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    (Original post by 09sstinson)
    Your old enough to know that advent calendar chocolate is poor quality and expensive. just buy a bar of chocolate
    I'm not paying for the chocolate though, I'm paying for the experience.
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    No you are never too old for that!!!
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    Never too old for a chocolate advent calendar! I still buy my grandparents one every year! Gran has a Frozen one and papa has a Star Wars one

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    I'm 24 and I have a Disney advent calendar on my desk at work.
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    you can buy them for 20p after Christmas ?
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    (Original post by MrKmas508)
    Look up.
    Yes you are

    Us groan ups have lego advent calendars. http://www.johnlewis.com/lego-city-a...endar/p1981201
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    (Original post by PQ)
    Yes you are

    Us groan ups have lego advent calendars. http://www.johnlewis.com/lego-city-a...endar/p1981201
    That's terrific. I want one of those, for no reason I can justify. I may pop along to JL and see if they are discounting them now it's the 8th.
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    No.

    I'm 25 and I bought one of those felt calendars, then got a box of Heroes and put one in each pouch - yum!
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    I have a beauty advent calendar much better
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    That's terrific. I want one of those, for no reason I can justify. I may pop along to JL and see if they are discounting them now it's the 8th.
    They do a star wars one too (and a lego "friends" one for girls who aren't allowed to play with toys that aren't pink).

    (also if you live anywhere near a lego shop lego make christmas tree baubles that are beautiful: http://shop.lego.com/en-US/catalog/p...estid=11890593 )
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    (Original post by PQ)
    They do a star wars one too (and a lego "friends" one for girls who aren't allowed to play with toys that aren't pink).

    (also if you live anywhere near a lego shop lego make christmas tree baubles that are beautiful: http://shop.lego.com/en-US/catalog/p...estid=11890593 )
    No, it's the Xmas one I like. We have a Legoland not far away, but... but I'm a proper grown up. My kids weren't really interested. We've got shedloads of it in the attic untouched.
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    Nope! I get one every year. Even if I has meant I've had to buy myself one for the last few years :lol:

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