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I love Christmas. I'm the type of person who will happily start dancing round the living room to Mariah Carey's 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' in the middle of October. Who cares it's, Christmas.
That said, I find it really difficult to understand people who can't stand the whole season. You know who I'm talking about - those negative Nancys who refuse to drink mulled wine because it's 'stupid', can't bear the thought of tucking into a dinner with all the trimmings, and refuse to buy an advent calendar.
YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE.
If the above does apply to you, your luck is about to change, meaning you can take part in the most wonderful time of year after all.
Ladies and gents, Whos and Grinches, I introduce to you, the Anti-Advent calendar...
Available on gift website Prezzybox, the Anti-Advent calendar is perfect for those who loathe Christmas more than Gemma Collins loathes playing games.
A description for the calendar reads: "We all remember how the Grinch stole christmas, now you can as well!
"Have a wonderfully macabre Christmas with this anti-advent calendar, filled to the brim with misfortune and dismay.
"Be filled with woe as you open each advent door to one of Pechkek's Misfortune Cookies, which are guaranteed to spread festive gloom.
"Fill the house with grim jokes, black humour and loud laughter and purchase one of these brilliant Anti-Advent Calendars!"
Costing £27.99 each, they won't break the bank if you want a spot of doom and gloom bringing to your door.
But if Christmas is your thing, you might be more inclined towards these Disney advent calendars...
The first one is The Micro Tsum Tsum calendar (which will be priced at £59.99). Expensive. But adorable...
The second is the Animators Little's calendar (which will be priced at £24.99).
You may have noticed that the Animators Little's calendar only has 24 doors, while the Tsum Tsum one has 25. Yeah, I don't get that either.
Each to their own, I guess.
Featured Image Credit: Universal Pictures/Prezzybox
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