14 November 2019
Ah Christmas people. We all know one. They’re out friends that are so into Christmas everyone else seems like The Grinch. They buy the best Christmas presents. They know every single word to every single Christmas carol and feel the need to sing them 365 days a year. It’s me. I am a Christmas person and I bloody love it. If Christmas is also your absolute fave time of the year and the sheer thought of the 26th of December brings tears to your eyes, chances are you’re one of us.
Still unsure? Here’s 22 signs you’re that Christmas person.
Love Actually, A Christmas Prince, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, Home Alone. You’ve seen them all at least ten times. In fact, you even think Cameron Diaz deserves an Oscar for her work in The Holiday.
Mine’s All I Want For Christmas Is You, obvi.
The Holiday is better, sorry but it’s a fact.
I’ll fight anyone with jingle bells who says it is.
Preferably November 1st.
EUGH, Halloween is the only thing stopping Christmas from happening in October.
I will take my Secret Santa alias to the grave, got it?
I’m very put out because someone in my team doesn’t like nutmeg and that throws out my WHOLE menu.
Once they’re on the naughty list, it’s VERY hard to get off it.
But apparently your parents don’t think it’s cute anymore.
All we got was some dodgy reindeer hoof prints made from flour.
Am I too hot? Yes. Is your negative energy making it worse? Also yes.
Making them put your lights up is even better.
But don’t actually eat it. We spend too long decorating them to ruin it like that.
And it stays that way until mid-January if I’m honest.
I’m dreaming of a white christmas, okay? Sue me.
Every year you say you won’t but Afterpay says you will.
Shotgun the leftovers.
What else would they wear in their Santa photo?
Your Christmas playlist starts earlier than Westfield’s
All I want for Christmas is for Mariah Carey to be played all-year-round.
Pumpkin spice? I don’t know her.
The post-Christmas blues are real.
Of course someone on the naughty list would say that.
BRB, putting up my Christmas tree, Emma Roffey
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