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PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 14:30 
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It's all a metaphor about a child turning away from the assistance and lightness offered by his family, and choosing instead to embrace his inner monster. He decides to switch off the light and welcome back the beast. It's sort of like a kiddy, Christmassy Fight Club. They'll be a follow up ad where the monster hands him a box of matches and a jerry can and they both smile as he heads off to school.


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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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Shops are getting worse, its all decked out for Christmas before Halloween is over these days.

Just gets on my nerves until maybe the week before when you start to feel the Christmas spirit.

John Lewis Advert is always good, but I would never shop there, nearest one too far away :p


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Christmas decorations up in Bradford.
I've been doing Christmas since Feb. Thoroughly sick of it.

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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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The steel drum man was out playing jolly Christmas tunes today. It really made me feel a bit festive so I bought myself a mince pie from Boots and had some hot Ribena (it’s supposed to be made hot because it’s mulled wine flavour and says ‘make with hot water’ on the bottle!!) from my travel mug.

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Mimi wrote:
had some hot Ribena


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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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Findus Fop wrote:
Mimi wrote:
had some hot Ribena


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I was trying to avoid that!!

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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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This makes me so happy! This is what I would drink last year when I couldn't have wine. Also, it's bloody lovely! Where did you get it from Meems? I might have to get dressed and go shopping!!

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My friend bought it for me, she said it’s really hard to get hold of as it keeps selling out everywhere so she went out hunting in branches of Asda until she eventually found two bottles in an Aldi.

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M&S alcohol free Christmas punch is bloody lovely.

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Mimi wrote:
My friend bought it for me, she said it’s really hard to get hold of as it keeps selling out everywhere so she went out hunting in branches of Asda until she eventually found two bottles in an Aldi.

Ooh, thanks. I'll check it out. :)

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Cras wrote:
M&S alcohol free Christmas punch is bloody lovely.

I'll look out for it next time I'm by an M&S. Cheers Cras. :)

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Slam some rum in the fucker and it's even better.

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Slam some rum in the fucker and it's even better.

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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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Shops are getting worse, its all decked out for Christmas before Halloween is over these days.

Just gets on my nerves until maybe the week before when you start to feel the Christmas spirit.

John Lewis Advert is always good, but I would never shop there, nearest one too far away :p


Imagine if they sold online....

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I like the Sainsbury's ad. No twee sentimentality, just some christmassy stuff.


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I like the Sainsbury's ad. No twee sentimentality, just some christmassy stuff.

Does it feature any of the following :
Noddy Sodding Holder.


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Mr Dave wrote:
DavPaz wrote:
I like the Sainsbury's ad. No twee sentimentality, just some christmassy stuff.

Does it feature any of the following :
Noddy Sodding Holder.

I didn't spot any Noddy.


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Ignore the thumbnail, Rickie is barely in it.

It includes the line "Big head ripping through paper hat". No wonder I like it!


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Stupid Post Office Instagram advert made me cry.

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 Post subject: Re: Winter watch '16-'17
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11.6 celcius at 1747 in center of Bradford today.
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13.5C driving from the pub at 930pm today. It was 1C there a fortnight ago.


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