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The Party Post 2021

by | Dec 31, 2021 | Office Space | 2 comments

Here we are, at long last, brothers – the dawn of the New Year. We all hope, of course, that the next year will prove to be less of an utter disaster than the previous one – but then, that’s what we said when 2021 rolled around, and look how that turned out. Nonetheless, since this is a rather momentous occasion, let’s take the time to celebrate it properly, as is the way of such things here at Didactic Mind.

We’ll start with some fireworks from all over the world:

Let’s have a hymn HALO-style:

Time for the bevy of beauties to welcome in the coming year.

Rahel Chiwitt:

Vladislava from Kiev:

Some chick named Bo:

For the gingervitis sufferers among us – Marilia Ferreira:

The Baessler twins, Julia and Stephanie:

Oh, wait, almost forgot one:

Cortana by AmagumaX on DeviantArt

No complaints. It’s TRADITION around here to feature Cortana in the party post, y’all.

Finally, let’s set the mood with some righteous music:

HAPPY NEW YEAR, LADS!

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2 Comments

  1. Jim

    Thank you kind sir, for the inspiration, encouragement, and motivation throughout the year! Happy new year!

    Reply
    • Didact

      Thank you, my brother, for your continued readership and support. Happy New Year – may the peace and blessings of Our Lord be with you in abundance.

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