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Dec 26, 2023

a&b read 'twas the night before christmas
word of the day
game: quiz
game: feud
ashley and brad call santa
game: 6 year old trivia
christmas food/leftovers that are ok...and not give your dog bits
game: christmas password
americas favorite stocking stuffers (candy)
"goodbye/fun facts....A’Phabet Day or No “L” Day is celebrated on December 25 each year. The day uses a pun to reference Christmas Day. The name of the holiday is a play on the word ‘Noel,’ which means “to be born,” and is used by the French. The day is meant for pun enthusiasts across the world. The earliest evidence of puns came from ancient Egypt, where they were used to interpret dreams and describe myths. Puns are used in comedy, literature, rhetoric, and design. If you’re getting into the A’Phabet Day spirit, avoid pronouncing ‘L’ today. It’ll prove to be a fun challenge.