No, I don't celebrate much either. I'm just glad to have the time off work. I used to have about 20 people round on Christmas Eve. We'd have Christmas Dinner, open presents, then party till the early hours ... then they'd all go home and leave me with a huge mess to clean up. Much better since I don't do that anymore.
Merry Christmas, Camlo. I will be heading out very shortly to spend Christmas Eve with my huge family of Aunts, Uncles and cousins. We've gotten so big, we've finally started renting a facility so that no one had a house quite big enough and no one is left with a messy house.
Hi, it's Christmas eve, well evening!, two more hours nearly to go before Christmas morning, and hey ho, my TVs packed up! well, not the TV itself, just the reception! gone all fuzzy! typical! ha ha Everybody have a great Christmas Day!
Lots of people hate holidays, I do sometimes, but right now I feel like making a big to-do about it just because that'll give me a good excuse to eat! hey, did I have lunch yet? hmmmmmmmmmmmm. . . be back after I look through the fridge to see what I ate!
Although it's gone midnight here, someone's in my kitchen about to serve roast duck. I already received my main present at the beginning of December - a new watch, which I'm wearing on my latest videos, if anyone wants to see. It's very big and flashy in black and bronze - I was fed up of silver all the time.
Edit: It wasn't duck at all; it's turkey. Duck is tomorrow (later).
Dr. Who? You mean the one with the Tardis? Being here in Germany for most of the time, I don't get much opportunity to see it, and I miss it. At work, on one of our ships, there's a cake vitrine that looks like the Tardis, except it has windows so people can see the cake inside, of course. I told somebody about this once, and they looked at me as though I'd gone completely mad.
Merry Christmas everyone.This week's hubnugget hub is up and running. Come on over and read and vote, vote, vote.Mrs. Claus and her little helpers are full of wishes for each and every one of you.Congrats to all the...
Since most of us in this part of the southern hemisphere have a future time difference ahead of the US, UK and Europe (which means it will be still Christmas Eve for you when it is Christmas day for us).Let me just say...