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What colours of Christmas lights do you like?
No lights 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
White lights only 33%  33%  [ 2 ]
Red lights only 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Green lights only 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Red and white lights 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Red, white and green lights 17%  17%  [ 1 ]
All colours on one string 33%  33%  [ 2 ]
All colours but each seperate colour on a seperate tree or area 17%  17%  [ 1 ]
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 16, 2004 6:19 pm 
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What colours of Christmas lights do you like?

I like all the colours, red, green, yellow, blue, white and all sort o random on one tree or whatever.

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I represent the old-school C-9 jauns on the DibSchmib Castle. I save the skinny whites for inside. [/img]


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So a 2:1 red ratio and no whites or yellow? Interesting...

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I had to go with "All colours but each seperate colour on a seperate tree or area" though all colours work too, have a small string of multi-coloured ones, but the actual ones outside are just white, and the ones on the tree are like candles, so white with red tips


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Ah candles. Sounds pretty. Don't know that I've seen those. This on an indoor tree I suppose? Real or fake? I'm a big fan of the real tree though ours is not up yet.

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They might have come over with us from Germany... but you might also be able to get them at crappy tire... not too sure though

It's a real tree... taken from our neighbours field. A bit bare in some places but tinsle will hopefully cover that up ^_^*


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Ah that's cool. Was gonna ask if you cut it down yourself.

Well I assume by next year I will have my own tree to decorate somewhere so I will be looking for things to decorate it. And since I have like 7$ in crappy tire money...

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popcorn on string, and cookie decorations? :D


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Have never done the popcorn on a string thing myself. Do people ever poke holes in their fingers like that?

I have a lot of cookie decorations. When I was dufferoo (preschool) making these weird cookie decorations was the only craft I would do so we have a bunch of them. Though we only put one on the tree anymore as they're unsightly in large numbers... well they're unsightly in any number but one is okay.

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Never actually did the popcorn thing... maybe in school to decorate the door or something...

`l` ya.. ours crumbled after a year and went into a muchy stuff all over the apple figures -_-

`lol` only craft you would do... any reason why?


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Are those even meant to be kept for more than one Christmas? Maybe your imperical evidence proves they are not...

Not sure what was up. I guess I just didn't care to participate in any of the dufferdoo activities. I remember very little about the place and certainly don't remember why I didn't play in all the reindeer games let alone remember that I wasn't playing along. But I was a fairly quiet kid until about 10 so it seems kind of fitting to that personality.

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I go plain white, maybe flashing every so often.

There are some bloody scary ones round where I live.

they're enough to give you a migrane. Or a tumour...

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Dufferdoo activities? Is this provincial speak I amy not be accustomed to?


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No. I believe it's the specific name of the single school I went to for pre-school though I'm not sure. I would not expect anyone to know what I'm talking about if I used it in a sentance with anyone from Ottawa or rural Ontario (:p) for that matter. This is why I specified.

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Your school was named Dufferdoo...? ... that's pretty neat...


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