The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 8, Issue 8 (December 1, 1933)
We also offer a few daftynitions of Christmas:
The policeman's - maintaining law and larder.
The flapper's-shieks and shrieks.
The Scotsman's-high spirits at low cost.
The sailor's-going to see on land.
The bride's-a marry Christmas.
The miner's-getting up without going down.
The postman's-travelling by rail without the post.
The railwayman's–getting everything in train for a rail good holiday.
Our's-making the “bust of things.”
And now, never mind the bawl, let us get on with the game.page 12