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Season’s Greetings 2012

Categories: Silly

There're few better ways to feel festive than listening to some Christmas tunes and, like a box of Roses or Quality Street, there's something for everyone; whatever your taste. (My preference being for old crooners warbling the classics rather than whatever X-Factor have released just in time for the Christmas charts – Bah! Humbug!)

So, to celebrate the important role music plays during the festive period, Supercool's 2012 card is based on a lovely, heartwarming seasonal ditty with possibly the most boring title ever The Christmas Song, written by Mel Tormé and Bob Wells, but made famous by Nat King Cole; "Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose, yuletide carols being sung by a choir" – you know the badger.

And purely for your festive pleasure, in the spirit of bringing joy (and a seasonal smirk) …

Everybody knows cards from a design studio
Should help to make the season bright.
Though seeing us dressed as elf-like eskimos
Could make it hard to sleep tonight …

And so we offer you this simple phrase 
From all at Supercool HQ:
Although it’s been said many times, many ways,
Merry Christmas to you.

Warmest winter wishes.

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