Does Christmas represent for you a loss of money?

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@R3fl3XioN (3215)
France
December 18, 2006 1:32pm CST
Does Christmas represent for you a loss of money? I don't think Christmas represent a loss of money! It's the tradition!! M.E.R.R.Y. C.H.R.I.S.T.M.A.S.
6 responses
• United States
18 Dec 06
No,it doesn't mean a loss of money. Why do you think that? It's a time to give and be happy giving.
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@R3fl3XioN (3215)
• France
18 Dec 06
Sometimes christmas is expensive.
• United States
18 Dec 06
Oh, it can be expensive. But you can make things for gifts, or bake goodies instead. All will be appreciated I'm sure. And, then you will not have to go into debt. Thank you for the + rating. I am trying to answer a lot of your posts. Thanks for being my friend.
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@R3fl3XioN (3215)
• France
18 Dec 06
Ok thanks you. Tomorrow i will respond your discussions.
• India
18 Dec 06
never... it is the best part of the season and u must learn to enjoy it
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• Nigeria
18 Dec 06
yes it does especially when i am not working..
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@kristi73 (257)
• United States
18 Dec 06
Nope I only spend what I feel is needed and I don't buy for to many people. I don't think it Christmas should be all about the presents and who gets the best stuff. It is a whole lot more than that to me.
@MrsFrizzle (1964)
• United States
18 Dec 06
I live pay check to pay check. So christmas is very hard to pull off. Somehow we have alwas been able to do it. We have such a large family and It is just to much. I wish gifts where not as importnat.
@kenoro (327)
• Netherlands
18 Dec 06
I would say a gain in money. Even if there is a loss, it doesn't mean to say it is a 'loss'. As you said it is a tradition! Not something I, personally, would link to money.