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SmartSweet1 SmartSweet1 51-55, F 17 Answers May 29, 2012

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Of course we can. Around here, we go to the beach and sing Summer Carols like "Deck the Halls with Swaths of Seaweed", "Away in a Rowboat", and "Sandy Claws is Coming to Town".

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hahahah I love it!

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OMG ! Priceless ! ;D

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It does give one a chuckle, doesn't it. Loved that response!

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Christmas is in summer :)

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More people should make the choice to do it. Christmas year round, giving and getting.

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I think that trying to be 'joyful' all year 'round is the think to shoot for, but it's not always easy!<br />
I think 'jolly' is reserved for the Christmas season to encourage us kind of 'laugh-off' the cares and woes of the year gone by, and be warm spirited in the face of winter's cold and storms, and to encourage us to share joy and happiness in a special way with our loved ones, our friends, and our fellow human beings.<br />
I keep my Christmas tree up year 'round, lit, but not decorated, except for the tall wooden Santa that I heep beside it. Sometimes, when I'm feeling 'blue', I'll put on a CD od Christmas music to lift my spirits.

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Awww
What a great explanation. :)

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Cos 'jolly' rhymes with 'holly' and you've got to deck your halls with that ! :)

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gotcha! :)

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bcuz santa only comes once a year and when he does its down the chimney and that why he has no children.....

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hahahha all it takes is once

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Yup, we can!! We can even be jolly in the Spring and the Fall too!! It ROCKS!!

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Woo hoo all season jolliness! Does it get any better than that? :)

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YESSS!! I LOVE it when I find other happy peeps!! You just made my day!! :)

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aww...well if I can't be happy, who can? lol...you gotta make the most of what you got, ya know. :)

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The way I see it is that people are jollier when they’re fat (note Santa). During the holidays, we “pack on the pounds” (eating and sitting in front of the TV) and thus are jollier. In the summertime, we’re practically fasting trying to look slimmer than we actually are (don’t you have a pill that will take off 100 pounds in 6 hours?). Thus we’re grumpier (I need that gallon of chocolate ice cream NOW!)

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heheh love your sense of humor and there seems to be some grains of truth in what you say. :)

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I think the jolliness has something to do with Santa? So I dunno...; )

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He must be a grumpy o'l p*** in the summer time lol

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I'm pretty sure he is ; )

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Who is NOT jolly during the summer?

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I don't see a lot of it myself.

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I've solved that problem...I'm almost never Jolly

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Quick, pull up a Christmas tree and some grog or was that egg nog? :)

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Oh...I like egg nog all right. and grog, but I still avoid jolliness at all costs

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Well in keeping with your lack of spirit, bah! :)

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there you go...I used to love Christmas...

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You can love it again..just takes right place, right time, right situation that's all. We've all had our times with the holidays I think. Some just take longer to get past what may have turned them off to them, ya know.

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It has something to do with all that eggnog and fruitcake!

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Both give me a tummy ache but do love that ribbon candy. :)

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Be careful, too much of that and you go from jolly to looney!

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true!

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no jolly is for Christmas!............but in Spring you can prance in the meadow in yur sundress & bonnet

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Can I wear a sundress at Christmas?

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aargh

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heheh

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