essentially.

 

but instead ofย Feliz NevidadSawatdee pi mai! Which actually means Happy New Year, since apparently Merry Christmas in Thai is pronounced… Merry Christmas.

Merry Christmas! Sawatdee pi mai! See you in 2012!

(And perhaps before then, if you are very lucky, from a rogue Internet-boasting spot in Asia.)

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