milli milli Registered User
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Welcome to the happiest thread on Boards, where it's Christmas all year round!!

Post pictures of Christmas, stories, YouTube clips, recipes, anything about Christmas.
Or if you see/or do anything Christmassy, post in here.

This Thread has become like a tradition, where Christmas lovers can think and talk about their favourite season, all year long.

And it doesn't take long for the weeks and months to fly by and all of a sudden it's Christmastime again!

Happy 'Christmas Out of Season' everyone!

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washiskin Registered User
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Bless your cotton Christmas Stockings, Milli!

I bought 4 packs of Christmas Cards in HS&M for 25c a pack last week. They still had a few things knocking about going for a song.

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#3

Ha, because I was so sick before/over/after Christmas, I only got to catch up with one of my close friends today.
It was her birthday before Christmas too, so we sat in Starbucks this afternoon exchanging presents!!
Decided it was a fab idea to be able to have Christmas presents in Feb as it was great fun (not necessarily doing it next year haha) so it was definitely an 'out of season' moment

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#4

That's why I love this forum. Christmas every day to what ever degree you want it.

I know it's not a great post OP but I love the closing credits from Die Hard with this song: it's real Christmassy -

http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=NttVyYTXZRU&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DNttVyYTXZRU&gl=GB

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Posy Warm and cosy
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I haven't met one of my friends yet since early December so still have her Christmas present in my room, in a lovely festive bag.
It will probably be mid February before we meet for 'Christmas II.'

Christmas presents in spring, woo! \o/

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funnights74 Registered User
#6

Just bought new garlands/lights online earlier, bit by bit through the year should be well sorted by Christmas.

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Loughc Moderator
#7

Yay!! The out of season thread is back!!! :-D

I love this thread! Tesco Coolock are still selling some Christmas stock off! :-)

Good to have this thread back!

Ah_Yeah Registered User
#8

My Mum lives in Australia, and she was away in Brisbane for the Christmas period,so Im sending her Xmas pressies to her now so she can have a cheer up

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Loughc Moderator
#9

With all the snow we're having at the moment it feels like it's Christmas out of season!

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

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Tipsy McSwagger Registered User
#10

Looking at the snow I can't help thinking where were you 6 weeks ago

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Loughc Moderator
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Tipsy McSwagger said:
Looking at the snow I can't help thinking where were you 6 weeks ago



Agreed! Thought that this morning also, it would have been perfect weather for Christmas, but alas we must remember 2009 when the roads were covered in snow and ice and it made traveling a nightmare, so at least everyone could get to where they needed to be last Christmas.

Although saying that I still would have LOVED snow on Christmas day!

#12

Morning all! Terrible disappointment here today for The Drama Queen when school wasn't closed due to snow, will have to have hot chocolate and marshmallows to ease the pain
I'd give my right arm right now for a turkey, stuffing, ham, cranberry and mayo sandwich! If anyone has anything like that floating around their kitchen, ye know where to find me!

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Loughc Moderator
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Mayo Gurl said:

I'd give my right arm right now for a turkey, stuffing, ham, cranberry and mayo sandwich! If anyone has anything like that floating around their kitchen, ye know where to find me!


OMG! My stomach is rumbling at the thought of that sandwich, now I really want one! Must get turkey and ham....

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#14

Bit like Ross Geller and his Moist Maker!! The gravy in it wouldn't do much for me though.....

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Mayo Gurl said:
Bit like Ross Geller and his Moist Maker!! The gravy in it wouldn't do much for me though.....



Every year I threaten to make that sandwich and every year I chicken out! This year for sure! haha!

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