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Wild Christmas Party At This Is London Nightclub In Toronto

Wild Christmas Party At This Is London Nightclub In Toronto

on Dec. 24, 2008 by

Celebrating Christmas in style by popping a large bottle of Cristal prior to hopping into a limo towards This Is London nightclub.

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Christmas and my friend's birthday always make the 24th of December a packed eventful weekend.

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We started of the party with a bottle of Cristal champagne. A friend brought in an entire fireplace as a birthday present.

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We took a limo from Ecstacy Limos to This Is London nightclub in Toronto.

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In a nation where winter is a way of life, people heartily embrace the holiday season, with towns and cities across the country lighting up their homes and streets, holding vibrant parades and festive celebrations.

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In the Canadian provinces where English is the predominant language, Christmas traditions are largely similar to those of the United States, with some lingering influences from the United Kingdom and newer traditions brought by immigrants from other European countries.

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Mince pies, plum pudding and Christmas cake are traditionally served in English Canada as Christmas dinner desserts, following the traditional meal of roast turkey, stuffing, potatoes and winter vegetables.

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Christmas table crackers are not uncommon in English-speaking Canada. In some parts of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia Christmas traditions include mummers.

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