To early for a Christmas tree thread?

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Is it too early to be starting a Christmas tree thread?

Reason I ask is I was driving back from Livingston last night and spotted a full blown tree in all it's glory outside a Beefeater restaurant. I couldn’t really believe what I was seeing to be honest!

Anyone else spotted any?
 
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Livingston is the town that time and taste forgot, so that probably explains the tree.

You didn't see the natives swinging from trees too, did you?
 
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I had a mince pie yesterday and felt rather dirty. I love Christmas food so I couldn't resist buying it but dammit, IT'S OCTOBER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THERE ARE STILL LEAVES ON THE TREES!!!
 

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I've already been through a small Christmas cake this last fortnight :o:(
 
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I had a mince pie yesterday and felt rather dirty. I love Christmas food so I couldn't resist buying it but dammit, IT'S OCTOBER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THERE ARE STILL LEAVES ON THE TREES!!!

I love mince pies lol. But yeah it's too early!
 
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Anything before 1st of Dec is too early. We don't normally start thinking about it until two weeks into Dec at least.
 

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I had a meal on the Strand & the restaurant had a couple around but think they may have been advertising booking up xmas parties.
Wholesomely agree with the mouse mat gifts every single year
 
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I want to see the spooky christmas tree from last year (or was it the year before). It looked evil. Was in someone's house, someone from OcUK.
 
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