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#1 13 years ago

True? True.

This ain't no add for questionable American alcoholic beverages however. PM me with subject 'tunes for the season', for decent 'tunes' (any genre almost) to pass the seasonal dross by.

Let me know the kind of stuff you are enjoying @ the moment & the kind of stuff you wish you had in the message. Simple!

Kerry Missmas!




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#2 13 years ago

Have you ever hear the charlie brown x-mas stuff? All of it? How about "O come emmanuel"? Thats not crap.




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#3 13 years ago
TheMirageHave you ever hear the charlie brown x-mas stuff? All of it? How about "O come emmanuel"? Thats not crap.

"O come emmanuel"? I don't watch those films never mind knowing what one of the songs of that film go like! :uhoh: ;) I am not questioning religious songs etc. if that is what you are refering to here. I am knocking the commercial 'seasonal-pop' music that is, arguably, almost entirely dire.




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#4 13 years ago

That I'll agree with. "o come emmanuel" has nothing to do with movies, btw.




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#5 13 years ago

Anyway if you any of you don't think 'rock' music is the work of the devil & can tell a good tune from your elbow & want something more worthy of a listen than Xmas pap & have email then what you waiting for? Worst thing can happen? You can only not like the tunes...




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#6 13 years ago

Christmas with the Smurfs. Can't beat it.




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#7 13 years ago

I fully agree. That is one of the sole reasons that I dread the coming of the winter/Christmas season each and every year, because I know that I am going to hear endless repetitions of the same damned songs, with the volcalists singing about the same subjects. That, coupled with the endless advertisements to and fro, keep me well to myself. :cort:




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#8 13 years ago

PM me with subject 'tunes for the season', for some decent 'tunes' to pass the season by & avoid the BS you will be bombarded by... unless you dig that BS in which case this is the wrong thread for you...unless you are open to trying something new this year? No? Ok then thanks for coming. Bye.




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#9 13 years ago

Can I please point and laugh at you all? Thanks. [color=red]* points and laughs at your all. [/color] Because Christmas is no longer profitable for me, I simply don't do it anymore. I see no reason to cater to companies when I get nothing out of it. Baffles me why anybody does, to be honest. What's the point in simply exchanging products worth roughly the same when you could just buy it yourself, assuming you even wanted it in the first place? Now, kids have the best deal of all; hundreds, if not thousands, of notes spent on them from various sources, and they barely have to spend £50 in return. It's like an annual pay day! I used to use Christmas to stock up on things I couldn't otherwise afford, like computer upgrades or a new TV set. But when you reach the end of Christmas' profitable life, you shouldn't pull an EA and drag out the cash cow and hope you get something out of it. Just tell all your friends and relatives this: "I won't buy anything for you, so you don't have to buy anything for me. If you do, that's your own tough luck, 'cause you aren't getting anything in return. You can use the money to buy something you really want, rather than hope I get you something remotely appealing. Or, you could just not spend money and have a healthy credit history instead." Then sit back, laugh at people spending hundreds of quid on decorations, and count your money. As I don't like most music on the radio anyway, I don't hear the same tunes over and over. And Christmas adverts make me laugh just as much as normal ones. So I'm completely unaffected.




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#10 13 years ago

Mr. MattCan I please point and laugh at you all? Thanks.

/me points and laughs at your all.

Because Christmas is no longer profitable for me, I simply don't do it anymore. I see no reason to cater to companies when I get nothing out of it. Baffles me why anybody does, to be honest. What's the point in simply exchanging products worth roughly the same when you could just buy it yourself, assuming you even wanted it in the first place?

Now, kids have the best deal of all; hundreds, if not thousands, of notes spent on them from various sources, and they barely have to spend £50 in return. It's like an annual pay day! I used to use Christmas to stock up on things I couldn't otherwise afford, like computer upgrades or a new TV set.

But when you reach the end of Christmas' profitable life, you shouldn't pull an EA and drag out the cash cow and hope you get something out of it. Just tell all your friends and relatives this: "I won't buy anything for you, so you don't have to buy anything for me. If you do, that's your own tough luck, 'cause you aren't getting anything in return. You can use the money to buy something you really want, rather than hope I get you something remotely appealing. Or, you could just not spend money and have a healthy credit history instead."

Then sit back, laugh at people spending hundreds of quid on decorations, and count your money.

Scrooooge! :fistpunch: I found him! The real life flesh & blood Scrooooge! :lolpoint: ;) /me points & laughs at Mr Scrooooooge As it often does your cold & inhumane logic holds true Matthew, the appostle of Jesus. Remember your Lord's coming this feast of birth. etc. etc. I took this exact same principle - but I come from a humongous family - gift exchange is organised for all, you feel out of the loop. Its sad that tribal insticts are being preyed upon to ensure the foolishness you highlight is perpetuated ad infinitum, without fail. Ho hum. :uhm:




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