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How about .. Grandma got run over by a reindeer, walking home from our house xmas eve ??

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I like nothing more than sitting with the lights of my tree switched on and xmas songs playing and wrapping pressies really gets ya in the christmassy spirits.

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really gets ya in the christmassy spirits.

i dont mind the christmassy spirits... that reminds me, i owe you a bottle of mint baileys...

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Yes you do and im sure theres a bottle of moet missing too :)

There really isnt lyk!

i gave you the cash for those, not my fault the price doubled b4 you replaced them.

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There really isnt lyk!

i gave you the cash for those, not my fault the price doubled b4 you replaced them.

Ha ha its ok the girls already have planned what they want for there 18th

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The Christmas Song by Nat King-Cole (something about him roasting his nuts by an open fire) :)

or

Driving Home for Christmas by Chris Rea

or

If at a Xmas party you can't beat Wizard and Slade

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It has to be Christmas Time (bells end one) by The Darkness..I just have to look at Justin Hawkins face and i can`t help it but smile :lol:

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spacemen came traveling:

ho ho !*[email protected]# ho what a crock of s**t:

Rudolf the brown nosed reindeer:

Santa clause you !*[email protected]# where's my !*[email protected]# bike:

oh and the Alexandra one... Hallelujah

:lol:

I like a spaceman came travelling it reminds me of my youth which feels like it is longgggggggg gone now

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spacemen came traveling:

ho ho !*[email protected]# ho what a crock of s**t:

Rudolf the brown nosed reindeer:

Santa clause you !*[email protected]# where's my !*[email protected]# bike:

oh and the Alexandra one... Hallelujah

:lol:

Your !*[email protected]# bike is on the back of some !*[email protected]# !*[email protected]# ford transit tipper,on the way to Jebbs as we speak :lol: :lol:

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