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lmaooo at cencoring of *****cat dolls HAHAH

are u trying to be dirty MC?
 

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Oh, also. I beg that no one turns this into a fight/conspiracy/propaganda thread.

Please.
Santa is part of a peodophile ring and likes hanging out wit little kids, :p
 

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Bucko and Chump or something
Dashing through the bush
In a rusty Holden Ute
Kicking up the dust
Esky in the boot
Kelpie by my side
Singing Christmas songs
It's summer time and I am in
My singlet, shorts & thongs

CHORUS:
OH, JINGLE BELLS, JINGLE BELLS
JINGLE ALL THE WAY
CHRISTMAS IN AUSTRALIA
ON A SCORCHING SUMMER'S DAY
JINGLE BELLS, JINGLE BELLS
CHRISTMAS TIME IS BEAUT
OH WHAT FUN IT IS TO RIDE
IN A RUSTY HOLDEN UTE

Engine's getting hot
Dodge the kangaroos
Swaggy climbs aboard
He is welcome too
All the family is there
Sitting by the pool
Christmas day, the Aussie way
By the barbecue!

CHORUS

Come the afternoon
Grandpa has a doze
The kids and uncle Bruce
Are swimming in their clothes
The time comes round to go
We take a family snap
Then pack the car and all shoot through
Before the washing up

CHORUS
 

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When I was little I lived on a farm, and I can remember asking why the dogs (tied up near the house) didn't bark when Santa came. :whacky:

One of my older brothers quickly replied that Santa threw a special sort of salt in their eyes and they couldn't see him, and I just happily accepted that explanation. (I was a kid - so please ignore the concept that salt in the eyes would hurt like hell.)

Every two years my mother's side of the family meets up in the country for a huge lunch on Christmas day. This year is one of those years, although a few rellies wont be there this year. That tradition is slowly dying out. I'll be there, as will my oldest brother. My other brother, his wife and four kids have made other plans - I wont get to see 'my' kids. :(

I'm Catholic (although more of a C & E these days - Christmas and Easter for the uninitiated). We'll go to Mass on Christmas Eve. Mum is Uniting Church, so Dad will also go with her to Church first thing Christmas day. He'll then joke about having done his duty twice over. (I'll be sleeping in.)

Meeting up with the family means a lot to me, because we are scattered from the Central West of NSW to Sydney, Wollongong, Byron Bay and Melbourne.

I love Christmas carols (but can't sing for the life of me). I also love giving my niece and nephews presents - but buying for them is soooo stressful!

I think Christmas means the most to me when I am home with my parents. :o :grinning:

... slightly long post!
 

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Family is very important when it comes to Chrissy, espeacially if you havn,t seen them for a while, its better than the presents.
 

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Dashing through the bush
In a rusty Holden Ute
Kicking up the dust
Esky in the boot
Kelpie by my side
Singing Christmas songs
It's summer time and I am in
My singlet, shorts & thongs

CHORUS:
OH, JINGLE BELLS, JINGLE BELLS
JINGLE ALL THE WAY
CHRISTMAS IN AUSTRALIA
ON A SCORCHING SUMMER'S DAY
JINGLE BELLS, JINGLE BELLS
CHRISTMAS TIME IS BEAUT
OH WHAT FUN IT IS TO RIDE
IN A RUSTY HOLDEN UTE

Engine's getting hot
Dodge the kangaroos
Swaggy climbs aboard
He is welcome too
All the family is there
Sitting by the pool
Christmas day, the Aussie way
By the barbecue!

CHORUS

Come the afternoon
Grandpa has a doze
The kids and uncle Bruce
Are swimming in their clothes
The time comes round to go
We take a family snap
Then pack the car and all shoot through
Before the washing up

CHORUS
FARK OATH!

Hearing stuff like that often makes me want to chuck on my dads wife beater and king gees and go have some Vbs on the top of the tip top container in the bush of Young...and burn horse crap like we used to as kids rofl

Aussie pride :p
 

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Family is very important when it comes to Chrissy, espeacially if you havn,t seen them for a while, its better than the presents.
Yeah exactly.



Although, admittedly there are a couple of rellies I wouldn't miss seeing!!! Unfortunately, they'll be there! :D
 

-Kurry-

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Yeah exactly.



Although, admittedly there are a couple of rellies I wouldn't miss seeing!!! Unfortunately, they'll be there! :D
lol tell me about it

I LOVE seeing my family...but i have one uncle...damn wog will ALWAYS sit and watch soccer or SBS all day rofl...he will literally walk in and change the channel on me without asking.

One day the snap kick shall come....
 
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my family has sort of fallen apart, apart from giving my kids presents, i couldnt give a fcuk about christmas tbh,
 
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