Episode 718: Christmas in Britain

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3 Responses

  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    I recently watched Whoever Slew Auntie Roo, and I don’t recall anything about there being a history of kids disappearing at Roo’s house. Instead I think the boy just imagined that, and since Roo isn’t actually a cannibal witch it never really functions like that much of a horror movie.

  2. Julius says:

    Kyle bringing up white Christmases en the Forst Fairs made me think he was going to mention one of my favorite Christmas facts. Charles Dickens was born in 1812, near the end of the super cold times. For the first eight years of his life, there was snow on Christmas. For the rest of his life, there was not. But because he remembered his childhood Christmases so fondly, in his stories, there was always snow on Christmas. That, and that alone, is why ‘white Christmas’ became a popular concept.

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