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Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by Leehaa, Dec 15, 2008.

  1. Leehaa

    Leehaa Gigabyte Poster

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    Tis very cold on here today!

    Nice snowflakes though - am thinking that we all need to put on some festive hats and cheery things to warm up! :D

    No Ebenezers please!
     
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  2. AJ

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    Christmas Sonic :D:D:D

    Thanks for the decorations Si. Nice and festive :D
     
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  3. twizzle

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    Bah! Humbug!
     
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  4. tripwire45
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    19 degrees F outside right now (about 8:40 a.m.) and an inch of snow on my front lawn at home. The streets are covered in ice. :eek:
     
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  5. Leehaa

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    Excellent! :D

    Yas...cheers Si - they are a good choice!
     
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  6. Mof

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    Its feeling alot like christmas doooo be do do doooo:D
     
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  7. twizzle

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    Fek Christmas! Arse! costly time of year! Humbug!

    Turn down the heating and reduce global warming! use fake trees and dont cut down real ones!
     
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  8. hbroomhall

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    But the problem with fake trees is that they don't degrade as well as real ones....

    Harry (running away)
     
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  9. Fergal1982

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    I own zero (count them, zero!) christmas decorations. Go me for being green!

    I hate christmas. When I was a kid I loved it. Not so now. And only part of it has to do with my birthday. Bah!
     
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  10. tripwire45
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    Up with the Grinches. Yah team! :twisted:
     

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  11. Tyler D

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    Yay!!! Christmas decorations :D 9 days to go and counting.
     
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  12. Leehaa

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    Lol! :biggrin Can totally see your point Twiz...but...

    Forget the presents and expensive things - for a lot of people it's all about 'home' makes up part of the few days of the year when we can get together and spend QT with the family, friends...or whoever is special to ya (even if you are running around like a blue-ar$ed fly in the lead up).

    Could quite happily ditch the presents aspect and just do the decorations/meal/family thing!

    As for the tree - much healthier for the environment to get the tops of 'real' ones cut off!!

    As for the decorations - we don't buy electric ones, and we have a nice little collection, so they get recycled each year - no need to go out and get more!

    Must say though, I am into sending cards for those we don't see - like the traditional method as it shows we made an effort...and those can be extremely expensive...:dry gonna have to make them by hand next year!

    Also the religious aspect means a lot - though I'm not a full-blown church goer I do stop to think about the true meaning (yes - shock- horror, it's not actually the day that Christ was born, but it has become a day to remember that)!
     
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  13. greenbrucelee
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    go green, balls to that :D the biggest con since bottled water and hybrids cars
     
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  14. dales

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    Is he talking about premium membership!!!!! shame on you!

    I love christmas, but then I do have 2 daughters one of christmas age, so its very exciting in our household. (plus the booze cupboard is looking very rosey at the moment)!
     
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  15. Leehaa

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    Lol :D
     
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  16. greenbrucelee
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    I thought eco friendliness was the meaning. Premium membership is a good thing. eco b******s a bad thing.:D
     
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  17. nugget
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    What's wrong with bottled water??:twisted:


    You're just upset that your girlfriend won't buy you the new parts for a pc.:twisted:


    Fake ones don't look as good when they start burning from the candles placed on them.:twisted:
     
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  18. Mof

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    No,No and No and dont forget to buy a 50" Plasma to watch A Christmas Carol.
     
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  19. nugget
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    That's right, and don't forget about Little Lord Fauntleroy.
     
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  20. Mof

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    and Noel's Christmas presents, brings a lump to the throat everytime:cry:
     
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