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merry christmas??

Started by: billy (26053) 

its happening fellow sufferers, the merry christmas and noel shops are gearing up for your coppers.i guess they are getting in there quick before some minority you know who objects.
MERRY TILL-MAS

Started: 9th Sep 2006 at 16:08

Posted by: dark horse (295) 

Flippin eck, talk about quick off the mark. eeh well its a prod fot start savin us pennies.

Replied: 9th Sep 2006 at 17:02

Posted by: disco_diva (inactive)

Cheer up Billy!
Come on try to get in the spirit of things.Put your tree up and your lights and buy a cd of carols because i bet it will not be long before Christmas is banned.In some towns you cant mention the word 'Christmas'. If Wigan council started with any funny games like that, i will be the first complaining.

Replied: 9th Sep 2006 at 18:49
Last edited by disco_diva: 10th Sep 2006 at 18:38:42

Posted by: ann442 (210)

Ibought my first xmas card today

Replied: 9th Sep 2006 at 22:02

Posted by: dave© (3507)

Ann, why bother buying christmas cards, most computer users have a printer, why not get some free open source software and print your own.

Replied: 9th Sep 2006 at 22:39

Posted by: brian (838)

I went to Botany Bay 2 weeks ago (August) and they had the whole top floor decked out with Christmas Decos! I did a u-turn.

Replied: 9th Sep 2006 at 22:57

Posted by: aitch (5487) 

I posted this when Brian was on about it a few weeks ago there was a radio programme from Radio Lancashire where big C was coming to open Botany Bay Christmas extravaganza on all the third floor, he arrived in a helicopeter, excuse my french ,was whisked off in a sleigh where he was introduced to a lot of school kids wherby Christmas was officially declared upon us. This was some time in August you can probably find the thread if you want, For myself im scanning the airwaves for the first Easter Promotion, cant be too far off

Replied: 9th Sep 2006 at 23:37

Posted by: dave© (3507)

Wise counsel generally accepts the birth of christ at around August, September or October, not the twenty fifth of December. have the shops got it right or wrong.

Replied: 9th Sep 2006 at 23:57
Last edited by dave©: 9th Sep 2006 at 23:57:58

Posted by: billy (26053) 

dont know davey, but the shop keepers have a birthday this time every year.

Replied: 10th Sep 2006 at 16:07

 

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