Let’s Just Admit Defeat: 365 Shopping Days Until Christmas

People complain year after year how the Christmas stuff goes up in stores earlier and earlier every year. Yet, the stores must have a reason for doing it. Stores don’t put stuff out for sale if it doesn’t get bought. Let’s just admit defeat and handle it the only way we know how.

That’s right, it’s now 365 shopping days until Christmas!!!!!!

After all, the only way to stop Christmas stuff from going out earlier every year is if it never comes down. Worried about black Friday sales getting earlier? It can’t happen if it goes on the day of Christmas the year before. I’m telling you, this is the only strategy that works.

Sure, some people have advocated boycotts. No buying Christmas stuff until after thanksgiving is over they say. However, we’ve seen how well that works. No, a never-ending Christmas shopping season is the only way to go.

Of course, not everyone celebrates Christmas. I understand this. However, surely even they would like to stop hearing about how this gets earlier every year. I’m sure everyone can acknowledge the genius of this suggestion.

Still, some people may not agree and may get quite mad at my suggestion. Those people need to remember that I have no power over this and no one listens to me anyway.

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About David S. Atkinson

David S. Atkinson enjoys typing about himself in the third person, although he does not generally enjoy speaking in such a fashion. However, he is concerned about the Kierkegaard quote "Once you label me you negate me." He worries that if he attempts to define himself he will, in fact, nullify his existence...
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4 Responses to Let’s Just Admit Defeat: 365 Shopping Days Until Christmas

  1. Greg says:

    This could also alleviate some emploment concerns – instead of seasonal work, stores would need those employees year-round. On the other hand, every day would be a door-buster plus fighting in stores which could accelerate assaults and homicide numbers as well. Insurance companies would be pleased.

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