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  • Falconess
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    If only there wasn't a row of cubicles blocking him from me. The sound travels, but the objects hit a road block

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  • Tipouf
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    Originally posted by Falconess View Post
    There are some songs I never want to hear again. Like Silent Night, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, and a few others, because I have coworker who whistles just one part of them. Only one, and it's every day, while the office is quiet. He can't just enjoy the quiet, no, he must whistle and tap and click and hum. I'm all for expressing musical talent, but for the love of all things fuzzy, learn more to the song or stop singing it!

    Sorry, he just happens to be doing it right now, and I'm ready to strangle him....not to mention I've sent him 6 calls and he just ignores them, and continues humming
    hmmmm sounds like you need that toy the hubby bought
    launches small nurf missiles at targets via a program on your computer

    that or better rubberbands and more skills at aiming in his direction

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  • Falconess
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    There are some songs I never want to hear again. Like Silent Night, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, and a few others, because I have coworker who whistles just one part of them. Only one, and it's every day, while the office is quiet. He can't just enjoy the quiet, no, he must whistle and tap and click and hum. I'm all for expressing musical talent, but for the love of all things fuzzy, learn more to the song or stop singing it!

    Sorry, he just happens to be doing it right now, and I'm ready to strangle him....not to mention I've sent him 6 calls and he just ignores them, and continues humming

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  • Kamn
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    A churcoh choir singing silent night. Preferably teen or pre-teens singing it.




    Beutifull

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  • KiaKat
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    Most of the Christmas music in my house is either classical, or sung by professional church choirs.

    Hell, Midnight Mass is the only time I ever go to church anymore, and that's just so I can hear/sing the pretty music, and so I can be reminded of why I don't consider myself christian/catholic at this point.

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  • IK the Troll
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    Why are there no Arbor Day songs?

    I, admittedly, have a lot of Christmas music. However, it's all either sung by cats, or has had the words re-written to by songs about the Cthulhu Mythos.

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  • Talen
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    Originally posted by KarmaKoi View Post
    Ha, you wish. I dare you to give the dress to someone for Christmas and see what happens.
    I did something similar one year. December 26th was a very happy morning, I got extra presents.

    As far as the music goes...oh, dear gawd the muzak. At least when I worked in FAO Schwarz, they didn't do that. Thank goodness.

    (And my current job is muzak-free, yay!)

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  • Kamn
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    Think Id be able to weather it. Normaly. Since that is what I do music I like (listen to it on a repeating track for days on-end). Too bad that I dont have a particular fondness for christmas music...

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  • Tipouf
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    Originally posted by Mike Taylor View Post
    Where I work, the only holiday music to be heard is whatever happens to be playing through the stereos we sell. The CEO and founder of my previous employer was Jewish, so we had Christmas and Hannukah themed music when I worked there. Our Jewish customers were most appreciative
    the mall i worked in was considered a jewish mall
    one year they only had breakfast with santa which you had to pay for and there where only a limited number of seats...
    needless to saw the mall lost a lot of business that year

    the store i worked in, peoples pottery, had sooo much judaica that i learned a good deal about the holiday and the items in they use...was interesting

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  • Mike Taylor
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    Where I work, the only holiday music to be heard is whatever happens to be playing through the stereos we sell. The CEO and founder of my previous employer was Jewish, so we had Christmas and Hannukah themed music when I worked there. Our Jewish customers were most appreciative

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  • Leffy
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    everywhere i've been at xmas time. the xmas songs begin in early november as a once an hour, but the day after thanksgiving its a constant.

    all the way to febuary.

    then its sappy songs.

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  • Disco Duck
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    I'm thankful for the times when Muzak decides to be kind enough to insert at least one normal song for every three or four holiday songs. Sometimes two in every five songs.

    Is it unusual to get Halloween themed music to play? We get stuff like "The Monster Mash", "The Cockroach that ate Cincinnati", "It's a Sin" (not sure if that's the real title(edit: it is and it's by the Pet Shop Boys)), "Irresistible Igor", "One-Eyed-One-Horned Flying-Purple-People Eater" and other random songs that are either weird/eerie or generally Halloween/horror/comedy related. There are also some regular songs scattered in the mix sometimes, but I find I don't mind the Halloween mix as much as the jingle holiday stuff. It tends to be catchier and more fun to sing along with.

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  • Tipouf
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    Originally posted by KarmaKoi View Post
    I worked at a NY&Company during the Christmas rush, they play the newer Christmas music, like "Santa baby" and such, but even the stuff thats fun to listen to starts to get irritating the 1000th time you hear it. Its the repitition that kills.

    the thing that kills me is last year or the year before they started playing at least 1 xmass songs for every 5 normal songs BEFORE thanksgiving

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  • DarkPirateShea
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    I'd wear it.
    Probably couldn't fill it out quite the same.
    But I'd wear it.

    And I agree about the Christmas music.
    The only holiday music I'll listen to is the stuff by the Trans Siberian Orchestra.

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  • KarmaKoi
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    Originally posted by Talen View Post
    Given a cute woman dressed like that, it's Christmastime every day of the year.
    Ha, you wish. I dare you to give the dress to someone for Christmas and see what happens.

    Originally posted by Tipouf View Post
    all i have to say is that christmas music is the work of the devil
    and i am not religious

    but having worked as many retail jobs as i have during the xmass rush i can tell you that xmass music is bad boo boo bad and can be used as psychological warfare
    I worked at a NY&Company during the Christmas rush, they play the newer Christmas music, like "Santa baby" and such, but even the stuff thats fun to listen to starts to get irritating the 1000th time you hear it. Its the repitition that kills.

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