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Christmas is here – in your web browser



Before we start today we would like to thank you – you, our readers – for being with us during first year of our existence. We would like to wish you merry Christmas and happy new year 2009. And if you want to make Christmas not only in your home but in your web browser as well then you may like to visit Xmas.co.uk website. They offer free Xmas cards, Xmas jokes, Xmas food information and much more.

Xmas.co.uk: Christmas portal offering a lot of Xmas tools
Quite an interesting section of the website is named Xmas Free Stuff. „Why not get your hands on some free stuff and make Xmas that little bit easier! And these free goodies aren't just for Xmas! You can win stuff like DVDs in our Xmas Competitions area too,“ say authors of the website. You can get for example free glowsticks here – just for using the internet – or money for answering questions of a survey.

A few examples
You can read about origins of Christmas at the website as well. „Christmas is an ancient tradition, but where does the word originally come from? Christmas as a word originates from Rome and the words Cristes Maesse, which means Christ’s Mass,“ say for example owners of Xmas.co.uk. „Christmas almost certainly began as a pagan holiday, or the merging of several pagan holidays,“ they add. And there is much more information.

You can find some Christmas tools at the website as well. For example Xmas Wishlist. You can create it here online and then send it to your family and friends in time for Xmas. You may add as many Xmas gifts as you want, and then send it via email. And how does it work? You just type your name in and then add all the gifts you want for Xmas. And then just email it to your friends and family.

Some more words
There is a giftshop at this website as well. You may choose gifts for home, for your partner (her or him), for your kids... And then... Christmas is here. So once again: We wish you merry Christmas and happy new year 2009.
(22. 12. 2008 | editors)


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