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Back when I was a kid watching krisimasi specials on TV, Mrs. Claus was invariably portrayed as a sweet but dowdy older woman of slightly plump stature. She could cook a mean pie and reminded wewe of your Grandma. Of course, we loved her and so did Santa.

But did wewe ever wonder what Mrs. Claus might have looked like when she was younger? I mean, I assume she must've be smokin' (natch).

So why is it that so many of the classic holiday programs onyesha us a Santa Claus surrounded kwa androgynous little elves and a matronly Mrs. Claus? I mean, it's cold up at the North Pole. Surely Santa isn't adverse...
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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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hujambo guys so this is just some fun lil humor! i found this joke and thought it was cute! i think the women and especially the wives will agree!


After being away on business for a week before Christmas, Tom thought it would be nice to bring his wife a little gift.


"How about some perfume?" he asked the cosmetics clerk. She showed him a bottle costing $50.

"That's a bit much," alisema Tom, so she returned with a smaller bottle for $30.

"Thats still quite a bit," Tom groused.

Growing disgusted, the clerk brought out a tiny $15 bottle.

Tom grew agitated, "What I mean," he said, "is I'd like to see something real cheap."

So the clerk handed him a mirror.
posted by the_bunkster
Hi everyone!

I just wanted to say Merry Cristmas to all of wewe fanpoppers out there.

If wewe believe in god au wewe don't, it is always a special siku for families and Marafiki to onyesha how they really feel about one another, either this being chakula fights, real fights au praying for the less fortunate, spend it as a way that is special to you.

Living in Australia, i have always had sweaty, hot christmas'. krisimasi morning spent with my mum and in the afternoon, it is spent with my dad. This is all that i have basically known, i am just grateful that i get to spend one of my most favourite days of the mwaka with my whole family.

But remember that krisimasi is not just about the presents au the food, although it is the best part lol, it is about family, Marafiki and santa.

So spread the joy and upendo that this season brings, spread it to everyone that wewe know and maybe even to those that wewe don't. Have a great krisimasi :)
posted by Mallory101
NOTE:I know this isn't exactaly Christmas...but still it's like yeah...You get my point. AND this isn't ment to offend anyone.


Intro: Ok, this a, this is a song, that uh, theres alot of krisimasi songs out there, and uh, not
too many Hanukkah songs, so I wrote a song for all those nice little Jewish
kids who dont get to hear any Hanukkah songs--here we go...

Put on your yarmulka, here comes Hanukkah
Its so much fun-akkah to celebrate Hanukkah,

Hanukkah is the Festival of Lights,
Instead of one siku of presents, we have eight crazy nights.

But when you're the only kid in town without a Christmas...
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(12/04/08 Update: I'm currently cleaning up the dead viungo in this article. wewe can also
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Ahh Christmas. The tree, the stockings, the mistletoe and - of course - the holiday televisheni programming.

Some of my fondest krisimasi memories were spent in front a of televisheni watching such classics as the animated Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer au one of the myriad versions of Dickens' 'A krisimasi Carol'.

So without further ado, I am presenting wewe with my big, big orodha of holiday specials. I've tried to categorize the orodha into subsections to make it a little zaidi bearable and consumable. The...
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posted by vider69
I've always preferred the term krisimasi in opposed to Xmas, it looks better when it's written in cards au a part of krisimasi decorations, and what's an Xmas anyway? I know that it's some type of abbreviation for the word krisimasi but it doesn't look right and it sounds worse if wewe try saying it, krisimasi has become so commercialized over the years it seems as though many of us have Lost our krisimasi cheer and the meaning of krisimasi isn't what it used to be, however this is my first krisimasi on fanpop and it's great to have a spot dedicated to this festive season, I am the youngest...
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posted by vikaspintu
Santa clause is a funny fatty guy. Who distribute gifts to childrens on christmas. I think he is fatty because he always eat chokoleti and junk, taka foods throughout the year. He looks funny. He always make childrens happy. I like him soooo.....much. MERRY krisimasi SANTASanta clause is a funny fatty guy. Who distribute gifts to childrens on christmas. I think he is fatty because he always eat chokoleti and junk, taka foods throughout the year. He looks funny. He always make childrens happy. I like him soooo.....much. MERRY krisimasi SANTA
posted by deedragongirl
 Yummy!
Yummy!
Hi guys, since krisimasi will be coming here, I will be uandishi down some of my favourite krisimasi songs may it be Carols, from krisimasi films au from other artists who performed famous krisimasi carols.

As Long As There's Christmas

This song is taken from Disney's midquel, Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas. Belle sang this while decorating the mti and it was sung kwa Peabo Bryson and Roberta Flack, I absolutely adore the lyrics because it's very symbolic especially about krisimasi day!

The First Noel

The tune is very pleasant to listen to and it tells us about the 3 Wise Men receiving...
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posted by _cloudwatcher
I really think krisimasi is a magic time of the year! Even though I am starting to grow up (I am sixteen), I always become a little child again when krisimasi is near, and go playing in the snow, waiting for Santa (Dad) with my little,and big, cousin, baking, meeting near and dear and just enjoy the moment and life.
I mean, do wewe really do that in the same way any other time of the year? Because I dont think so...
And the krisimasi music- wonderful! :)
I think people in general becomes nicer when Christmas, and for a season to have the power to make people nicer- that I call pure magic!!! :D
wewe Will Need ☃️

Bag of marshmallows (large)
Bag of marshmallows (small)
cocktail sticks/tooth picks
Liquorice strips any flavour
chakula colouring for piping
Edible piping glue
Pkt matunda pastels

Method

Skew together two large marshmallows for head and body au one large for body and one small for the head with cocktail sticks.Skew the arms in the same way then add to the body.

