I love christmas. It’s the most wonderful time of the year and it’s filled with all of the joy and love that comes with the gift of the season.
The thing that I will never get enough of is the holiday shapes that Santa, his elves, and his reindeer create every year. Each year I always have to fight a battle not to break into a big, uncontrollable grin as I’m trying to figure out what these shapes are supposed to mean.
And I won’t lie, there are some pretty bad shapes that I really love too. I have two and I can’t for the life of me put them into words. And I’m not a fan of the “I love you, Santa” or “I am sorry I broke your reindeer” lines. The first one I can’t even get out of my head. It’s that weird, awkward, and awkward-looking smile that Santa always has.
My favorite thing about Christmas is going to my parents house and being able to tell them how much I love them. I love the way they’re always so nice to me while I’m a little bit drunk. I love being able to tell them how much I love them without being asked. It makes me feel like a really good person.
I love the way that Christmas feels empty without the reindeer, especially with the Christmas lights being so close to Christmas. It makes it feel like Christmas is just a big bowl of ice cream with everyone in it. I don’t know if they’re being that mean or even how far they are from being an actual reindeer, but I can’t get it out of my head.
The other thing I love about Christmas is that the actual reindeer are so pretty. Maybe it’s because they’re so cute, but it makes me think of a few Christmas songs that are all about reindeer and Christmas. I think The Holly and the Ivy from Elton John’s Greatest Hits is a good example.
Not sure if this will be seen, but the concept of Christmas shapes was born from a game I played long ago called “A Christmas Carol” (I was 4 years old, so this probably doesn’t apply to me). The idea was to make each person in the game have their own little shape of Christmas. The game was pretty terrible, I think its because it was too slow to be something else, and was too random.
The game was called “A Christmas Carol II” and ran on the NES. In the year 2001 it was ported to the SNES. I think the concept of Christmas shapes was born from this game. The idea was to make each person in the game have their own little shape of Christmas.
This is the game that made this article so long: A Christmas Carol II. It’s probably the single best game of the modern era in terms of graphics and gameplay. It looks like a modern version of the game from 2001, but it’s really quite different. It’s not a remake (for that you can read my own piece on the subject), but it’s a completely new game entirely. It’s also a remake of the original game, which was released about 15 years ago.
It’s hard to say, but in this game there are hints that the two games are connected. The game’s story is set in the year 2000, and the graphics are the same. The game’s gameplay is, of course, set in the year 2001. But the graphics, gameplay, and story are all clearly set in the same year. The game’s story is set in the year 2001 with the characters’ outfits, but the game’s gameplay is set in the year 2000.