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Talking I receive a sail and a Wii!

Helo,

I had 2 Christmas, one in my uncle Claude house and another in my garndamamas house, so I had 2 Christmas, all good.



I received this Christmas many prresents:

a Wii and 2 games
a new Optimist sail (not arrived yet)
3 magician sets
1 nintendo DS game
1 new cell phone for the water
1 chemistry set
1 trivial pursuit game
1 Holiwood quizz game for Playstation II
1 Cowboy set
1 jumping shoes
and many clothes for the water and for the street and more toys

My brother Luis received many presents, but for baby.

1 remote car of the jungle with gorilas
1 toys with cows and farms
1 car to sit
2 drums
1 machine that makes noise and my dad cries
1 xilofone
1 tools of engineiro
1 cell phone for babies
many botles for the milk and the thing to put in the mouth when he cryes
and many clothes to dress.

here is my Wii..cool yes?








and now we are at the home, tomorrow or after we are going on the holiday with my mum and my dad, we go the sleep 5 nights in the Convento Santa Maria do Bouro and it is cold, but my dad wants to sleep, and read and we go visit the mountaiuns

Remember..we are the future of sailing

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1 machine that makes noise and my dad cries


Fred, you just made my day, LOLOLOL

Maybe Luis will loan one of these to your dad????

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the thing to put in the mouth when he cryes


I'm glad you got your wii, now we KNOW your dad is a powerful man of the world....

I got an Old Fat Boat
She's Slow But Handsome
Hard In The Chine, but Soft In The Transom
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But I think It's Only For My Money
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You are a very lucky young man Fred! My daughter wanted a Wii but we could not find one anywhere. They're very popular this year.


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Fred,
You must have been a good kid this year to get all that! What did your Dad get?
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Two lumps of coal, a carrot and a top hat... so he can make a real snowman.
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You must have been a good kid this year to get all that! What did your Dad get?

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I had some very nice friends who must have thought that I was cold on my boat, because my stocking was filled with coal. I would much rather have gotten a Wii!!!!


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Consider yourself lucky... some of my friends were so bad this year, instead of coal, they got dried camel dung. I had nothing to do with that...really... I didn't.
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I had some very nice friends who must have thought that I was cold on my boat, because my stocking was filled with coal. I would much rather have gotten a Wii!!!!

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Fred, can I come to your house to visit you. I want to play the new Wii. It looks like a lot of fun!

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OK Fred,
You've had time to try out the Wii. Which games did you get? What is your favorite? How does your dad like the drums Luis got?


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Congrats Fred.. looks like you had a great Christmas.. The Wii is a lot of fun, but watch your Dad... he may get too excited trying to beat you at your own game!!

Hope the new sails gets you into the top 3 again!
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