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Rudolph - the red-nosed......
Christmas wheeeeee Pary Smilie Christmas Smilie Merry Christmas Smilie Smiling Santa Smilie :wavingsanta; Christmas Tree Smilie Christmas Tree Smilie Tired Santa Smilie Snowman Smilie Fat Santa Smilie Standing Up Santa Smilie


sorry been itching to use the chrissie smilies Wiggle Smilie
woops one don't work Sad Smilie
CarolsWaving Santa Smilie
Carol Burnett - Emmy-winner
George Goble - Lonesome George" early TV comedian
Thanksgiving Dinner - a gobble-gobble
Cranberry relish
Dinner
Brunch
Breakfast
Newspapers
coffee
disgusting breath afterwards.
garlic
anchovies
beef tartar
grapes
John Steinbeck - Grapes of Wrath
Of Mice and Men
"Of shoes—and ships—and sealing-wax—
Of cabbages—and kings—"
-Lewis Carroll The Walrus and The Carpenter
Lewis, C. S.: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Puddleglum = CS Lewis's Marshwiggle from his sixth book in 'The Chronicles of Narnia,' The Silver Chair
The White Witch - another C. S. Lewis character!
Which Witch - a musical play from a Norwegian group with some success in London
CatsCat Smilie Cat Smilie another famous musical
Hound Dog - we haven't forgotten the King, have we?
Heartbreak Hotel another of his hits located down at the end of Lonely Street.
The Hotel New Hampshire - John Irving Read Smilie
Maydmarion Me - I was born in Portsmouth, Hamshire
PT member
Tommi aka Tom Bombadilo
Tommy-gun
Mafia
Godfather
Sirius Black
Secret Society - Do they even exist nowadays? If they do, they must be very secret.....
Free Masons
Free Willie
Flipper
dolphin
Killer Whales Safari - a Norwegian phenomena
Naw, we also have the watching of Orca pods in Puget Sound. :elfheapbigfish:

"So long and thanks for all the fish" = the last words of the all the dolphins upon their leaving Earth pending its destruction to make way for a hyperspace bypass, according to Douglas Adams.
Number 42

You have to love that quote Orc Smiling Smilie
"W, H, A, T...D, O, Y... O, U, G...E,T... I,F, Y, O, U...M, U, L, T, I, P, L, Y...S, I, X...B, Y...N, I, N, E..." The order random Scrabble tiles were drawn from a towel transformed into a bag towards finding the question to Loss's above answer, which spells out: "What do you get if you multipy six by nine?" Obviously something went wrong with the computer program when the Golgafrinchans landed on Earth some two million years ago.
I assume it's calculator chip fried out when it landed Orc Grinning Smilie

54 - Which is what six by nine equals
'Car 54, where are you?' The (1961-63) TV show by that name, which was always lost according to the dispatcher, who was always looking for it.
Herbie - Slightly younger than 'Car 54', but still a car that had a mind of it's own Cool Elf Smilie
Love Bug
Butterfly
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