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  • #9871
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    Jinglebelle
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    Chocolate, the hot kind… is the best drink on Earth and I wish I had a recipe for it!! 🙄

    #9802

    Anonymous

    Chocolate is yummy! 😀

    #9803

    Anonymous

    Yummy – yummy Santa rubs his tummy

    or

    It tastes better with a little whipped cream, marshmallows and slivered chocolate on the top

    😉 Next player can take Tummy or Top to start the next sentence.

    #9988
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    sdkluger
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    Top with whipped cream your pumpkin pie.

    (or
    Tummys at Christmas dinner should leave room for pie. – couldn’t resist 😀 )

    #9872
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    Jinglebelle
    Member

    Pie also means pizza to some people.

    #9804

    Anonymous

    People still like pie, rather it is pizza or pie 😆

    #9989
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    sdkluger
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    Pie in the sky young eyes look above.

    #10057
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    tank1976
    Member

    Above we see Santa in flight.

    #9990
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    sdkluger
    Participant

    Flights of snowflakes float gently down.

    #10055

    Down the chimney, all covered in soot.

    #10058
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    tank1976
    Member

    Soot all over his suit.

    #9805

    Anonymous

    suit up the horses so we can go on a sleigh ride!

    #9806

    Anonymous

    “Ride these dark blue skies!” Santa yells out to those magical reindeer that Fly!

    #9807

    Anonymous

    Fly into the night skies to bring the toys to the children!

    #9945
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    Merry
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    Children should be seen and not heard.

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