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Nov 22, 2015

How to decorate the Christmas tree in November

As December is getting near and Christmas too, I have found an easy way to solve all so-called groundings for doing something early: decorating a Christmas tree.

There is a little of a month before Christmas, but a little longer for me, since I celebrate it on January 7 (they like decorating after December 25).

In fact, my mom has told me that December 25 is a suitable date to decorate the Christmas tree but I don't wanna make it suitable, since snow has just arrived to my area and I was just looking on a way to do it a little different: decorate it in November (yes, today, since a store in my street that I live, already has decorations! :D)

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So, let's get started.

1. If a person persists you to delay your decoration, never agree.

If you agree, it'll make you a stupid person who thinks that December 25 is nothing. According to a fictional belief, "decorating the Christmas tree after December 25 makes you an Orthodox obsessed person."

Think that your house is a shop where Christmas trees are just decorated. And then don't get attempted to simply hate that it's just November and that you want to decorate because of snow.

2. Prepare to hear no.

If you hear no, prepare slowly to agree with the person going on an other way. The so-called "other" way refers to just wanting to decorate the Christmas tree. Deal it into periods.

3. Find decorations.

Now that it's November, start decorating the Christmas tree! In your room the tree can be tall, with the maximum height being 1.5m (approx. 5 ft). Now begin decorating. You can put the broken baubles on the back on the tree, so that they could not be seen to the public thinking that your Christmas tree is garbage.

4. Lock the door of the room the tree is in!

Avoid getting grounded! So, prepare to lock the door of the room the Christmas tree is in. If someone asks you did you decorate the tree, say no and think that it was simply left locked in the bag it was before you began decorating.

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