A Gowerton Dad has casually slipped into his boxer shorts with the broken waistband and elasticated jogging pants to set himself up for the rest of the day.

Dad Pete Bowen, 41, has calculated after years’ of experience that ‘right now’ is the time to create some extra space in order to tackle the substantial amount of religious treats he has at his disposal.

Pete said: “I spent 48 minutes on the toilet this morning having a clear out, I always do this on a special occasion, it’s around 4 minutes longer than my usual routine.

“I completed some complex cardio this morning helping the kids find the eggs I’d planted around the house, well the leftover ones I couldn’t quite stomach after last night’s takeaway.

“I’m fairly sure I’ve lost a pound or two dropping my hilarious puns and laughing at them so ferociously, they were particularly eggsellent this year. Thank you very much.

“I’m now ready to sit in a cloud of my own flatulence and chow down on Cadbury’s while watching a Come Dine With Me marathon.”

Pete’s daughter Millie said: “Its a race to the bottom for Dad on days like these.

“He’ll push jokes on me about sell by dates and salmonella making him eat all of the eggs in one sitting, then pass out in a blanket of Easter egg foil.”

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