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    Personally I think as soon as it hits December, it's time for Christmas decorations to go up :cracker:

    What do you think? And if you're at uni, will you and your flatmates be decorating in halls? :xmasgrin:
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    Second week of December, in my opinion!
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    First weekend in December is pretty standard. Mine normally go up a week before Xmas because I don't like Xmas generally and finally get forced into putting them up.
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    After going to the light switch-on/Christmas market yesterday, I really want to start decorating for Christmas now :moon:
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    I will start tomorrow considering i've finished my xmas shopping!
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    Christmas is a very sad time for me so never.
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    I usually decorated in the second week of December ^.^
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    Christmas eve is both traditional and quite soon enough.
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    I'm one of those annoying people that would be fine with decorations going up in September though generally I would say any time after 1st December is acceptable.
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    A relative has hers up now.
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    After 1st December.

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    December 20th, earliest.
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    i think the 1st of december. my mom puts them up on the 12th of december every year and it frustrated me so much as a kid
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    Mid-day Xmas Eve. No earlier.
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    (Original post by Simes)
    Mid-day Xmas Eve. No earlier.
    Oooh, edgy. I'd have said that, but then I didn't want to run the risk of being outed as the anti-patriotic, British-value-desecrating, St George's Flag-****ting, happy-holidays-espousing Muslamic-ray-gun-carrying blasphemer that I am.
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    End of November/beginning of December

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    December 26th
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    Deffo not november but I've seen people decorate as earlier as September. IMO Dec 1st is the appropriate time

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    (Original post by Hashim123)
    Oooh, edgy. I'd have said that, but then I didn't want to run the risk of being outed as the anti-patriotic, British-value-desecrating, St George's Flag-****ting, happy-holidays-espousing Muslamic-ray-gun-carrying blasphemer that I am.
    I wasn't kidding. I put the Xmas decs up no earlier than Xmas Eve afternoon.

    I'm usually fed up to the back teeth with Xmas by December.
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    (Original post by Simes)
    I wasn't kidding. I put the Xmas decs up no earlier than Xmas Eve afternoon.

    I'm usually fed up to the back teeth with Xmas by December.
    :laugh:

    I don't mind it so much nowadays, I just found it annoying back in college that there's at least a two-month run up to Christmas with at least a week off, and the only time we get to even start thinking about Eid is a few days before max, and then have to be back in the day after.
 
 
 
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