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Probably retire last years Christmas presents and replace them with this years, SOCKS.
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Darran@Retro Gamer wrote:
Basically what are you planning to do Christmas Day?
Play games on my fantastic new GX4000. I'll be getting Pang, Switchblade and Navy Seals. It's gonna be great and I feel sure that with all the fantastic games lined up the consoles future will be rosy.
It is 1990 still isn't it?
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Probably spending a day in the cells again after I get caught trying to sneak down people's chimneys while dressed as Santa Claus! I tend to get a bit over excited at Christmas, no matter how many of those special pills they give me!
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smiling like a Joker-gas victim, pretending that I'm happy to be with the rest of my family and praying baby jesus that the next morning will be that of january the 7th already.
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Absolutely nothing. Don't get much time off work so i'm putting my feet up. Have a good one!
"You're all going to die." MK3 promo posters
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1. Watch some made-for-TV movie with the Muppets then wonder why.
2. Argue with family members about who ate all the green triangles from the Quality Street.
3. Set fire to the Christmas Pud prior to burning the roof of my mouth.
4. Go to bed.
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Will settle down and view It's a wonderful life and try and watch my LOTR box set (again!)
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i shall be visiting my parent's house, meaning that i'll be wearing boy's clothes for several days, and drinking lots of gin with my dad, who has no idea about my desire to wear pretty frocks :p x
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Christmas day is a great excuse to see my Gran play the Wii.
she would kick ass im sure.
G Is for Grue, Likely to eat you.
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Pretend it doesn't exist, or failing that end up full of food and watching the Doctor Who special...
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I'll be waiting for Santa to empty his sack down my chimney.
"It is far easier to apologise afterwards than to obtain permission." - Felix Dennis
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I'm not sure exactly where I'll be spending Christmas because I'm in the process of moving house, which I hope will be all done by then, but either way I'll be spending it with my lovely boyfriend and hopefully get some of the wonderful pressies from inside Santa's sack
Having an argument is like racing in the special olympics. Even if you win, you're still retarded!
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Having all the Christmas decorations start to pop up in the stores before Halloween this year has inspired our family to opt for a "non-commercial" Christmas. We're going to exchange hand-made gifts, and we've requested that friends and relatives who feel compelled to do something more give donations to the Humane Society or WWF. We'll do all the usual family visits and feasting, of course, but otherwise we'll be playing with the toys we have, rather than unwrapping new ones...
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Nice sentiment, but I love the commerciality of Christmas.
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