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Move Christmas to every day

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With the commercial aspect of Christmas slowly expanding to fill the entire year, with no direct solution to that apparent, the logical response is to go the other way and make it appropriate by celebrating Christmas all year.

This will also have the side benefits of making happy everyone who wants to celebrate Christmas on a particular non-December 25 day, and making everyone less serious about gift-giving because nobody has the ability to give their friends one good gift per day each. Plus, the people who leave their Christmas lights up all year now have a good reason to do so.

notexactly, Jan 25 2016

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       P sure Roy Wood had this idea before you.
calum, Jan 25 2016
  

       This would have the immense advantage of always being able to give a "combined Christmas and Birthday" present to everyone, even if their birthday isn't 25 December ± 28 days ... [+]
8th of 7, Jan 25 2016
  

       So we'd have "Easter-Christmas"? High Street stores will have a field day!!
AndyH, Jan 26 2016
  


 

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