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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by jump_smash, Dec 21, 2004.

  1. jump_smash

    jump_smash Regular Member

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    Merry Christmas to all who celebrate! Happy Holidays to everyone :D

    And Happy New Year!!!!! :D

    -dave
     
  3. kwun

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    indeed!

    Happy Holidays to everybody!

    i wish your year end celebration includes some badminton, to keep the spirit up as well as burn up some of the extra intakes from the extended festivities and feasts! :)
     
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    LOL, thanks for the practices that i'll need for the coming days. :cool:

    season festive celebration to all. :)
     
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    Happy holidays to all. :)

    I have 10+ days, with pay, off. Ha ha … …
    Badminton here I come. Yeah, envy me. Please.
     
  6. wood_22_chuck

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    So what's a traditional Christmas dinner, anyway? Turkey?

    -dave
     
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    *BUMP* Merry Christmas too from this corner of the world. Happy New Year too. Anyhow, to all you guys out there, don't be disappointed if your gifts aren't exactly what you wanted. Think about the people who cannot afford presents and many can't even afford meals. Count your blessings.

    Cheers
     
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    Thinking of getting a ham, someone told me that turkey is for Thanks Giving and ham is for Christmas.
     
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    Damn, it's almost that time of the year again:eek:!

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year everybody:)!
     
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    after wood_22_chuck asked, i went and did a search. it turned out that in many countries, turkey is the traditional christmas food.

    i think the US have ham is probably because by christmas time, most ppl are still very sick of the excessive amount of turkey they had during thanksgiving a month before. so they took out the ham instead. :)
     
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    Turkey here in UK is the tradtional festive meal, served with optional extras; Brussel sprouts, Yorkshire puddings, Peas, Carrots, Broccoli, Roast potatoes, Stuffing and all drowned in gravy. :p

    I walked past a well known American restaurant the other and looked at their special Christmas menu....Steak and Burgers :rolleyes:
     
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    It is because, I think,:

    ppl got too much turkey in thanksgiving and christmas(at home); 1+1= more than 2 . restaurant owner should know this very well....

    (ps I would rather have chinese food: oriental fried crispy noodles and shark fin soup )

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you.:D
     
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    can't believe christmas is this Saturday. so happy:D

    Wish U all Merry Christmas & Happy New Year.....
     
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    I have that song stuck in my mind now!!

    If you're going anywhere, travel safely, and have fun everyone!
     
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    Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year!

    May Your-Strings-Break only on your birthday! :rolleyes: :D :D :D

    Cheers from Break-My-String!
     
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    here in the US we don't do steak & burgers for Christmas, they are meant for everyday consumption instead of holidays feast... ;)
     
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    May I take this occasion to wish everybody a Merry X'mas and happy holidays. :D
     
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    it's call marketing.
     
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    I will certainly have a wonderful X'mas because of the special gift which I've got today.;) :) :D Best wishes for you, too.
     
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    Singapore wishes all our BF friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, especially all of you in 'wintry' Canada! :)
     

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