Sunday, October 30, 2011

Halloween comes before Christmas.

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I know it’s not new to you that Halloween comes before Christmas but retail is trying to make people forget.  I noticed this year they marked Halloween up for Clearance before Halloween was here.  That way they could hurry up and get out more of their Christmas Crap.  More as in they already had it out with Halloween stuff.  I wish there was a law that you can't push a Holiday until the last one was completed.  I love my Halloween don’t push me into Christmas.  If Christmas was actually celebrated for the right reasons I might not be so against it.  But it’s so commercialized anymore.  I couldn’t believe Walfart had  Christmas music on already.  It’s suppose to be one time a year not the complete end of the year people!  SHEESH!  So one more day till Halloween!  Let me enjoy it you stupid retail pushers of Christmas!

5 comments:

Dark Mother said...

Yet another reason I do most of my shopping online. Idiots.

otin said...

I've gotten to the point where I hate everything to do with Christmas. Life would be so much easier without it. Lets just have a big dinner and a New Years party!

emmy said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. In answer to your question, Dove's sugar free dark chocolate creme's are very good. I can't tell any difference between them and regular, but it has been a year since I have actually eaten anything with sugar in it. I'm not really that impressed with their peanut butter cremes. I'm just happy to have chocolate again. And I agree, October is way too early to have Christmas out and I'm sad to see Christmas replace Thanksgiving. Walmart took down their Thanksgiving tree and replaced it with a Christmas tree.

midnightbunny said...

I'm so with you on this. I wish we could truly enjoy Halloween and Thanksgiving without all the hints of Christmas already being pushed on us. :(

rnraquel said...

I hear ya. I went to Michael's the day before Halloween to get some decorations. I knew things might be sparse, but they had nothing. It was all Christmas already.