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Intrusive Caroling

Alex Leigh, Anchor

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Christmas season is upon us and so is all of the fun holiday spirit that comes along with it. As the count down to Christmas gets smaller and smaller get ready to put your hats and gloves on, decorate your houses, and wait for they joys of Christmas to come. To start this Christmas spirit early I grabbed a few voices to roam the halls and spread this cheer to anyone that could hear. Lets just say that the way in which they sang was not the most glorious and heart felt to the people hearing it, sadly. Between the stopping of people in the halls so they couldn’t leave, to pushing our way through the crowds of people in the halls, this officially was the loudest most obnoxious caroling session you will ever witness. However, this does not take away from the Christmas Spirit as a few sang along. So to show you, here is our very own WACS News version of caroling. This is Intrusive Caroling.

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