The return of Christmas FM has been joyously celebrated
Christmas FM is back on air because of the snow.
The snow and ice has brought out the very weird and wacky in the Irish people. Yes, Storm Emma mixed with a Siberian weather front has caused mayhem to everyday life, but we are nothing if not resilient.
The good folks in Christmas FM decided to go back on air today seeing as the snow bringing the nation to a standstill.
So what if we are facing the worst winter conditions since 1982? Everything will be better with a soundtrack of winter wonderland goodness in the background. People are over the moon, if a little bemused.
It’s the 1st of March, it’s snowing, I’m listening to Christmas Fm, scrolling through Netflix trying to choose which Christmas movie to watch, drinking tea. Life is good
— katie (@KatieeBiggins) March 1, 2018
— Ketty Quigley (FFID) (@FrenchfoodieinD) March 1, 2018
I’m out for a walk in the snow, listening to @christmasfm - this is my personal idea of heaven! Ready to decorate the tree now and wrap the presents.
— Ulla (@sabriste) March 1, 2018
Just tuned in to @christmasfm heard Johnny Mathis and now have a serious hankering for some turkey, stuffing and roast potatoes. If there were any shops open I’d seriously consider doing the full Christmas dinner.
— Mary Gamble (@MsMaryGamble) March 1, 2018
— SwimmersJackson (@SwimmersJackson) March 1, 2018
Just turned on Christmas fm and all I want for Christmas is you is playing, I fkn love this country
— Sarah (@sarah_hetherton) March 1, 2018
— Enda Cunningham (@endacunningham) March 1, 2018
Just turned on Christmas FM, the children are dancing to Jingle Bells in the kitchen. Anyone else have cabin fever yet? Is it too early for egg nog? ? pic.twitter.com/AOUdmbT9H2
— Sybil Mulcahy (@sybilmulcahy) March 1, 2018