The Noble Cunntiballs, Part 1 / by Jose Barbosa

CUNNTIBALLS: n. A traditional British yuletide decoration, usually hung on the hips of the household children, or debilitated elderly. The practice fell out of favour during the Thatcher years, but the term still persists in the everyday language of the blind milliners of Thackney Court as a term of endearment i.e. "Blessed be, if it isn't Maurice, my old cunntiballs (which I have deduced from the sound of your voice as I am blind and cannot make visual recognition)."

The modern collector is in luck as the demand for good quality cunntiballs is considerable, recently a quartet of  1951 Chamberlain Flacids went for £8 at a car boot auction in Chumsford.