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You've missed your chance. :(
think i'll give that one a miss
sales are like wars, innit
I don't get excited by sales, nor do I worry I will miss out on a bargain as I have only ever been disappointed by sales. I am realistic, it is not like they are lowering the price out of the goodness of their hearts before whipping them back up again.
buy stuff online on Christmas day
queue outside Next from 5.00 on Boxing Day
start their Christmas shopping in January
buy stuff online on Christmas day - ok in moderation i think, as long as it doesn't interfere in any of your Christmas day plans as all
start their Christmas shopping in January - ok in very small doses, but not really in the spirit of XMAS
queue outside Next from 5.00 on Boxing Day - awful
they're all awful
I think the internet should be shut down for Christmas day. SPEAK TO EACH OTHER
This may be because in my family we were not even allowed TV on at Christmas. Apples, trees etc
how do you watch the queen's speech without the television?
they are the same people who say "I love a bargain me" and queue up on Boxing day or go shopping for last minute things on Christmas Eve. They are in a perpetual state of buying, rather than hoping to be prepared in advance.
Usually as soon as they pass the deadline for Christmas postage (online sales I mean)
to make way for Christmas Sales