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    Default Online shopping destroys Christmas magic?

    I didn't do anything online lol. I haven't reached the online gang yet! I'm old school

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    Default Online shopping destroys Christmas magic?

    I love trying to find the perfect present, wrapping it & then seeing g their reaction. That's where the magic is for whether its online or in store.

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    I have to shop online. Id much rather go into a store.

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    Default Online shopping destroys Christmas magic?

    Christmas shopping isn't magical to me lol it's stressful and I love that I can do it online now lol

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    Default Online shopping destroys Christmas magic?

    I prefer to shop for the bulk of presents online then i don't have to lug it all around and can enjoy shopping for the smaller things in the stores

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    Default Online shopping destroys Christmas magic?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChickyBee View Post
    I love trying to find the perfect present, wrapping it & then seeing g their reaction. That's where the magic is for whether its online or in store.
    ^ this!

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    Default Online shopping destroys Christmas magic?

    I don't think Christmas magic has anything to do with spending up big in shops. Have found it wonderful to get 100% of it done online.

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    i detest big shopping centres

    and at busy periods i avoid them at all costs.
    i love internet shopping - no parking, it's quiet, i can have a gin and tonic while i browse....lol.
    you get the best price, often find things that are so unique (especially etsy) and can perfectly match the gift to the person.

    then when it arrives it's like christmas because i'm excited to unwrap it

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    Default Online shopping destroys Christmas magic?

    Online shopping is the Xmas gift that will keep on giving year in, year out.

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    It's magical in the shops at this time of year?

    Okay, so there's Christmas music and decorations up... but it's hard to pay attention to it when you're dodging a million children running around like headless chickens, spending 45 minutes driving around hte carpark trying to get either in or out of it, or spending half an hour in a line just to buy your groceries. lol. I end up feeling rather raging, not magical.


 

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