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By  Welshite  |  39

A few weeks ago I was at a rather large retail chain and saw Christmas decorations right across from the Halloween decorations. Dressing as a homicidal Santa Clause for Halloween briefly crossed my mind.

By  Monday_funday  |  25

Having spent a few years working in retail I can confirm this is the most soul destroying part of the run up the Christmas. Because nothing enforces Christmas cheer like playing jingle bells on repeat

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  oathkeeper99  |  31

I work at a craft store that sells stuff for making Christmas cards/decorations/advent calendars etc. and as people like to start early, we already had the first Christmas dedicated aisle up in August. We actually had Christmas stuff up about a month before any Halloween stuff, it was crazy.

By  Welshite  |  39

A few weeks ago I was at a rather large retail chain and saw Christmas decorations right across from the Halloween decorations. Dressing as a homicidal Santa Clause for Halloween briefly crossed my mind.

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  doemetoch  |  28

I like how every country seems to have certain ideas about when it's appropriate to start bringing out the christmas stuff. We don't do thanksgiving where I live, but we have St Nicholas (6 december) which is a pretty big deal, so generally stores will have St Nicholas decorations and only start the christmassy stuff after 6 december. Seeing how OP is from Singapore, I wonder if they also have such a "rule".

By  Monday_funday  |  25

Having spent a few years working in retail I can confirm this is the most soul destroying part of the run up the Christmas. Because nothing enforces Christmas cheer like playing jingle bells on repeat

By  species4872  |  19

Just be thankful they decorate, Here in Oz they don't anymore for the most part because it may offend some prick.

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