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  • (jazzy Christmas music)

  • It's December again

  • ♪ I can't believe it

  • Whatever happened to

  • the rest of the year

  • It went by so fast

  • ♪ I barely could see it

  • Now I'm calling all angels high

  • If you are there

  • Help me find the

  • Christmas spirit again

  • The Christmas spirit again

  • That warm place in my heart

  • That was there from the start

  • ♪ I want that Christmas spirit again

  • (jazzy Christmas music)

  • - And good morning!

  • We are in my cousin's house in London,

  • where we stayed last night.

  • Feeling a bit pooped today, a little bit partied out.

  • Had a very good time,

  • but feeling the effects.

  • So we're gonna go off to see Claudia's friends,

  • dental friends.

  • - Yeah, my dental university friends.

  • - They're all grownups.

  • - Yeah, they've all got kids.

  • Well, not all of them, but majority of them.

  • Yeah, it's up in Buckinghamshire because we've all, like,

  • dispersed across the United Kingdom now.

  • - They studied in London. - But yeah, it'll be nice.

  • We're gonna have like a Christmas dinner.

  • - We will have to bring canapes, and a dish, and we.

  • - Are going to Waitrose.

  • (laughter)

  • - We're gonna turn up and everyone's like,

  • "here's this beautiful thing

  • that I spent eight hours handcrafting"

  • and we're like, Waitrose?

  • - They're gonna do that thing where they show us up, like,

  • "yeah, you know I've juggled like, having, like,

  • a toddler, and a newborn, and I've still

  • made, like, - And a job

  • - "Two homemade dishes, and we also went out

  • to a Christmas party last night as well"

  • and we'll be like, um, well,

  • What's our excuse?

  • She's disabled, that's my.

  • - I keep telling you, it's okay to use that

  • as an excuse more, because it is true,

  • having a disabled partner is like saying,

  • oh I'm sorry, I have a child.

  • I have a dependent, I have someone I have to look after.

  • - You're like a really big cumbersome child.

  • (laughs)

  • - Wow.

  • A really big, okay.

  • - Well, you were just saying use me as an excuse

  • and then when I do, you're like (gasps)

  • Yeah, last night's party was all right, wasn't it?

  • - Yeah, it was really nice!

  • Was it the third YouTube Christmas party we've been to?

  • - I think so, yeah.

  • And every year they decorate it differently.

  • Like this year was kind of like, enchanted--

  • - I liked this year so much better.

  • - Magical woodlands kind of theme, I guess?

  • It was nice, wasn't it? - This one was beautiful,

  • especially since I'm quite strict

  • on my Christmas color schemes,

  • and I'm very much against silver and blue, because

  • no. - Was it silver and blue?

  • - No no no, last year

  • - Right, yeah. - Was silver and blue.

  • That's why you didn't see any photos from last year.

  • - They've got these little corridor bits in the space

  • that every year they decorate differently, so like,

  • I think last year it was balloons, wasn't it?

  • - No, you're thinking Pride.

  • - Okay.

  • - So Pride, they had multicolored balloons,

  • and you walked through them and it's like,

  • amazing! - I think

  • one year for Christmas, it was like

  • loads of cotton wool kind of stuff.

  • And, like, glittery things.

  • - Yes it was.

  • - But anyway, this year it was like

  • in the nicest way possible, strips of fabric toilet roll.

  • - You know what it made me think of?

  • - Toilet roll. - Made me think of those films

  • when you're in some kind of asylum.

  • - Oh gosh.

  • - And for some reason there are torn curtains

  • that you have to walk through--

  • - Yeah, I mean, it was a little bit scary

  • because you couldn't, because they were hanging like

  • only like this far apart in different lengths

  • so your eye, like,

  • - Once you got past one there's already this

  • one in front of your face. - Your vision stops

  • at the next thing, obviously.

  • Though, you'd literally like be walking through,

  • and someone else would be walking through, like "Oh, hello!"

  • - You just do not realize until they're

  • "Hello!" in your face.

  • - We had to sneak a little kiss,

  • it was quite romantic.

  • - Aww!

  • - It was like a little cute meet.

  • - It was!

  • Wait, do you mean 'meet cute?'

  • - Yep.

  • - Okay.

  • (laughter)

  • - My favorite was the reindeer.

  • - Yeah, the big reindeer.

  • - Which was like a side prop

  • that no one paid any attention to.

  • I loved it. - I mean, it was weird.

  • I mean, it was next to the cloak room.

  • - [Jessica] It was.

  • - [Claudia] I had no idea it was there until

  • like, about ten minutes later.

  • - [Jessica] I was like, "What, how did I miss that?"

  • - [Claudia] Just missed a massive, white reindeer.

  • I think it will have started that

  • when I go to events, cause there's lots of different people,

  • people are saying hello, and there's lots of stuff,

  • I'm being like overstimulated.

  • Take me a while to kind of, like, settle in.

  • - Yeah.

  • - We work out, but like, I actually need to have

  • at least a couple of alcoholic beverages to actually

  • like, take in my surroundings.

  • - The extrovert and the introvert

  • approach Christmas parties very differently,

  • I think it's fair to say.

  • I think when I'm nervous about something, or anxious,

  • I get louder and more chatty,

  • and more willing to go up to someone,

  • not more willing, but I just talk to everyone

  • and get really bold, ask people questions, haha,

  • cause I'm feeling a bit tense.

  • And your idea of getting a bit tense is like,

  • I'm just gonna sit here.

  • - I could've, I just assume that people haven't seen me,

  • it's really weird, or I pretend that they haven't,

  • so I do this really awkward thing

  • where I walk into a room, I clock someone that I recognize,

  • - She saw Rowan, a girl we know, and she went

  • - I basically look at them, we catch eye contact,

  • and then I'll go, "Look, it's Rowan."

  • I'm like, why the hell do I need to tell her,

  • but then I realized when I got home that like,

  • people must think I'm being such, like, you know,

  • a b-i-t-c-h, because like all they see,

  • is me walking into a room, staring at them,

  • and then whispering something to you.

  • And then you go over all nice

  • so they're probably a bit like,

  • "Is that their, like, what is happening here?"

  • Are you two-faced?

  • Am I just obviously, like, true to form?

  • Actually all I've said is like,

  • oh look there's someone that we know,

  • we should go talk to them!

  • - Go, Jessie, go!

  • Basically you're sending me

  • - To go make friends.

  • - Because you're too awkward to go over and say,

  • "Hi, good to see you!" You're like, "Go for me go for me"

  • - I just sat at a separate table eating a burger on my own