year round. This confuses me. If your beer garden is full, don't have a fire on. But in the run up to Christmas yes please, give us a fire. We will gaze at it memorised supping an ale, before realising that we got over zealous and sat way too fucking close to the inferno and shedding our million layers of clothing.
4) Kicking leaves.
I don't care how old you are, who can resist the temptation of a crisp pile of leaves just begging to be kicked everywhere!? Even better if they've been raked into a loving pile by someone else.
5) Less outdoor play and more indoor play!
Dust off those dildos, charge up those cock rings, think about using the butt plug and then put it back.... Snuggle under the covers and enjoy our special offers. Peachy Keen will warm you up through the winter months.
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We've been to London to visit the queen. No not really but we're sorry for the gap in our Facebook and Twitter posts and blogs!
Everyone that works for Peachy Keen has family and other commitments so over the summer we wound down a bit so that people could spend more time with their kids in the (sometimes) sunshine. We were OF COURSE still taking and processing orders, as those of you who ordered goodies from us know.
So now Peachy Keen is back with a bang and normal service is resumed. Huzzah! We look forward to announcing some exciting new products and ventures in the run up to Christmas. For now though, be sure to check out our Top Picks.
Thanks for your support guys! Have a Peachy Keen day,
It really is... It's just excruciatingly difficult. Have you ever tried it? You sit there gurning and writhing, willing yourself to just let the compliment stand alone, until you burst, blurting out, "But I still need to lose a few pounds more," or "Maybe it's because I washed it for once!" Everyone laughs and we move on and forget the nice comment ever existed. We are just incapable of hearing something complimentary about our actions or appearance and not play it down.