Seasons Greetings
Malcolm
Posted 2017-12-22 10:40 AM (#92086)
Subject: Seasons Greetings


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To forum chums old and new may I wish you all the very best for Christmas and the New Year.

I haven't been around the forum much recently, but I still drop in to see what you're all up to.
It seems a bit quiet these days, it used to be a lot of fun a few years ago. But hey, life dances on.

I hope you all enjoy the forthcoming season of goodwill to all men - more so than the impending tragedy that lurks for turkeys everywhere...
If you're in Russia you will no doubt be girding your loins and filling your fridges for the never-ending double Christmas, double New Year holiday that we all love - or hate depending on whether you're up to your ears in relatives you'd rather were in Siberia.
If you're in Blighty you'll be looking forward to a couple of days of stuffing your faces and a couple more of unstuffing your wallets at the never-ending sales before staggering back to whatever you were doing before Santa dropped his load down your chimney.

So a Merry Christmas and a s'novim godom to you all.

Malcolm and Anya
YZF-R1
Posted 2017-12-22 2:24 PM (#92087 - in reply to #92086)
Subject: RE: Seasons Greetings
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"it used to be a lot of fun a few years ago"


Seasons greetings both, but wish it could have been even funnier.

All the best!

Mel
Posted 2017-12-23 6:28 AM (#92088 - in reply to #92086)
Subject: RE: Seasons Greetings


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