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When’s the time for Christmas music?

Baylie Hunsaker, Reporter

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As it gets closer to the end of the year, it gets closer to one holiday… CHRISTMAS! Now, we all have those friends that will start listening to Christmas music right after Halloween and then we have those friends who state you have to listen to it after Thanksgiving, but what do the students around us think?

I asked senior Patricia Noël four questions about her positions on listening to Christmas music.

Q: When do you think people should start listening to Christmas music? 

A: “I think that Christmas music should be listened to all year round.”

Q: How do you feel about those who listen to Christmas music before Thanksgiving?

A: “I am one of them, so I love those people.”

Q: When should you not listen to Christmas music?

A: “Never.”

Q: What is your favorite Christmas song?

A: “White Christmas”

After asking Patricia her questions I went to freshman Mandy Jordon to see how an underclassmen felt about them.

Q: When do you think people should start listening to Christmas music? 

A: “After Thanksgiving.”

Q: How do you feel about those who listen to Christmas music before Thanksgiving?

A: “It”s like a pet peeve of mine.”

Q: When should you not listen to Christmas music?

A: “From January to Thanksgiving.”

Q: What is your favorite Christmas song?

A: “Jingle Bells.”

In the end, many people have different thoughts about when Christmas music should be listened to and when it needs to stop.

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About the Writer
Baylie Hunsaker, Reporter

Baylie is in the 12th grade and attends Chelsea High School. She enjoys participating in the colorguard and works at Chick-Fil-a. Though Baylie is very good at school, she is often extremely busy and does not have time for anything else to be put on her plate. Her favorite subject is Spanish and her least enjoyed subject is English. She participates in SGA, Key Club, FTA, and Spanish Club. She has large plans for her future and is applying for the BYU’s, UAB, and Auburn University. She would also like to double major in Spanish and Business while embracing her spirit animal, a giraffe. –written by Chase Cowart

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