Thursday 23 October 2014 by Neil Tollfree

Complaints about Christmas ‘starting earlier than normal’ starting earlier than normal


Christmas starting earlier than normal

People have started to complain about Christmas starting much earlier than normal far earlier than normal, according the researchers.

“I noticed it the other day,” said office worker Simon Williams.

“I was in Marks and Spencer and these two old ladies were talking about how it was far too early to have a Christmas display up.”

“I can’t remember ever hearing someone complain about Christmas starting much earlier than normal as early as this before.”

“It’s usually around November,” added Serena Greene from account.

“The bit after Halloween is the traditional period for complaining that Christmas has started much earlier than normal.”

“But this year we have been hearing complaints that Christmas is starting much earlier than normal from mid-October, even late September.”

Christmas starting earlier

For some people, complaining about Christmas starting much earlier than normal can’t come early enough.

“Oh no, I love complaining about Christmas starting much earlier than normal!” said Christopher Paul of East Sussex.

“I don’t think it’s ever too early to complain about Christmas starting much earlier than normal.

“In fact, I had a bit of a moan-up this week when the wife asked if I fancied having Turkey this year.”

This year has seen a significant trend towards complaints about Christmas starting much earlier than normal starting much earlier than normal.

The earliest recorded complaint about Christmas starting much earlier than normal was in 2006 when Julian Brown mentioned to his wife Teri that ‘it was far too early to think about whose parents we have to go to.’

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