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carla234carla234
posted 1 decade 10 months ago
hi all you ok?
cant w8 till christmas has any one started shopping yet?


Kelly_CaitKelly_Cait
posted 1 decade 10 months ago
Yes, always start early!Caits b-day in Jan so nice to start early!

HayleyHayley
posted 1 decade 10 months ago
no way! Shocked

thats after my bday i start.....so the last week of august! Razz

lottielottie
posted 1 decade 10 months ago
I started christmas shopping this january, got loads of bargins that im really pleased with.Also I got lots of new christmas decoratings more than half price (ones i wanted before christmas last year) also i got all my christmas cards and wrapping paper. I have got my little ones christmas dress really beautiful one from monsoon in the sale and lovely hair clips.I knew we couldnt afford it this christmas cause we have moved and have a high morgage.Really looking forward to christmas xxxxx I still have bits and bobs to get xxx take care all xx happy shopping xx

take care xx

AlexAlex Moderator
posted 1 decade 10 months ago
Stop STOP!!!



It is only August, and we are still waiting for Summer, we dont need talk about December and special holidays that happen in that month (I cant even say its name)




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hipmommahipmomma
posted 1 decade 10 months ago

alex said:
Stop STOP!!!


Well said woman!!!!


It is only August, and we are still waiting for Summer, we dont need talk about December and special holidays that happen in that month (I cant even say its name)




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RichRich Moderator
posted 1 decade 10 months ago
Summers been and gone, did'nt you know?...

So yes, January, excellent time to start to a Christmas shop, especially if you spread out your buying over the year, what with January sales and easter and summer sales too, you can bag bargains galore and not have to spend in bulk towards the end of the year, when your gas and electric bills have started to get bigger due to more usage. It makes sense to save some pennies over the year in this way, get ur gifts and put them away in the atic, under the stairs, at ur folks houses, theres nothing wrong with forward planning people Wink I for one applaud the idea Clapping

Kelly_CaitKelly_Cait
posted 1 decade 10 months ago
I got my xmas tree in the January sales, got my tree and decorations all for £30!!!Bargain, the tree was £120 Shocked

I buy early so I can get more Very Happy

crazy_girlcrazy_girl
posted 1 decade 10 months ago
i aint done my shopping yet..its jessica's first christmas and i aint got a cue what to get her..anyone got any ideas???


xxx

kelkel
posted 1 decade 10 months ago
i got a couple of bits already, i like to be done by the end of november, it stresses me out. going to send callum on a ralley day for xmas this year, costs about £180 plus he'll get a ew little bits. going to send mum, sis, niece and sisers fella to see a show, dancing on ice or something, not sure about my brothers and my other niece yet. me and mark usually buy little bits for each other then go spend loads on each other in the jan sales Thumbs Up

Kelly_CaitKelly_Cait
posted 1 decade 10 months ago
Cool, I also hate shopping at xmas because its always too busy and people are soo rude!

casey27casey27
posted 1 decade 10 months ago
i hate xmas shopping too. its as if coach loads of people get dumped in your town centre and ya cant move for people. its horrible. i hate xmas at the best of times but its serious overkill these days. dont even wanna think about it ha ha aaahhhh Frustrated

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