Pipe on face with chakula colouring.
Glue on liquorice strip for a scarf.
Glue on matunda pastel for the hat.

Leave to set.

wewe can give him a Candy cane if wewe wish ☃️
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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Not a shabiki of your traditional krisimasi music? Here's a orodha of hard krisimasi songs from all over the metal spectrum! If wewe have any zaidi suggestions feel free to drop them in the comments.

Within Temptation's Gothic Christmas

Ben Kweller's It Ain't krisimasi Yet

Material Issue's Merry Christmas

Lacuna Coil's Naughty Christmas

Amarna Reign's Black Christmas

Hedegaard's Scary Christmas

Trans Siberian Orchestra's Carol Of The Bells

August Burns Red's Carol Of The Bells

I Declare War's Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer

Hope For Tomorrow's A Very Metalcore Christmas

Hollywood Undead's krisimasi In Hollywood...
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 Would wewe pick this over something else?
Would you pick this over something else?
Last edited on 20 December 2007.

While not necessarily limited to the krisimasi holiday, White tembo Gift Exchanges are maarufu at this time of mwaka for clubs, associations, small groups, churches and offices around the United States. It is often a zaidi affordable (and, possibly, fun) alternative to buying presents for everyone in the group. But what is a White tembo Gift Exchange?

The history
The story - almost certainly apocryphal - goes like this: in pre-colonial India, the rajahs would give gifts to their vassals as tokens of their esteem. Chief among these was the elephant. The elephant...
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posted by deedeeflower
kwa this time of year, many people are running out of gift ideas. Well, if wewe have a gardener (or a potential gardener) among your Marafiki and family, we have a few ideas for you!

You can always buy a plant for your gardener. But that's too easy--let's be a little zaidi creative.

If wewe know a fellow gardener who would like chakula plants but just can't resist those beautiful flowers and decorative plants, plan a decorative chakula garden for them! Many vegetables and herbs have lovely flowers au foliage. Ornamental kale, for instance, is often grown simply as an ornamental but it is both pretty and...
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posted by deedragongirl
 Quite a pleasant tune to listen to.
Quite a pleasant tune to listen to.
Since I had done with my favourite krisimasi films, now it's the famous Oratorios composed kwa famous classical composers.

1) The Messiah kwa George Frederick Handel

This oratorio premiered in Dublin, Ireland and it's the first oratorio to be performed in English. Which was unusual at that time.

2) Alexander's Feast kwa George Frederick Handel

Although this oratorio is link to Alexander the Great, it's muziki sounds very krisimasi oriented and it is highly recommend for both krisimasi and Handel mashabiki alike!

3) St. John's Passion kwa Johann Sebastian Bach

It's dramatic muziki will not only celebrate...
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posted by ChuckyLover1
Santa Claus, also known as Saint Nicholas, Father krisimasi and simply "Santa", is a figure with legendary, mythical, historical and folkloric origins who, in many western cultures, is alisema to bring gifts to the homes of the good children during the late evening and overnight hours of krisimasi Eve, December 24. The modern figure was derived from the Dutch figure of Sinterklaas, which, in turn, may have part of its basis in hagiographical tales concerning the historical figure of gift giver Saint Nicholas. A nearly identical story is attributed kwa Greek and Byzantine folklore to Basil of Caesarea....
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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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posted by Mallory101
O krisimasi tree, O krisimasi tree!
How are thy leaves so verdant!
O krisimasi tree, O krisimasi tree,
How are thy leaves so verdant!

Not only in the summertime,
But even in winter is thy prime.
O krisimasi tree, O krisimasi tree,
How are thy leaves so verdant!

O krisimasi tree, O krisimasi tree,
Much pleasure doth thou bring me!
O krisimasi tree, O krisimasi tree,
Much pleasure doth thou bring me!

For every mwaka the krisimasi tree,
Brings to us all both joy and glee.
O krisimasi tree, O krisimasi tree,
Much pleasure doth thou bring me!

O krisimasi tree, O krisimasi tree,
Thy candles shine out brightly!
O krisimasi tree, O krisimasi tree,
Thy candles shine out brightly!

Each bough doth hold its tiny light,
That makes each toy to sparkle bright.
O krisimasi tree, O krisimasi tree,
Thy candles shine out brightly!
Another Holiday season is upon us and wewe know what that means: break out the egg nog, light up the tree, put up the stockings, take out a sekunde mortgage for the credit card bill and moto up The Carpenter's krisimasi album (turn it up to 11, will you?).

It also means it's time for another orodha of krisimasi video goodies.

So kick back and get ready to enjoy another batch of holiday fun. Oh, and in case wewe missed last year's orodha be sure to check out link

So without further ado...

The Essentials
I'm reposting these from last year's orodha because these are the items most people want to see....
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