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Specially for the FE ..


johndrew
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.. when asked through the year, "Is it time for Christmas posts?".

And one for all those who either hate wasting electricity or have neighbours they wish to annoy. Merry Chistmas

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Aitchbee

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...Jesus, Mary and Joseph...!

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rdave13

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johndrew

That's the spirit :)

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onthelimit1

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Only in America!

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OTT_B

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johndrew

Love the first link in your post!

OTT_B

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morddwyd

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Nicely understated.

I am glad there was nothing tacky, like the Nativity figures dancing!

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That's an excellent first link, but I imagine people might think me a tad abrupt if I posted it in response to an enquiry, and we all know that I'm never abrupt.

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SparkyJack

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When you look at the stats about Christmas 'Merry' is the last word that comes to mind

Robbery crime - up

Divorce - up

Family punch up's and failings out -common

Which I guess has everything to do with this time of year long nights SAD syndrome etc.

I wonder if Chrisdtmas is more cheerful in Australia in mid summer?

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Aitchbee

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SparkyJack - On his Australian Run, Father Christmas has six snow-white kangaroos to pull his sleigh in the blazing sun...don't you know!

Have a listen to Rolf's "Six White Boomers".

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Miké

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SparkyJack Bah Humbug.

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SparkyJack

"I wonder if Chrisdtmas is more cheerful in Australia in mid summer?"

I once spent Christmas with friends who live in Sydney. We were on the beach after breakfast on Christmas day, and it didn't feel a bit like Christmas to me. I suppose it all depends on what you're used to.

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