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A Christmas Story (1983)
"You'll Shoot Your Eye Out!"
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The Christmas decorations are up

DavidDavid Administrator Posts: 9,983 admin
edited November 2016 in Forum Comments
While you were sleeping the Christmas decorations went up, a new banner (couple of Christamassy additions/changes), a few Santa characters scattered around the place and yes, because Charlie loves it so much:

The World #1's Movie Posters Forum's: Second Annual "Xmas Movie Xryptic Xrossword" - because he so loved the first one, he insisted, nay demanded, we do another one this year! Right here

We've also added NOT one but two Jigsaws (TWO? I hear you ask - yes TWO!). It's the same movie poster, but one for the kids (and David who is hopeless at them), and a super duper hard one for the adults and yes, very hard because the the pieces also have to be rotated to fit into right place - the hard one is here (the kids one just under it)

Of course other changes such as adding an actual video to our Movie Clip of The Month and we still make it impossible for Rick to post images.

Admin will be dressing up as Santa soon, bring beer and cookies.
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