You're on the West Coast, aren't you? Or at least in Pacific Time Zone somewhere.
Eastern Time Zone here - America's Heartland - Crossroads of America. 1:24 PM Dec. 24. Wow, if someone from Chicago posted right now it would be 12:24 on 12/24!
I do not believe the lack of response.
This is time sensitive people!
I mean a 10,000 entry HP “diary” would be awesome. Who would not want to do that?
Pat, pat, pat, pat... It's okay.... it's okay.... it's okay....
Maybe all the Hubbers who actually celebrate Christmas Eve and Christmas are currently in their celebrations. Or maybe they have already posted greetings in other threads.
I love this idea, and I hope it flies - flies around the world! But you never know.
1.30 AM- Bangladesh, 25 December.
Christmas Eve or will it be counted as Christmas?
And one more question, how many entry allowed by one person?
Idaho, USA. 12:43 PM, Christmas eve.
Going out to get bananas for my annual rotten egg pie.
I want the diary.
I want the log.
I want the documentation.
I want the history.
I want it all.
Noon Christmas Eve in California- just finished making the potato salad, now on to the pumpkin pie.
Australia is in the continent of Australia and the two others are in Asia
LOL. you posted the thread when it was like 2 am here . Philippines checking in. It's 9:35 am here, Christmas day .
OH for f**** sake !! OK THEN - it is 8:54 here in China - now stop nagging !
A long, long time a go...
It was right, and then not.
And then no one care today...
That is an awfully astounding column you've posted.Thanks a lot for that a fantastically amazing post!http://www.jerseysonline.co
Hey don't give up paradigmsearch!
I promised myself I wouldn't check into Hubpages today but then here I am - just taking a peak at my figures (LOADS of down arrows - sigh) and then the forums.
I'm in Vietnam and its 1125 Christmas Day. Totally weird here cause EVERYTHING is open so I've been out for coffee and I'm going to shop - just cause I can. Next year I plan to be downunder again where just about everything will be closed for Christmas Day.
OK that's my story. Out to shop in a mo!
Edit: MERRY CHRISTMAS all - had to put it in caps so you'd all hear it
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