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  • #16
    Favorite activity has to be chasing Mrs. Clause around the Kitchen table.
    Now if I could just catch her.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Rooster1908 View Post
      Favorite activity has to be chasing Mrs. Clause around the Kitchen table.
      Now if I could just catch her.
      Drop the turkey baster and she might slow down!
      FVCK CANCER

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      • #18
        Originally posted by mightyrooster View Post

        Yes we sure have. It became a Christmas ritual of ours to go in search of Christmas lights in the lead up to Christmas Day. The kids loved it and there were a few special favourites which raised money for a great cause.
        There were some awesome ones around Fadden and there’s two opposite each other on the road into Oxley off Erindale drive that try to out do each other every year. Crazy part is, they are exactly the same every year but they look awesome!
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        • #19
          Originally posted by rented tracksuit View Post

          There were some awesome ones around Fadden and there’s two opposite each other on the road into Oxley off Erindale drive that try to out do each other every year. Crazy part is, they are exactly the same every year but they look awesome!
          We want photos
          We used to have empires run by emperors. Then we had kingdoms run by kings.
          Now we have countries run by ………

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Andrew Walker View Post

            We want photos
            Oh Andy, it’s Xmas. There’s literally lights on every street!
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            • #21
              Originally posted by rented tracksuit View Post

              Oh Andy, it’s Xmas. There’s literally lights on every street!
              Oh RT so far there are none on mine I will have to get Mrs Walker to hang ours up on the balcony tomorrow Then everyone will have to keep up with the Walkers
              We used to have empires run by emperors. Then we had kingdoms run by kings.
              Now we have countries run by ………

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              • #22
                Originally posted by rented tracksuit View Post

                Drop the turkey baster and she might slow down!
                There used to be an amazing one in Kambah but they stopped it a few years back. Santa would pop n for the kids. There’s also one in Gowrie, which is fantastic. The owners sell homemade Rocky Road and other treats.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by mightyrooster View Post

                  There used to be an amazing one in Kambah but they stopped it a few years back. Santa would pop n for the kids. There’s also one in Gowrie, which is fantastic. The owners sell homemade Rocky Road and other treats.
                  I think the Gowrie one is down on Coningham st isn’t it?
                  I think they had some council trouble a few years back as well..
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by rented tracksuit View Post

                    I think the Gowrie one is down on Coningham st isn’t it?
                    I think they had some council trouble a few years back as well..
                    I think it’s Middleton St but there’s a few near by it.

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                    • #25
                      I should bring some limoncello down to Tuggers and enjoy the lights. Always love a good buffet at the Burns Club.

                      My favourite house up northside is one in Fraser. There's a family that does a massive village with model steam trains buzzing around and the like (side note it's around the corner from where I used to live during the latter part of my first marriage so it's kinda cool to have been able to re-write that street/area as being the place with the cool x-mas lights instead of other stuff).

                      Good tidings to you all. It's 4:15pm and I'm buggering off to drink some x-mas limoncello as it's Friday!

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by ism22 View Post
                        I should bring some limoncello down to Tuggers and enjoy the lights. Always love a good buffet at the Burns Club.

                        My favourite house up northside is one in Fraser. There's a family that does a massive village with model steam trains buzzing around and the like (side note it's around the corner from where I used to live during the latter part of my first marriage so it's kinda cool to have been able to re-write that street/area as being the place with the cool x-mas lights instead of other stuff).

                        Good tidings to you all. It's 4:15pm and I'm buggering off to drink some x-mas limoncello as it's Friday!
                        Star Buffet. Always a favourite!
                        FVCK CANCER

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                        • #27
                          https://youtu.be/OnJ8jsw4BSo?si=rmA_6RMqEWdfMqa2

                          Aussie Jingle bells

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                          • #28
                            https://youtu.be/9G4HbIBA764?si=m3DUegVVCoSwCWir

                            Deck the sheds with bits of wattle


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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by mightyrooster View Post

                              There used to be an amazing one in Kambah but they stopped it a few years back. Santa would pop n for the kids. There’s also one in Gowrie, which is fantastic. The owners sell homemade Rocky Road and other treats.
                              When i worked at Franklins many many years ago, a lovely lady there used to make home made rocky road for the staff for Christmas but for some reason i would always get extra, it was the best rocky road i have ever tasted, no fancy tricks, just good old fashioned rocky road, i miss little traditions like that now, they were special and meant something.

                              Bloody hell today at work, before our shop was opened Santa was wandering through the centre ringing a bell at 8.30 am . I took my IPOD into work today , the first time in ages and after about an hour of nice music from it suddenly a choir pops up virtually outside the front door of the shop singing carols, i turned my IPOD up louder but i couldn't drown out the incessant warbling of Frosty the Snowman, The Little Drummer Boy and Joy to the World amongst others, i just gave up and turned off my music, bah humbug.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Big Dog View Post
                                That gets a run every Christmas morning at our house.

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