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Christmas in July

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the weather outside's delightful...
ice cream bells ring...
Rudolph the sunburned neighbor...
why cant it be Christmas
in July

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you need counseling Mike LMAOOOOOO
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It can be but everyone will laugh and point! LOL..cute poem.
 
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