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      Quote Originally Posted by Crushfamily View Post
      Christmas is in July here!
      See other threads on this - It is too hot for a traditional roast and all the trimming at Christmas Christmas!
      Never too hot for a proper roast turkey dinner - put the aircon or a fan on! (might have in the evening rather than the middle of the day) Then you can have your BBQ or picnic seafood for starters and have time on the beach too!
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      And generally Christmas Day here in Adelaide isn't excessively warm anyway! The Stamford Grand at Glenelg apparently does a fantastic Christmas lunch - but it's not cheap!
      Sometimes the grass will appear greener on the other side because it has been fertilised by bull****


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