The Twelve Days of an Engineer’s Christmas


An Engineer’s Christmas: Fun, Merry and Bright!

Engineer’s Christmas (Source: Pinterest)

Christmas is definitely just around the corner. Carols fill the air. Lanterns twinkle in every street. People excitedly wander about malls and bazaars. Families and friends come together exchanging beautifully wrapped parcels, big and small. Indeed, there is no better time to surprise your loved ones than during this festive season.

Engineer’s Christmas (Source: House of Geekery)

One of the most popular Christmas songs is the “Twelve Days of Christmas”, which revolves around the different gifts the narrator receives from his “true love” on each day counting down to Christmas. As we approach the holidays, let us enliven your timeline with this familiar Christmas carol, with a signature GineersNow twist. This is our own version of the “Twelve Days of Christmas” featuring gifts that we thought engineers, students and professionals alike, can relate to.

Engineer’s Christmas (Source: Pinterest)

Don’t be shy. We know you’ll be singing along….

 

On the first day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

A partly assembled PCB.

 

On the second the day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

Two robotic gloves

And a partly assembled PCB.

 

On the third day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

Three micron pens,

Two robotic gloves,

And a partly assembled PCB.

 

On the fourth day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

Four degrees conferred,

Three micron pens,

Two robotic gloves,

And a partly assembled PCB.

 

On the fifth day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

Five piston rings,

Four degrees conferred,

Three micron pens,

Two robotic gloves,

And a partly assembled PCB.

 

On the sixth day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

Six grades a passing,

Five piston rings,

Four degrees conferred,

Three micron pens,

Two robotic gloves,

And a partly assembled PCB

 

On the seventh day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

Seven shots at dating,

Six grades a passing,

Five piston rings,

Four degrees conferred,

Three micron pens,

Two robotic gloves,

And a partly assembled PCB.

 

On the eight day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

Eight bros a drinking,

Seven shots at dating,

Six grades a passing,

Five piston rings,

Four degrees conferred,

Three micron pens,

Two robotic gloves,

And a partly assembled PCB.

 

On the ninth day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

Nine exams outstanding,

Eight bros a drinking,

Seven shots at dating,

Six grades a passing,

Five piston rings,

Four degrees conferred,

Three micron pens,

Two robotic gloves,

And a partly assembled PCB.

 

On the tenth day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

Ten plates for drawing,

Nine exams outstanding,

Eight bros a drinking,

Seven shots at dating,

Six grades a passing,

Five piston rings,

Four degrees conferred,

Three micron pens,

Two robotic gloves,

A partly assembled PCB.

 

On the eleventh day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

Eleven firms a hiring,

Ten plates for drawing,

Nine exams outstanding,

Eight bros a drinking,

Seven shots at dating,

Six grades a passing,

Five piston rings,

Four degrees conferred,

Three micron pens,

Two robotic gloves,

And a partly assembled PCB.

 

On the twelfth day of Christmas my true love sent to me:

Twelve project funding,

Eleven firms a hiring,

Ten plates for drawing,

Nine exams outstanding,

Eight bros a drinking,

Seven shots at dating,

Six grades a passing,

Five piston rings,

Four degrees conferred,

Three micron pens,

Two robotic gloves,

And a partly assembled PCB.

 

We hope you enjoyed our version of the “Twelve Days of Christmas”. After all the hard work you dedicated to your studies, your jobs or your projects this year, we hope you can take some time to relax, laugh and have a little fun.

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Engineer’s Christmas (Source: Adafruit)

Merry Christmas, our dear engineers, and may the next year be filled with love, hope and badass engineering innovation!

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The Twelve Days of an Engineer’s Christmas

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