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posted by DoctorSpud
I wrote this short song, based upon "Santa Claus is Coming to Town". It has been effectively retitled "Santa Claus is bringing wewe down".
You're going to shout
You're going to cry
You're going to pout, and I'm telling wewe why
Sant Claus is bringing wewe down!
He knows when wewe are knocked out
He knows when you're in pain
He knows when to ngumi, punch au not
And his wallops will drive wewe insane, woah!
Sant Claus is bring wewe down!
Yeah, Santa Claus is bring wewe down!
Yeah, Santa Claus is bringing wewe DOWN!

I wrote this other, slightly longer song, based upon "Frosty the Snowman" and effectively retitled "Frosty...
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posted by shomill
Santa Kitty,
I’ve really been an awfully good cat,
And that
Is not an easy thing for me,
Santa Kitty,
So scurry down the chimney tonight.

Santa Kitty,
A ten-pound bag of cat food, too,
From you.
I’ve been an Angel all year,
Santa Kitty,
So scurry down the chimney tonight.

Think of all
The chakula I’ve missed.
Think of all the items on
My people’s grocery list.
They really have been
Mean to me.
It takes a lot of food
To feed a cat like me!

Santa Kitty,
Slip a maziwa bowl under the tree
For me.
I’ll stay up for you, dear
Santa Kitty,
So scurry down the chimney tonight.

Santa Kitty,
I need something to chase ’round...
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posted by hm94991
I found this funny little poem in a book called "Live and Learn and pass it on," kusoma it out of sheer bordom.

Here it is--
Stage one - When a boy belives in Santa Clause.

When a boy doesent belive in Santa Clause.

When a boy is Santa Clause.

When a boy looks like Santa Clause.

hmmm.......... This has to be longer so it can be an makala so here are the lyrics for "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas"

I want a hippopotamus for Christmas
Only a hippopotamus will do
Don't want a doll, no dinky Tinker Toy
I want a hippopotamus to play with and enjoy

I want a hippopotamus for Christmas...
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posted by katiemariie
I really enjoy the krisimasi season. I upendo the sinema that get played every year. I upendo the krisimasi muziki radio station. I upendo the lights. I upendo the snow. I upendo the togetherness. I upendo the Claymation. I upendo wrapping presents. I upendo unwrapping presents. I upendo making cards and presents for my Marafiki and my teachers. I upendo going to the mall and finding the perfect gift. I upendo going shopping with my friends. I upendo the classroom krisimasi parties that are against school rules. I upendo going to Petsmart with my mom to get stocking, pantyhose stuffers for my cats. I upendo waking up early on Christmas...
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Dear Santa, here's my krisimasi list.
I hope you'll bring it all.
I've only asked for gifts my parents
can't find at the mall.

I'd like to have a UFO,
with aliens inside,
and maybe a Tyrannosaurus Rex
that I could ride.

A ninety-nine foot robot
is a present I could use.
I'll also need a time machine,
and rocket-powered shoes.

Please bring a gentle genie
who will grant my every wish,
and don't forget a wizard's wand,
and, yes, a talking fish.

Of course, I'll need a unicorn,
and won't wewe please provide
a dragon, and a castle
in the English countryside.

Of course, the weight of all these things
might cause your sleigh to crash.
If that's the case, dear Santa,
please feel free to just bring cash.
posted by deedeeflower
Try this delicious Bundt cake topped with an machungwa, chungwa sugar glaze.

3 tablespoons vegetable shortening
2 1/2 cups finely chopped walnuts (split)
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
3/4 cup softened siagi
1 1/3 cups granulated sugar
3 large eggs
1 cup sour, wamekula cream au plain nonfat yogurt
1 ripe banana, mashed
2 tablespoons machungwa, chungwa liqueur (cointreau, triple sec)
Orange Sugar Glaze:
1 cup powdered sugar, shifted
2 tablespoons machungwa, chungwa juisi

Step kwa Step:

Thoroughly grease a 10 to 12-cup microwave-safe bundt pan with shortening; sprinkle with...
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posted by ChiliPepperLuv
krisimasi is a wonderful time of the year, all the presents, decorations, etc. Remember, though, krisimasi can also be hectic and stressful. Here's just a few tips on how to survive the krisimasi season.
1. Telling your mother that she has enough ornaments only gives her an excuse to buy more.
2. If wewe are dragged to a neighbor's house for a krisimasi party, don't drink the eggnog if wewe plan to stay sober. Don't be like my uncle. That "spicy, different taste" is called rum.
3. If your grandmother is cooking krisimasi dinner, and she has a terrible memory, don't count on her to take out the roast...
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posted by deedeeflower
I got this from the H & H Nursery newletter.

