15 Signs You're The Christmas-Obsessed Friend In Your Circle.
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15 Signs You're The Christmas-Obsessed Friend In Your Circle.

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15 Signs You're The Christmas-Obsessed Friend In Your Circle.
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Between the smell of gingerbread lattes and the clanging of Salvation Army bells, the Christmas season is definitely upon us. While most people draw ample pleasure from shopping or a song or two, there's always that one friend who's completely obsessedwith the most wonderful time of the year. Below are fifteen signs that you're the crazed, Christmas-obsessed friend in your circle.

1. You refuse to listen to anything but Christmas music during the entire month of December

~*Bonus points if you have your own holiday playlist*~

2. Your house/dorm/apartment is decked floor-to-ceiling in Christmas decorations

3. You make extensive shopping lists for presents to buy your friends and family

Because every gift has to be perfect

4. You frequently engage in Christmas movie marathons

5. ...and never miss a night of ABC Family's 25 Days of Christmas

6. When you're not watching Christmas movies, you're out shopping for gifts

...and admiring the decorations in all of the stores

7. You own several Christmas-themed clothing items, and wear them proudly

8. You're a master at wrapping presents

...and obsessively coordinate all of your paper and bows

9. You have a checklist of Christmas activities that help to boost your holiday spirits

10. ...and force your less-festive friends to participate in all of them

Secret Santa, anyone?

11. You waited all year for the holiday beverages and cups to be released at Starbucks

...and were secretly a little pissed off when they got rid of the Christmas designs on the cups.

12. The wallpaper on your phone and computer is reflective of your undying love for the holidays

13. While most people love warm weather, you're dreaming of a white Christmas

14. Besides wrapping gifts, you're also a professional baker of all foods Christmas

15. But most of all, you want everyone else to enjoy the magic of Christmas as much as you do!

...and after it's all over, you find yourself suffering from PCD (Post-Christmas Depression), until it's time to start back up again next year!

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