Holding his wine high in the air, Oakville resident Herbert Lacrosse began a long winded Christmas toast at his family gathering on Christmas Eve. According to Ontario guidelines, people should only celebrate with members of their own household, which he satisfied as he still lives with his parents, although the out of town family did not. ” To all the schmucks who listen to a corrupt government telling us how to live our lives,” he said raising his glass up higher as he went on. ” You know, the damn sheep just wearing their face diapers and celebrating without their family, I toast you as I drink several glasses of wine with more than 10 members of my family. Here Here”. After the toast, he graciously thanked his family for coming and asked to be excused to his bedroom to change into his jammies and to get out of his scratchy wool sweater.