Fresh holiday greens such as wreaths and garlands have a definite life span, but with the following tips wewe can keep them looking good so wewe can enjoy their wonderful scent and beauty throughout the holiday season.

If wewe aren't hanging au mounting your greens right away, lay them outside on the ground (best side up) in a cool shady location until wewe are ready to use them. Try to avoid getting the greenery wet.

Sunlight, heat and wind are the worst enemies for holiday greenery, so keep that in mind when hanging them up. Outdoors, wreaths will...
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 Make my wish come true All I want for krisimasi is wewe ♥
Make my wish come true All I want for Christmas is you ♥
All I Want for krisimasi is You
Mariah Carey

I don't want a lot for Christmas
There is just one thing I need
I don't care about the presents
Underneath the krisimasi tree
I just want wewe for my own
More than wewe could ever know
Make my wish come true
All I want for krisimasi is you

I don't want a lot for Christmas
There is just one thing I need
And I don't care about the presents
Underneath the krisimasi tree

I don't need to hang my stocking
There upon the fireplace
Santa Claus won't make me happy
With a toy on krisimasi day

I just want wewe for my own
More than wewe could ever know
Make my wish come true
All I want...
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posted by KaterinoulaLove
Epiphany in Greece is known as Theofania au Fota. The first sanctification of the Epiphany (The Enlightenment) takes place in church on the eve of the holiday. Afterwards, the priest goes from house to house holding a kuvuka, msalaba and a basil branch. As he walks through each house, he uses the basil to sprinkle (bless) all the areas of the home.

An old custom in Crete , which is almost forgotten today, was the preparation of the fotokoliva (boiled wheat with peas) on the eve of Epiphany. The fotokoliva was eaten kwa the people, but they also fed it to their livestock, which was believed to insure good...
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 Is the word "Xmas" a result of the commercialization of Christmas?
Is the word "Xmas" a result of the commercialization of Christmas?
Every holiday season, newspapers, malls and televisheni commercials urge wewe to take advantage of "Xmas sales and specials." The word "Xmas" is easier to use in advertisements, and as a result, it's become associated with the commercialization of Christmas. But some Christians take offense to
the word "Xmas" and have called for the abolishment of this truncated version of the word "Christmas." So why is it so controversial, and where did it originate?

For some, Xmas is a dreaded four-letter word that reemerges every holiday season. The phrase is literally and symbolically distasteful, according...
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posted by KaterinoulaLove
Vasilopita is the Greek New Year's cake. Vasilopita is associated with Saint Basil's siku on January 1 in Greece.

On New Year's siku families cut the Vasilopita to bless the house and bring good luck for the new year.
It is traditional to bake a coin into the Vasilopita (St. Basil's cake). The one who receives the coin is considered to be especially blessed for the year. A piece of cake is sliced for each member of the family and any visitors present at the time. Slices are also cut for various other people au groups, depending on local and family tradition. They may include St. Basil and other...
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posted by Mallory101
Dominick the Donkey
Lou Monte

Hey! Chingedy ching,
(hee-haw, hee-haw)
It's Dominick the donkey.
Chingedy ching,
(hee-haw, hee-haw)
The Italian krisimasi donkey.
(la la la-la la-la la la la la)
(la la la-la la-la la-ee-oh-da)

Santa's got a little friend,
his name is Dominick.
The cutest little donkey,
you never see him kick.
When Santa visits his paisans,
with Dominick he'll be.
Because the reindeer cannot
climb the hills of Italy.

Hey! Chingedy ching,
(hee-haw, hee-haw)
It's Dominick the donkey.
Chingedy ching,
(hee-haw, hee-haw)
The Italian krisimasi donkey.
(la la la-la la-la la la la la)
(la la la-la la-la la-ee-oh-da)...
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posted by EclecticFan78
I'm sure wewe know that classic krisimasi story. The one about a man named Scrooge and that fatefull krisimasi Eve that changed his life. I must admit, looking out into the world, if the Ghosts of krisimasi Past, Present, and Yet To Come have found themselves, like so many, unemployed. I feel like we need them now zaidi than ever.

