Wassail, wassail, wassail

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The festive version of Wassup, wassup, wassup my father introduction to the podcast, wassailing meaning be of good cheer. It has been pointed out that wassailing should only take place on twelfth night, Simon, however, thinks you should be allowed to wassail anytime and has been known to wassail in April.

Ken Russell encouraged the practice but never actually wassailed in East Burleigh.

If you absolutely have to know what wassailing is, and when it takes place, you can find out here.