X-mas coming just a bit early? 14 replies

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AlDaja

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#11 13 years ago
roper34;3390090Yes, Christmas seems to get earlier every year. I think all the fuss shouldent start till December 1st. I get fed up of seeing decorations e.t.c up in November and also from hearing the Christmas music to early.

Agreed, I don't put up X-mas stuff until a week or so after Thanksgiven, which the family intends to do this coming weekend.




Reno

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#12 13 years ago

Its never too early for them to stock the shelves with the eggnog. :) People always complain about them starting up the christmas season a bit early, but in reality they only have about 4-5 weeks of the "christmas season" to advertise in. If you haven't figured it out already, chirstmas isn't about giving it's about selling. The more profit stores can make the better it is for everyone.




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#13 13 years ago

Yeah anything starting to celebrate Christmas in November is a bit early, but I guess people are excited that holidays are approaching etc. It is not as bad as Easter here where you see chocolate easter bunnies etc go on sale 2+months before hand :\




Silent425

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#14 13 years ago

Yes I think the same too. I used to live in Europe before, but people would put their Christmas trees like few days before Christmas. Now doing this a month earlier seems a little weird to me.




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#15 13 years ago

well, here in virigia, just outside of DC. christmas season ends on the 26. then picks up again around the 28th. a whole year to plan! oh boy!




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