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I was thinking about this the other night and I came up with a couple of Christmas guilty pleasures for myself. I am curious if anybody else has any that they will list.
I guess mine would be "Merry Christmas Mr. Bean" ...
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I'm with MC on Mr. Bean...I think the Christmas epi is my favorite of the series.

Those chocolate oranges that appear around Christmas each year--yeah, love those. Why are they a holiday item? I guess the trees have a very short season to bear fruit? Or maybe they melt when the temperatures climb...
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In a sick, twisted guilty pleasure way, I sorta like Happy Tree Friends Christmas Smoochies on You Tube... DON'T let the little kids watch this, though..!
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LOL, my family adores the inappropriate Christmas movies! Off the top of my head:

Addam's Family
Long Kiss Goodnight
Lethal Weapon
A Christmas Story
Sleepy Hollow

We also listen to the Bob Rivers albums.
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Those chocolate oranges that appear around Christmas each year--yeah, love those. Why are they a holiday item? I guess the trees have a very short season to bear fruit? Or maybe they melt when the temperatures climb...
I hear it's because the foil they wrap them in can't be harvested until the autumn. Something about the colors not being bright enough before the first frost.
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