Monday. 11.26.07 9:03 pm
I think there should be definite lines as to when thanksgivng ends and christmas begins. Why do stores have christmas music playing in november? When did they give thanks for all the money that they make from Black Friday and Christmas sales.
Merchants merge their holidays or just leave all the thanks out. Remember to give thanks.... :)
Categories: thanksgiving [t], christmas [t]
Christmas *never* ends.
Dave's ex compared it to cancer. I told her you can cure cancer, but you can't cure Christmas.
She fell over laughing. » ikimashokie
on 2007-11-26 09:16:51
There is no Thanksgiving here because, I heard, it is an American celebration and this was previously a British colony. » Nuttz
on 2007-11-26 11:14:34
Yup.. well ignore my brother, he is always that way, especially now that im not at home, he thinks that i should butt out. » Nuttz
on 2007-11-26 11:34:36 *nod*
I agree. November should be for Thanksgiving only.
I start preparing for Christmas/the holidays when December starts. » Mockiller
on 2007-11-26 11:49:48
Ah. You're not on frequently enough Kkama67! NuTang's not as lively as when you were here. =O)
That's funny Nuttz... British Columbia's where I live, and despite the British thing, we still have Thanksgiving. =P » Bullet
on 2007-11-27 02:19:29 merchants don't give thanks...
they look at what they've got and think, "Now let's get some more!!"
I agree with the Christmas-should-be-in-December issue. I hate it when they start playing Christmas music at the BEGINNING of November... I don't mind so much after Thanksgiving, but still...
Christmas is just under a month away! =D » iTest
on 2007-11-27 09:26:02
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