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Merry Christmas/hanukkah/kwanza!, And a Happy New Year.
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post Nov 22 2006, 03:05 PM
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And, like a neighbor who's hung up their Christmas lights a tad too early,
or a mall who has decked it's halls with all sorts of obnoxious mechanical Santas and the such, rises a thread of which anything you'll be celebrating this Holiday season can be spammed all to hell.

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post Nov 22 2006, 03:06 PM
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Except that it's NOVEMBER.


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post Nov 22 2006, 03:07 PM
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Yeah but we could write in it until December can't we asu? (trying to think positive)


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post Nov 22 2006, 03:08 PM
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Christmas makes me happy...so let me be happy early this f&*%ing year!


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post Nov 22 2006, 03:10 PM
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Indeed.
But, It's late November.
Anyway, the Christmas parades around my nation have all come and gone (most likely to avoid snow), and I see Wal-Mart has stuck a bundle of oversized snowglobes in everyones faces already.

As I commented, it is a little early, but it'll be a fun place to screw around until frostbite eventually renders you fingers incapable of typing.

Unless you live in Florida.
Or reality.
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post Nov 22 2006, 03:17 PM
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The mall that I go to had their X-mas stuff up before Halloween.... XD


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post Nov 22 2006, 04:15 PM
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Yeah. In the stores around here, the day after Halloween is quite obviously Christmas.
That Holiday is so commercial...
I went shopping in Wal-Mart (and so I say it, once again) and this mechanical singin' santa made me jump.
And he wasn't even a good singer.
It was at Mark's Wearhouse too.
I was wondering when the armada of them would arrive.
Anyway, I'm wondering when all this crap took over the 25th.
I'm not a terribly (or at all, really) religious person, but I'd like to see a singin' Jesus once in a while.
I would totally buy one.
You can hook them up to your stereo and make them sing other songs, too.
I'm pretty sure a friend on mine hooked the one his family owns up to 'Smack That' before it blew a fuse. I hope he filmed it. o-o

And have you noticed it's only Christmas?
I feel like force feeding 'Santa' some Latkahs or something.
I still like Christmas, though...
Everyones content, and I get presents. <3
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post Nov 23 2006, 02:28 AM
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I like x'mas because its VACATION time!!!! I love to go home...I miss my family...also,there are a lot of food to eat in christmas and new year...ahhh the fireworks,i will hear them again...


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It's not to early, some shops nearby have sold Christmas stuff before Halloween (I guess I've seen something during September)

I like December it has lots of celebration times: 6th of December (St. Nicolas -gift time for children-) except for this year, we start Exams then. Christmas and New year's eve.
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post Nov 25 2006, 01:44 PM
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Oh yeah, vacation.
That would be the best part of the holidays...
No work to attend to at school.
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OH, and two weeks of only anime and no school..yeah, best part of December: holidays


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QUOTE(Mudkipblader @ Nov 25 2006, 04:03 PM) [snapback]477828[/snapback]
OH, and two weeks of only anime and no school..yeah, best part of December: holidays

That has to be the very best part tongue.gif


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I knew you would agree with me. ^^


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Who wouldn't?


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The entire US economy depends on Christmas. I believe it was FDR that moved Thanksgiving back a week to increase the christmas shopping season.

Anyway, I hate the Christmas cheer crap. Where the hell was all this good will in July? And how will this holiday cheer lower my bills so I can save a dime to put my kid through college? Will the good will stop people from spending their rent money on gifts so they won't get evicted in spring? Will the good will give me a parking space at the store when all I want to buy is a damned lightbulb!???

So Merry F@#$ing Christmas! from me to you and I wish you the best F@#$ing Christmas ever!


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