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More from stupid school. Today I received my first corporate Christmas card of the year.

Dhamaka says:

good grief

1st Oct 2007, 18:23

how nice of them

1st Oct 2007, 22:23

Luci says:

Did it include a Christmas bonus?

2nd Oct 2007, 03:54

Caine says:

Boy oh boy. Talk about premature. Do they celebrate New Year's on Halloween?

2nd Oct 2007, 04:34

540air says:

I reckon they do Easter eggs in December too. I couldn't believe it when I opened the envelope, just ridiculous.

Sadly no Christmas bonus tucked away inside either.

2nd Oct 2007, 16:35

Geodyne says:

It probably won't surprise you to hear that I saw the Cambridge Tescos putting up the xmess items while I was in there last night.

It's a sign of how tired I was, how much I was rushing to be home and how I'm not into the concept of blogging at the moment that it didn't occur to me to record the event...

2nd Oct 2007, 17:22

540air says:

In that case, I reckon a trip down there this evening on the premise of "testing out the XS Giant", to record the numptyness of it all is definitely in order :)

2nd Oct 2007, 17:48

Geodyne says:

Unfortunately the XS Giant is still reposing in Manchester as the XL van is very sick and at the doctor's. I hold hopes of having it tomorrow, if I'm lucky.

I'm not feeling up to facing Tescos this evening, but I'll see what I can achieve tomorrow...

2nd Oct 2007, 18:22

Desiree says:

At least it says Christmas and not some generic politically correct 'holidays' thing.

7th Oct 2007, 09:56

540air says:

Very true, that would have been even worse.

8th Oct 2007, 17:18

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