Is Christmas Over-commercialised?

France
November 9, 2006 6:52am CST
Personally I think it is. I'm not in this instance talking about the religious festival of Christmas, I'm talking about the wider secular midwinter festival that rather more people celebrate, coming together as a family to share a meal, gifts and company. In itself thats a lovely thing to do but I see so many people worried sick about buying gifts, outdoing themselves with food they won't eat and ingoring their ethics by buying batter raised turkeys to eat. What do you think?
3 responses
@Juli_angel (1063)
• Israel
12 Nov 06
mybe it did. but we still remember the reason why we Celebrate the hollyday.
• France
12 Nov 06
thank you for your comment :)
@anandra (267)
• Romania
12 Nov 06
yes i think it is. too much shining rapping paper and far too less genuine christmas spirit. it's just not the way it used to be...
@Ljorge (1497)
• United States
12 Nov 06
i do beleive its overcommercialized to a point. But i sure as he l l enjoy it !=o)