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    Listening to Christmas songs outside of Christmas...

    Post by Ironic lettuce on 12/1/2016, 21:48

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    Post by Palma on 12/1/2016, 22:04

    I sometimes do this when things are not going well. Helps me to quote recentre quote
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    Post by adora on 12/1/2016, 22:13

    I really do love digestives though.

    No as a rule, occasionally when drunk and in a silly mood. One of my favourite memories is of me and my best friend from school getting drunk (this is after we'd left school and were of age of course!) at her house on a random, nothing special Tuesday night in May and deciding to put Elton's 'step into Christmas' on repeat and just dancing around her house to it. But generally I don't listen to them outside of December.
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    Post by Nina on 13/1/2016, 07:08

    Chocolate digestives!
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    Post by Dollyrocker on 13/1/2016, 13:43

    Fuck no, I don't e en listen to the at xmas time
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    Post by smartiecat on 13/1/2016, 17:49

    Nah, I don't actively listen to them anyway, only if I hear them when out and about. 

    More importantly, I'm not fussed about digestives. They are nice but there are better biscuits out there. Caramel ones for example.
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    Post by Fluff on 13/1/2016, 17:53

    Sort of. We have a bedtime song for Daisy the spaniel that is to the tune of 'I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day' so it gets sung all year round innocent
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    Post by Poggy on 13/1/2016, 20:09

    Fluff wrote:Sort of. We have a bedtime song for Daisy the spaniel that is to the tune of 'I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day' so it gets sung all year round innocent

    Oh - how sweet is this!
    Ya big softies!!

    Definitely don't like listening to Christmas songs after Christmas - it just feels wrong.
    The only exception might be East 17 - Stay another day, which was not actually a Christmas song, per se, and I really, really like it!! Troof Embarassed

    We do actively listen to them in the run up to Christmas. Mark has a playlist and that will be put on every night whilst washing up, from about 10 December!!
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    Post by Jennifer Yellow Hat on 15/1/2016, 18:44

    I have to pay Christmas songs, quite often in March, or later. It drives me mad. I don't usually have to listen to them, although sometimes I will need to check it is the song I think it is, but it still gets the bloody things in my head.

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