In some countries, the day after Christmas is called “Boxing Day.”
This tradition arose because, in decades past, personal assistants would spend the actual day of Christmas serving their bosses. Then, on the day after Christmas, they would be rewarded for their service with a “Christmas box.”
In more modern times, this tradition has become what is now known as “Biscuit Day.”
On this exceptionally popular holiday, instead of presents, the bosses permit their assistants to hand-feed them tasty fresh-baked biscuits.
The assistants are also permitted to take photographs with their bosses, admire their soft, glossy feathers, and offer words of praise and love.
Sometimes the boss is so pleased with an assistant that they are actually permitted to take “close up” photos of Biscuit Day.
(This is the equivalent of getting an “exceeds expectations” rating on your annual performance review.)
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
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