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  • proper noun UK, informal Christmas.


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  • No WHSmith or M and S, but you can get mince pies and Chrimble Pud in Lafayette…and the rents will certainly make you feel at home!


  • It is with much regret that I shall have to remove myself and Mr Boots from this Chrimble parrrtayy .....

    Army Rumour Service

  • If I have to hear the singy songs on the bloody radio about Chrimble again, I swear to God the dog will get a kick.

    Army Rumour Service

  • The third umpire - not on Graeme Swann's Chrimble card for this year - is back in action, this time for a run-out call from a quick single, but Hashim Amla is well and truly home, the only question was whether the bat left the crease was he was sliding in his bat.

    Sand Mountain Reporter: News


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