Every krisimasi it seems the same and it truely saddens me. I hear reports on the infamous "Black Friday" of people being run over as well as fighting to get that last discounted item. People loosing their patience altogether and taking it out on those who are just...
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posted by HannaK
For all the people who want a happy makala about Christmas, I'm sorry to let wewe down, and maybe I'm a little pessimistic but now I'm getting older this is how I think about Christmas:

Five years zamani (I was nine) I was sitting in my aunts car on krisimasi Eve, and we were talking about a tv onyesha in Holland called 'all wewe need is love'
I don't know if wewe know, au have the onyesha in America but the tv onyesha is about people who get unexpected visits from people that they love,and then, for one night, they can forget all their problems and enjoy Chrismas Eve together. I thought that it was a silly...
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posted by larryisa_styles

Hi my name is Maria Carrolline Jillian Ezabelle Devosti.
I decided to write this letter to Santa because i really want to receive this wish/present in Christmas. I hope wewe like it.

You can do the ff:
-you are free to maoni :)
-you can share the link to others that will appear in your URL.
-you can also make your own krisimasi wish

The ff. wewe should not do:
-no haters allowed
-do not copy the article

*The letter is consist of One Direction songs

>hope wewe like it< :)

My krisimasi Wish

Dear Santa au Saint Nick,
I just want ONE THING to receive this Christmas. I know this sounds ridiculous...
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posted by carenlee
Wreaths are one of the traditional decorative items that are most preferably used during the krisimasi celebrations. Everyone is planning for something innovative and unique when it comes to the decoration. Green wreaths with red ribbons au golden and silver tiny ornaments will always compliment the other decorations. Collecting few link ideas can help wewe decorate your nyumbani in an enchanting and ethnic manner.

How to make decorative and Eco Friendly krisimasi Wreaths?

Have wewe ever heard about eco friendly krisimasi wreaths? These wreaths can be made from reusable substances which probably...
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posted by carenlee
Rock muziki is deeply spiritual and it has profound mystical roots, krisimasi rock muziki is nothing but rock songs having krisimasi as the theme. link is the most listened to during krisimasi time and there is a wide variety of musicians who make krisimasi music, krisimasi rock muziki included.

There are traditional krisimasi songs that are deeply traditional, and they have been making krisimasi special since ages. These link have been re-mixed with the cliched rock-riffs and power chord progressions, this aspect of krisimasi Rock muziki is neither inclined to Rock muziki nor krisimasi Music, it...
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If wewe want to wish "Merry Christmas" to someone in Greece, then wewe should say: Kala Hristouyienna.

If wewe want to wish "Happy New mwaka " to someone in Greece, then wewe should say: Kali Hronia.

For "Happy New mwaka Day" in Greek wewe should say "Kali Protohronia".

If your friend is called Manolis au Hristos, his nameday is on December 25 (Christmas day). Wish him "Hronia Polla" (Many Happy Returns) for his nameday.

The same applies if your friend is called Vassilis, Yiannis au Fotis. Vassilis nameday is on January 1, Fotis' nameday is on January 6, Yiannis' nameday is on January 7.

During krisimasi holiday period, which lasts from December 24 until January 6, plus a couple of weeks past that, it is a custom in Greece to wish "Hronia Polla" to the people wewe meet. So, if wewe meet someone in the morning, the proper way to greet him au her is: Kalimera, Hronia Polla! (Good morning, Many Happy Returns).
posted by islandprincess
In Ukraine, the krisimasi holidays begin since 2nd of January. Prior to krisimasi in the Ukraine, people try to complete almost all important work. As usual, the hostess thoroughly cleans the house, covers the new tablecloth, tries to make new clothes before holiday. On January 4th Ukrainians prepare everything for the future festive krisimasi dinner. According to tradition, there should be 12 courses for Svyatvecher (Christmas). All they have to be lean.

Traditionally, 12 courses are prepared because it is believed that during the mwaka the mwezi run over the earth for 12 times. Therefore,...
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