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Friday, Dec. 12, 2008
Today's Cool Site...
Wacky Christmas carols
There are so many things to love about Christmas. There are the gifts and all the great food, of course. But let's not forget the carols.
Christmas caroling is a great way to spread the cheer to friends and neighbors. But what happens when your friends and family are across the country?
Yahoo! Messenger has come to the rescue! At its Emoticarolers site, you can create your virtual Christmas carolers.
You can pick up to four emoticons to use as the carolers. Then, select the song you would like them to sing. You can use the traditional lyrics. Or, create your own!
Once you're done, you can send the carol to friends. My son Ian loves the carolers. I'm sure your friends and family will get a kick out of them, too!
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