Christmas tax

Isn’t it bad luck to leave your Christmas decorations up after Twelfth Night? If so, there are a lot of people tempting fate all over New York City right now. (Incidentally, the bottom example of seasonal slobbery is on Sara, the New Yorker’s apartment block. I wasn’t hanging around her block wishing she were here and we could hang together outside her block, honest. I was helping my old uni friend Sheila move in. She’s subletting Sara’s flat while she’s away after being introduced by me. And so our lives overlap further).




2 thoughts on “Christmas tax

  1. We always call the neighbors who leave their Xmas trees and decorations up well into January the alcoholics of the neighborhood. Ski towns are the exception.

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