Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry for December 01, 2022

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    Chithing Premium Member 10 months ago

    That would be profound, Verne, if you weren’t talking about plastic elves and reindeer.

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    oakie817  10 months ago

    i once left my Christmas tree up for 9 years

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 10 months ago

    One year the snow was so deep, I didn’t take them down till April!!

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    Ellis97  10 months ago

    Some people are just too lazy to take their decorations down.

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    Armitage72  10 months ago

    I once heard a joke that, between climate change and the constant extension of the Christmas shopping season, we’ll eventually be living in Anti-Narnia, where it’s never Winter and always Christmas.

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    awgiedawgie Premium Member 10 months ago

    Schrödinger’s Christmas

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    Csaw Backnforth  10 months ago

    You can leave an artificial tree up year round. In January you can decorate it with mini “champagne” bottles & glasses, in February – hearts, March – shamrocks and or Easter eggs, etc. etc. etc. and then it’s Christmas again.

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    ron  10 months ago

    I still think of the line from “Catcher in the Rye”…“Jesus would’a puked”.

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    StarBeak  10 months ago

    Changing lightbulb colors could be changed per season without taking down the fixture. Also dressing up Yule-Tide-Statuettes relating to the Season is ideal.

    Santa in Summer? Put a swim cap and a pool floatie on it. =3

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    donut reply  10 months ago

    Here’s an idea. Led lights of different colors for different celebrations. Leave them up year around, just change the colors with the upcoming holiday. Has anyone invented this yet?

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