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When balls drop — 9 Comments

  1. You old grouch. We know how much family means to you, and any “artificial” excuse for a celebration is actually very welcome. Have a lovely New Year and many more to come. Bliadhna Mhath Ùr.

  2. Dear Grandad

    I allow ten percent of the year to be ‘new’, thus will wish anyone a Happy New Year up to 12.36 pm on 5 February.

    Having said that, I have wished people ‘Happy New Year’ in July, on the grounds that I don’t see them that often and it is accumulated – sometimes decades.

    I stopped wishing folk a Happy New Century in 2011, and still have 84 years and a day left before I stop wishing people a Happy New Millennium. Can’t wait.

    Happy New Year for the morrow and Happy New Millennium.

    DP

  3. Happy New Year to you, old fella. Altough, in truth, you are still mired in 2016. Us progressive in the Antipodes are already partaking of the arbitary future. The only change in my life will be the additional ring of gristle which will acrue to my already engorged prostate. When sitting on my favourite chair I can rock from side to side- keeps the grandweens amused, I suppose.  

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