It's not even Christmas Day yet but I've already taken my tree down – people say it's far too early but I don't care | The Sun

It's not even Christmas Day yet but I've already taken my tree down – people say it's far too early but I don't care | The Sun

12/24/2022

IT'S not even Christmas yet.

But one woman has already taken her Christmas tree down, insisting she doesn't feel festive at all this year.



Kerrie took to her TikTok page to share a video of her other half dismantling the tree in the corner of the room, as she wrote over the top: "'You can't take the Christmas tree down before Christmas.''

"Straight in the bin," she added in the caption.

People were quick to comment on the video, with one writing: "Aww Kerrie wish I could take mine down, never felt less Christmas in my life."

To which Kerrie replied: "It’s mad isn’t it! I would say this is the worst year as in not feeling Christmasy at all!

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"Where’s the snow lol!"

"why do you take it down so early?" another questioned.

With Kerrie answering: "Cause I’m the grinch."

"Why ? It’s not even Christmas Day, my kids would be upset if I decided to take mine down before santas even been," someone else asked.

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As Kerrie responded: "My kids ain’t here thou."

"How dare you do want you want with your own tree in your own house!" someone else joked.

"Happy Christmas guys."

To which Kerrie replied: "we ain’t even staying here for Christmas so we just thought makes more sense!"

And while some insisted it's far too early to take the tree down, others said they'd be following in Kerrie's footsteps.

"Mines gone down today too," one wrote.

"Mines going down Christmas night I’ve fall into it twice now it’s just in the way," another admitted.

As a third commented: "Mines literally going down Boxing Day, had enough just doesn’t feel like Christmas at all for me."

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