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It’s a Screengrab! Glee’s Season 4 Christmas Episode

December 25, 2012

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Happy Christmas from Will and Matilda, your friendly YDE editors. Here’s your present! We wanted to photorecap one Christmas special, and the second we saw Artie’s black and-white holiday-themed dream, we knew it just had to be Glee. Let’s be real here, Glee is just a shell of its former self. We may be tied to it eternally (like […]

YDE Wishes You All A Happy Christmas!

December 25, 2012

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Happy Christmas to you all from the editors and writers at You’re Dripping Egg. We’ll be bringing you a Christmas treat a little later in the day, but for now just enjoy the happy times with all your family and friends — you know, presents, too much alcohol, afternoon sleeping. Love, Will, Matilda and the […]

Happy Christmas from “You’re Dripping Egg”!

December 25, 2011

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The staff at You’re Dripping Egg would like to wish all their readers a very happy Christmas!     Whether you’re unwrapping gifties, dunking prawns, making snowmen, singing carols, body-surfing waves at the beach, or throwing turkey leftovers at your rellies; we hope you’re having a superb day!

‘All I want for Christmas is you’ by Antonia Vann

December 24, 2011

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We all know that Christmas is the season to be jolly. With pretty trees, a gross amount of food, sparkly tinsel, twinkling lights, and a fat happy man who gives one presents, most of us are more than happy to sing “Fa la la la la” until the cows come home. Christmas is also all […]

“ElfYourself” 2011: A Review by Lachy Larmour

November 30, 2011

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With the annual tirade of commercially-driven interests vying for our each and every holiday-intended dollar, it’s not hard to go numb and succumb to the pain that is the Christmas holiday season. Department stores, e-tailers, handymen, and even fast food companies all chase our attention and ask us to ask them to help us out […]

Christmas – a review in one parts by Tom Carmody

January 3, 2011

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With much shopping and endless frivolity we have entered the curious time of year between Christmas and the New Year, and there arrives a brief respite from fake smiling for reflection. Christmas is without doubt stressful – rather than offering a time to relax and rest, modern western culture has instead provided the highest of […]