Merry Christmas or Happy New Year?  

tigger_girl71 46F
88 posts
12/28/2005 2:43 pm

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Merry Christmas or Happy New Year?

Okay- I pose this question to all of you highly intelligent and sexually active readers out there-

When do you take your tree down? Do you do it the day after Christams or wait until New Year's?

I have pondered this many times as I put mine up Thanksgiving weekend, I take it down the day after Christmas. New Year's is a whole different ball game!

Wishing you many dreams come true for the New Year! May prosperity and happiness shower down upon you all!

toothysmile 51M
16517 posts
12/28/2005 8:03 pm

Interesting... Here in Greece we usually put it up around Dec. 15 and always leave it there until at least Jan. 6, the day of the epiphany.

My best wishes to you for the upcoming year.

ps: thank you for wishing for many of my dreams to come true... it would be a scary thought to have all of them come true...


12/28/2005 8:30 pm

What you do is buy one of those little live Italian Stone Pines and then leave the whole setup intact for the next year. Lights, decorations and all.

If you need a quick change of scenery either throw a blanket over it for the evening or put it something with wheels and roll it outside for a breath of fresh air or some sunlight.

And if you'd like a whole new way to have fun with a piƱata at a kids party, pack one solid with cauliflour, broccoli, brussel sprouts, and chopped carrots and celery.

And be sure to have a good camcorder on hand to catch the expressions on the kids faces when they finally bash it open.

Happy New Years to you tutu.


tillerbabe 57F

12/29/2005 1:31 am

Take the tree down? You're supposed to take it down!?!?!?
Jan 2..after the hangover has subsided. (I get so..uh, attached!)
Thank you for the kind words.."DITTO" to you! {=}

AlbertPrince 59M

12/29/2005 6:09 am

It's usually just when I get round to it

norprin5 56M

12/29/2005 7:33 am

tree comes down before New Year's Eve. definitely long enough.

and you have a safe, happy and prosperous new year too, lovely tigger!

King Nor XVIII

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