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Anyone listening to Christmas carols yet?

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GunpowderTreasonAndSNOTSleeves Mon 08-Nov-10 10:51:23


upahill Mon 08-Nov-10 10:51:53

Not a chance!

cat64 Mon 08-Nov-10 11:00:27

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GinnytheWitch Mon 08-Nov-10 11:10:55

Its actually illegal (well in my world!) to listen to them before 1st December. Following that date, it's the ONLY thing to listen to.

GrimmaTheNome Mon 08-Nov-10 11:12:02

Only when DD sings them in the car.

CherryMonster Mon 08-Nov-10 11:30:31

yes! on my laptop through earphones so no-one else has to hear them (natch- its because the speakers on my laptop are crap) but only when i am doing christmassy stuff like shopping online, making lists and stuff. did put a christmas cd on the other day when the kids were writing their letters to father christmas

SoMuchToBats Mon 08-Nov-10 11:34:16

No - that starts on Dec 1st! Although ds and I did listen to the Nutcracker ballet music yesterday (which is quite Christmassy) after steaming the Christmas puddings.....

nagynolonger Mon 08-Nov-10 11:39:26

Our local music shop has all the Christmasy sheet music on display. Tescos have a 'Merry Christmas' sign on the door, but no carols playing yet.

No carols until 1st December for us. That includes DS playing them.

They are playing stuff for the Christmas performance at school.

tummytickler Mon 08-Nov-10 11:43:43

I agree with Ginny. Nothing until 1st December and then nothing but Christmas music for December.

sunnyshine Mon 08-Nov-10 12:02:27

yes in car for children|!!

Saltire Mon 08-Nov-10 12:06:51

Not yet, and I had to open the Christmas decoration box the other day to look for candles, and discovered that my "Crooners at Christmas" cd is missing, obviously has got lost in the move!

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