Is a Parade with Santa at the end a week before Thanksgiving a bit too early? Thanksgiving w/ Santa?
I can't remember where I heard it, but I think it's a tradition to have Santa at the rear of the Thanksgiving parade. Probably has something to do with Black Friday.
everything about x-mas is too early these days. it's called greedy .
by The Friendly Web Guy 24 months ago
Why do people put up Christmas decorations before Thanksgiving?
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by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
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Hallmark Channel is already playing Christmas movies - do you think its too early?
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