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CHRISTMAS EVE

Yeah,so today got some of us caught up with loads of stuffs to do, from last minute shopping to kitchen work etc, while, well others were just Err totally not interested in the seasons' hustle(for our brothers and sisters who do not celebrate Christmas and those of other religions). This season got some of us wired though and yes this was just affirmed by the bangers and fireworks I can hear from my room.
 Well we all know what's up with this season:enough "chopping", "drinking", "partying" and most especially feeling the warmth of our families plus other little Christmas traditions. A big "eyaah" to all those not at home this period to be with their families, not forgetting though that friends are also family and could be with them Wherever they are. Sides these we all know ( if you like pretend you don't), the real deal about Christmas so I won't waste any time spelling it out. 
 Word, let's all try as we're having fun to also do Good this season(not that we bad people or that we don't do Good on a daily..). The smallest Nicest things are all we might need to make this season Awesome and fab. 
 Goodnight y'all and have a fantastic Christmas eve and Christmas celebration (and if you don't celebrate Christmas, I also wish you a fab day tommorow, just try and stay off the our way tommorow and don't bring up your opinions about how Christmas is not in the Bible or blah blah_ cause we don't care and yes, it's Christmas baby!). 
P.S. if you are in anyway offended by this post feel Free to have a goodnight anyways.

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