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    They start to sell soon

    In Germany the markets start to sell gingerbread at the end of August and a few days after that they start to sell christmas stuff .. thats in ca 3 months. Wow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissSantaClaus View Post
    In Germany the markets start to sell gingerbread at the end of August and a few days after that they start to sell christmas stuff .. thats in ca 3 months. Wow.
    Thats really great..
    I wish I could say we had such things, here..
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    Quote Originally Posted by olga View Post
    Thats really great..
    I wish I could say we had such things, here..
    When does they start in your country ?
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    Thats fantastic . They usually don't start till around end of October/beginning of November here probably becuase they have to sell of Halloween decs first.

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    Yes, as Home Alone says it about end of october/begining of november

    when it all gets going here..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissSantaClaus View Post
    When does they start in your country ?
    They start the first days of November, but, still you can hear many whispering:
    ''..but.. what are they doing? its too early for Christmas!!...''

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    Really? That is late .. or? In Germany they all say its too early to begin in September. I dont think so. I like it. I love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissSantaClaus View Post
    Really? That is late .. or? In Germany they all say its too early to begin in September. I dont think so. I like it. I love it.
    Oh, you should post some photos, please, when stores start to put decorations up, on September..

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    I will : )
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