What do you think of Christmas in the modern day?

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Postby The Dark One » Tue Dec 16, 2003 3:28 pm

oh i see

still a great time i bet :P

regards :D
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Postby depman » Tue Dec 16, 2003 5:53 pm

Paper chains you just reminded me I was supposed to get some today
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Postby The Dark One » Tue Dec 16, 2003 6:16 pm

hehehe

well if you are making them yourself with that paper that tastes yuk

make sure you have a little bit of crimbo plonk to wash the taste away

well................it sounded like a good excuse to me lol :P

Right where is that paper?? :lol:
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Postby saz » Tue Dec 16, 2003 8:41 pm

Its ok depman it was a hormonal rambling the other night feeling sorry for myself over past christmas's. Other people's christmas's sound lovely though it is so nice to hear them.

What gets me is when other people tell you about their christmas (not you lot hehe other people) and all they go on about is their presents and their money. Most of my friends and extended family are like this and at work the girls have a competition over how much they spend on their kids. One girl has spent hundreds on hers, and makes me feel bad for only spending a little bit. But then my gifts to my family are really meaningful even if they didn't cost a lot.

People here really seem to appreciate christmas without presents and that is the way it should be. All i want to do is have a nice day with my family.

In the shops i find it hard to buy decent presents for £10 or under that aren't bath salts. The shops are filled with rubbish or over priced electrical items (£200 for a mobile phone that will be about £50 in 6 months!)
Doesn't really matter what the eye is seeing
cos i'm in love with the inner being
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