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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-24-2019, 03:50 PM
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I just stopped by to give you a bit of tongue in cheek ribbing for that "Season's Greetings" crap b/c in my house we say Merry Christmas and if your delicate butt is hurt or you don't like it you can get the h3ll out .

But I see you changed that in your post, so I won't

Merry Christmas! Happy, prosperous and safe New Year everybody!
I find that OFFENCESIVE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Merry Christmas to all!


I hope all of us have a wonderful time with family & friends.
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Merry Christmas to all!

I hope all of us have a wonderful time with family & friends.
We did, hope everyone else did as well. Most of the kids are grown so we old folks have a put luck style lunch, always with more food than we collectively can eat. That way no one has the bulk of the work or clean up to do. It was nice and relaxed, no one was in a hurry and we had some wonderful varied conversations. Wife wants to have, of all things, a Yahtzee challenge so I gots me some vodka and cranberry at the ready.

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