This mini collection is for wellbeing curious people who appreciate it when someone attempts to amuse them (as long as they arenâ€™t wearing a dirty mac), thus making them feel good. It is also for the wellbeing enthusiasts who appreciate the same thing. Because the huge majority of people donâ€™t feel good that often, Christmas was created and became a huge happy pill; which cheered up a huge majority of that huge majority who werenâ€™t happy. It is a time of the year when programmed people are given permission to like each other for a couple of weeks. A huge feeling of â€˜champagne-in-veinâ€™ excitement sweeps the Nation, strangers say â€˜all the bestâ€™ to each other and some enemies tolerate each other; thatâ€™s the season of goodwill (only man could tie goodwill down to a season). There was a cure to this asylum behaviour though. Frankie remembered Roy Wood of the pop group Wizzard, singing; â€œI wish it could be Christmas every day,â€ and invented Not Christmas or, Notmas, the extended season of goodwill. If you wish, class these two stories as Notmas stories i.e. Christmas style stories that can be read on the golden sand beach; somewhere like Tiger Bay. Christmas Cracker one, A Christmas Coral, is a fun twist on the traditional Charles Dickensâ€™, A Christmas Carol. Christmas Cracker two, The Plastic Christmas Card, is a very short period in the life of a rather sad little guy called Kevin, a man who has greasy ginger hair and dandruff (say no more); a man on a Notmas mission; although heâ€™s convinced itâ€™s Christmas. Enjoy.