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Nye Bevan

(25,406 posts)
Mon Nov 23, 2015, 10:12 PM Nov 2015

When do you usually take DOWN your Christmas tree? [View all]

21 votes, 1 pass | Time left: Unlimited
Between Christmas and New Years Day
4 (19%)
Around New Years Day
1 (5%)
A week or so after New Years Day
6 (29%)
Around Martin Luther King Day weekend
0 (0%)
Later than Martin Luther King Day weekend
0 (0%)
No tree for me
10 (48%)
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1993. or 1994. Memory gets fuzzy. Xipe Totec Nov 2015 #1
All Depends on when the holiday falls GP6971 Nov 2015 #2
Take it down? nt onehandle Nov 2015 #3
LOL that is what I was thinking. Kalidurga Nov 2015 #5
"Hey what does this switch do?" Initech Nov 2015 #9
Don't ask Homer! Behind the Aegis Nov 2015 #12
That's where I got that joke from! Initech Nov 2015 #15
I thought you might have! Behind the Aegis Nov 2015 #17
Six degrees of The Simpsons. Initech Nov 2015 #19
you beat me to it! niyad Nov 2015 #23
Always after New Years. cwydro Nov 2015 #4
Usually within a week after New Year's Day. Not that we're Catholic or anything like that, and need BlueCaliDem Nov 2015 #6
Twelfth night struggle4progress Nov 2015 #7
Our Irish tradition had it come down on 'Little Christmas,' January 6 pinboy3niner Nov 2015 #8
My dad always called it that. When I grew up, any gifts I sent late I'd always add... Hekate Nov 2015 #37
Usually get the old one down in time to put the new one up. HubertHeaver Nov 2015 #10
No tree for me. JeffHead Nov 2015 #11
What about those of us with a Chanukkah Bush? Behind the Aegis Nov 2015 #13
Please don't take this the wrong way.. aidbo Nov 2015 #36
January 6th... Ron Obvious Nov 2015 #14
Epiphany Tree-Hugger Nov 2015 #16
January 6 kydo Nov 2015 #18
I do January 6 also, but an Episcopal priest friend of mine argues that the Christmas season... markpkessinger Nov 2015 #31
1st Trash Day After New Years. Basic LA Nov 2015 #20
I was raised... W_HAMILTON Nov 2015 #21
Never heard the thing about not washing clothes on New Years, but . . . markpkessinger Nov 2015 #32
my landlady and dearest friend in the world kept her tree up year round..... spanone Nov 2015 #22
Usually -I- do not take down the tree. HereSince1628 Nov 2015 #24
Sometimes before NYE bigwillq Nov 2015 #25
After the needles gather on the floor. A few falling is ok, a bunch and out it goes uppityperson Nov 2015 #26
The three wise guys, er, men take it down on January 6. I had an epiphany about this ... kwassa Nov 2015 #27
Bwaaaaa. Hekate Nov 2015 #38
We left ours up last year d_r Nov 2015 #28
around January 14 - Ukrainian New Years Laura PourMeADrink Nov 2015 #29
I'm a bit of a traditionalist about this . . . markpkessinger Nov 2015 #30
Why the rush to put it up so early? Reter Nov 2015 #34
You would have gotten along very well with my mother (nt) Nye Bevan Nov 2015 #35
20% here are insane Reter Nov 2015 #33
No tree, a Festivus Pole Yorktown Nov 2015 #39
One year in February, last year it was April ... slipslidingaway Nov 2015 #40
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