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    All year round!
    73
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    Start of November
    60
    9.15%
    End of November
    117
    17.84%
    Start of December
    291
    44.36%
    Christmas Day
    71
    10.82%
    Never!
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    6.71%

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    Advent is the time of preparation for Christmas, which I think starts on 2 December this year.
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    (Original post by chelseadagg3r)
    The start of December, or to a Christmas market in November
    Yes! I can't wait until we go to the Christmas market. Will probably buy Christmas clothes and/or accessories there
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    When you are in a grotto with a three year old on your knee.
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    (Original post by BurstingBubbles)
    Yes! I can't wait until we go to the Christmas market. Will probably buy Christmas clothes and/or accessories there
    Neither can I! The Christmas market there is so good for stuff like that! It's my favourite, but it's also the only one I've been to :dontknow: Need to get myself a cosy jumper for it sharpish :mmm:
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    (Original post by Paracosm)
    Not before Friday 15th December, 18h00 GMT +1/17:00 GMT
    I like the use of some kind of superman reveal as it hits that time :lol:
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    (Original post by shadowdweller)
    I like the use of some kind of superman reveal as it hits that time :lol:
    Just rip off whatever was on and underneath you have the most fabulous jumper on. :laugh:
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    Christmas clothes may be worn throughout December. Christmas music may also be listened to throughout all of December. However, you can eat mince pies all year round.
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    1st December 00:01- 6th January 23:59
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    I'm normally singing Christmas songs throughout the year but for some reason, I don't really feel Christmassy this year. However, I think it's socially acceptable to wear Christmas clothing from the first of December. Any earlier is a bit desperate, in my opinion. If it's a Santa costume, then I'd only wear it on Christmas Day. I don't think there's harm in wearing them from 1st December onwards because December is the month of Christmas and shops/adverts start preparing earlier than that anyway. The people who said it's never acceptable to wear Christmas clothing are Scrooges (in my opinion). However, after about Boxing Day is when I think it's suitable to stop wearing Christmas clothing as that's when everyone's hyped for the new year. You wouldn't wear a Christmas jumper on New Year's Eve, for example.
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    (Original post by Paracosm)
    Mid-December. No exceptions.
    Yep
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    Late November.:yep: When they can be utilised effectively for warmth.:sadnod:

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    Start of December for me
 
 
 
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