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Yes, Christmas Has Pagan Roots. Do You Want a Cookie?

Re: Yes, Christmas Has Pagan Roots. Do You Want a Cookie?

Postby urodacus » 26 Dec 2010, 19:47

At the moment it sounds like 'bacon', eh?
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Re: Yes, Christmas Has Pagan Roots. Do You Want a Cookie?

Postby suiyuan31 » 10 Feb 2011, 20:25

Just for the record, I have received no cookies as a direct result of this thread or my posts contained herein....just sayin' :lick:
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