Off topic: A night in December...
Thread poster: Edwal Rospigliosi

Edwal Rospigliosi  Identity Verified
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Dec 26, 2004

One beautiful night in December, a man, Huan Cho and his girlfriend Jung Lee were sitting by the side of the Ocean.

It was a beautiful romantic Full Moon, when Huan Cho snuggled close to Jung Lee and whispered in her ear, ... “hey baby ...let’s play Weeweechu”.

“Oh NO not now”, says Jung Lee, “Let’s look at the moon”,

A bit disappointed, Huan Cho says, “Oh come on, let’s you and I play Weeweechu”, I wuv you and it’s da perfect time”, Huan Cho begged. ...“Come on Please”?

“But I’d rather hold your hand and watch the moon”, says Jung Lee.

“Please! Jung Lee, Please”! Huan Cho begged again, “just once play Weeweechu with me, ...lets “do it” ...just once”!

Jung Lee looked into his puppy dog eyes and thinking this was such a romantic moment, with the moon – the crashing of the Ocean waves and alone together – that this indeed might be a perfect moment and perfect spot to play Weeweechu, and she said, “ok Huan Cho, We’ll play Weeweechu”, ...and let’s play Weeweechu ...all night long!


And with that, Huan Cho immediately grabbed his guitar, and they both started to sing:


“WeeWeechu a Merry Christmas”

“Weeweechu a Merry Christmas”

“Weeweechu a Merry Christmas”

...And a “Happy New Year”


Merry Christmas all, ...(and what were you thinking?)


 


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