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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Christmas Music Overdose

Yes, it's a condition.Every year. The same thing. By the same people.And they don't learn. Do you want to know what I'm talking about? I think some of you already do. It's the Christmas Music Overdose. It's the playing of Christmas music two or three months BEFORE Christmas, and by the time Christmas rolls around, people are SICK of Christmas music. I know am. It happens every year, and every year I am sick of it even before the second week of December.

OMGoodness!!!

Must it always be this way!? I plead with you, oh dj's of America. Spare our ears! Don't start playing Christmas music till at least the end of November.There are only so many versions of a song a person can take before he/she begins to go crazy!(oh, wait, maybe that already happened)....hmmmm......*stares off*......


Oh, right, almost forgot. I have received my first Christmas gift of the year. The news that I get my braces off in one month. It was less than two years. OH YEAH!!!

2 comments:

Elizabeth said...

I know EXACTLY what you mean. My boss switched the radio to a Christmas station the day after Thanksgiving, and I'm about to go crazy. The two songs that almost make me homicidal at this point are the BARKING version of Jingle Bells and Miley's SCREAMING version of Santa Clause is Coming to Town. Yikes.
CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!! I went through braces for years and years and years... (5? maybe 6? I can't even remember, the periods of headgear and switching orthodontists and getting a Herbst appliance confuse me) but after the fact, I’m so glad I went through that! It definitely paid off. I’m so happy for you!!!!

band said...

We share your sentiments -- and that's a main reason why we conceived The LawTunes a dozen years ago, and introduced the unique genre of "legal holiday rock" as an alternative. Check out our clips from our rockin' new (and 6th) lawyer holiday gift album, "Yule Hear From Our Lawyers" at http://www.LawTunes.com, and render your own judgment, so to speak. Thank you.