Friday, December 01, 2017

Your Turn

Do you prefer Christmas shopping online or in person?

28 comments:

Former CNN Anchor Candy Crowley said...

This year, I am only hanging candy canes on my tree that are in mint condition.

MontanaMarriott said...

I shop online but I do go to the Malls not to shop but to see the Christmas decorations.

Lynn said...

Definitely online 😬

sandybrook said...

I do a little of both, as little as humanly possible.

Seachica said...

I am now only giving experiences, because my friends and family don’t need any material goods.

americanpanda said...

online except for the gift cards ill run to target or cvs. from thanksgiving till at .east two weeks after xmas i stay away from the stores. i can't deal with people

Dog Mom said...

online x 100000000000000000000

just sayin' said...

hahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahhahaha, good one, enty!

Do Tell said...

Online by far for almost everything.

Elle Kaye said...

In person before thanksgiving, online after, and in person Christmas Eve; by then we’re all in it together so people aren’t as grumpy.

Florin said...

100% online

Drama said...

Oh lordy, online only. Everyone becomes a total asshole once december 1st rolls around.

David Howes said...

We shocked our grown "kids" with 'Gift-less Christmas' this year.

I shop mostly online now.(Our daughter schooled me how.)

Truthseeker said...

My son is grown, and lives to far away, my entire family actually, so I buy for my dog and my grandkids, those i get exclusively online so they ship, and that means, Amazon takes all my money. My 12 year old pup is getting a new dog bed, and I branched out and ordered it from Sears. ;) only because I had some free points or something of the sort that amounted to about 15 bucks off.
For my husband, we do not really do much for each other, I liked to hit the local hippy store and get him some gifts of crystals. I am cheap at the holidays.

just sayin' said...

i'm old enough to remember trying to order the first "available online" items from fao schwartz in the late 90's. their customer service was so bad (phone agents were in the dark that these items existed). i remember thinking, "online shopping's such a great idea but it'll never take off".

Count Jerkula said...

My kid is the only one i wrap gifts for. Everyone else gets gift cards. Usually get his "big present" online, then go to a store to browse for smaller stuff.

Alexandria Anna said...

You're dad goals af Count, that's raaad!

OB said...

Its fucking frightening that loser is someone's father

AngryLiberalKTS. said...

Online, yikes

N. Twinkie said...

In person the day after Christmas

Fairylights said...

Online except for stocking stuffers, I'm not a fan of battling the crowds.

bekH said...

Online and with Ebates. It’s free $$$! https://go.ebat.es/imsk/0LZCrpoGfE

Count Jerkula said...

@DoubleA: thank you.

@OB: not as frightening as yer rancid cunt. I hear that for $10 you will stand 20' away from a picnic, to draw the flies away.

Spiney said...

Online for sure at the Goopstore...
“Like me you will admire how Gwyneth just refuses to be held back by facts”.
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/lostinshowbiz/2017/nov/30/have-a-happy-homeopathic-christmas-with-gwyneth-paltrow?CMP=soc_567

Deborah Sattler said...

The difference between Capitalism and Socialism is
With Socialism, people get everything they need from The State
With Capitalism, people get everything they need from Amazon.

Zophie Enzo said...

Online. I despise crowds. And the older I get, the less I like going shopping at all, which I used to love.

MC98033 said...

My family no longer does Christmas gifts. The last thing any of us needs is more mass produced crap made by third world slaves ending up in over full landfills. Fck this mass orgy of consumerism. Sing some carols, cook some beautiful food, and spend time together instead.

just sayin' said...

+1,000,000 mc98033. watching black friday crowds on tv scares me for the future of society. we had a crash in 2008 when credit was way too easy and people refinanced their homes to buy more crap, accessorize their homes like the rich and famous, or pay off credit card bills. hoped people learned from it, but it's starting all over again.

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