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#831233 - 13th Oct 2013 11:38am Christmas Decorations in October
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People Power--one of the greatest non violent forces on the face of the earth--providing you can get organised!!

My gripe here against the 12th Man is purely the fact of them having already put up their Christmas Decorations (October)!
By all means have turkey dinner and even xmas pud on the menu as a choice (all year round wouldnt bother me) but not in your face glitterati. The start of december is early enough.



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#831242 - 13th Oct 2013 12:17pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: fish5133]
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I think the 24th December is early enough tbh.


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#831243 - 13th Oct 2013 12:22pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: fish5133]
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I was in there too on Monday and saw them. Even my grandchildren commented that it was only October!

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#831247 - 13th Oct 2013 12:36pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: fish5133]
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Its pathetic, and don't get me going on the festive section in Asda Bromborough i seen last week!
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#831248 - 13th Oct 2013 12:43pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: fish5133]
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what is pathetic is that your trying to get people to boycott a local buisness just because their basically advertising christmas!!get a life,there's alot more important things to worry about other than a few decorations.

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#831250 - 13th Oct 2013 12:48pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: fish5133]
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Well obviously the rest of us before you don't agree and many more wont either

Yes it pathetic in my opinion we might as well start celebrating the new year also then, and its my Birthday in february so i expect the birthday messages to start in a few weeks !
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#831251 - 13th Oct 2013 12:51pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: uggla]
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Happy Birthday Uggla.
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#831252 - 13th Oct 2013 12:54pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: fish5133]
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Thanks Bert tease
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#831253 - 13th Oct 2013 12:55pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: fish5133]
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resturants,pubs ect rely on christmas trade so the earlier they can get bookings for christmas party's and work nights out ect the better!people need to understand what a dying trade the Pub/resturant buisness is.oh and happy birthday for february!!haha

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#831254 - 13th Oct 2013 1:00pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: fish5133]
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lol thanks rofl.

I really don't think anyone actually needs reminding when its Christmas though seriously.
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#831256 - 13th Oct 2013 1:21pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: fish5133]
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Registered: 29th May 2011
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Its a sign of the times im afraid, in these days of austerity we all need a boost and asking people to boycott the Pub is pitiful and wrong.

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#831258 - 13th Oct 2013 1:37pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: fish5133]
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clapTo Fish5133,i could'nt agree more clap

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#831262 - 13th Oct 2013 1:59pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: fish5133]
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Registered: 9th Aug 2011
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Christmas should be abolished period! It serves no purpose anymore. Just a capitalist rouse to empty your pockets & put people in debt. Buying & receiving rubbish presents you neither want or need just because so & so is going to buy you something you have to buy one back. Kids demanding the latest PS Xbox Station because their friends are getting one & don't want to be the only kid without one. An excuse for drinking & eating too much when people are starving in the world. A festival of greed & capitalism that's all. Oh & the Baby Jesus? don't even start me!

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#831264 - 13th Oct 2013 2:23pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: Stingray]
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Originally Posted By: Stingray
Christmas should be abolished period! It serves no purpose anymore. Just a capitalist rouse to empty your pockets & put people in debt. Buying & receiving rubbish presents you neither want or need...


Am guessing you got socks again last year...

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#831271 - 13th Oct 2013 3:28pm Re: Christmas Decorations in October [Re: YinYang]
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Registered: 30th Aug 2012
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Loc: Woodchurch
What's all this got to do with the 12th Man, by the way I got socks last year, and still going strong, ps let me the first to wish you a merry Christmas

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