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Super Contributor
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that goes with the winter clothing to

Occasional Contributor
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Re: No Christmas in July please

YES !!  Totally agree, cannot stand it.Smiley Frustrated

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Re: No Christmas in July please

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Nevermind.

Esteemed Contributor
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Re: No Christmas in July please

Some (like me) actually like it and do buy!!!  It is probably a big money maker also so who are they going to cater to - the few that do not like it or those that are bringing in profits?  Gee, that is a rough one!

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Re: No Christmas in July please

Christmas in July is big business actually, not just for QVC. Lots of places have Christmas in July events, activities and even radio stations play Christmas music and I believe it's Hallmark that has holiday movies in July. Also campgrounds have Christmas in July parties. 

 

It's a nice diversion from oppressive heat, and Christmas anytime of year is fine with me! I love it!

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Re: No Christmas in July please

Deal with it.

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Re: No Christmas in July please

I don't ever watch any of those shows and I have more than enough decorations as it is. I don't think about Christmas until after Halloween anyway. 

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Re: No Christmas in July please

It would be worth buying if  prices were more of a sale  not the piddley $4-5 and then you still pay shipping ...

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Re: No Christmas in July please

These posts that complain about disliking Christmas In July will be followed by:  Why hasn't my order been received?  Why hasn't my kid's Christmas gift been shipped yet?  Come on QVC, where are my Christmas items?  It happens every year!  I enjoy the presentations, for the most part, and they help me to prepare for what I want to buy and to budget my money.  There are many shows that I don't like but I don't complain.  To each his own, right?

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Re: No Christmas in July please

My opinion on Christmas in July, whether you like it or cannot stand it, is that

you can voice your opinion.  Many other subjects on the forum has opinions

good and bad.  So be it.  We don't have to be lemmings and fall in step on 

every subject.  This is what makes topics interesting.  If you love Christmas in

July, that's fantastic.  You have something to watch on TV that you enjoy 

watching.  If you don't like the shows, you have the right to say so.   You 

don't have to sit back and not say anything.  Everyone has the right to say

yea or nay to any subject that they choose.  So continue on out there in the 

land of forum.