November is here and we all know what that means: brands everywhere are already talking about Christmas. Like, seriously? We have a whole month to enjoy before December and we should recognize November as more than just the month between Halloween and Christmas. Someone on Twitter created the hastag #DejenVivirANoviembre (Let November Live) for a tongue-in-cheek protest over early Christmas decorating. And people ran with it:
This person presented Christmas as a greedy, violent “holiday jacker.”
— Katheryn (@solvicki) November 3, 2016
“He didn’t have personality. Now, you all need act right or else. We need more space,” says a mean Christmas tree holding a gun.
Some people are begging for everyone to wait before they start singing Christmas carols.
— sandra lily acosta (@Sandralula) November 3, 2016
“#LetNovemberLive, not yet!!!!! It is the next month!!!!!”
Even your little fur companions are sick of this anti-November nonsense.
— Felipe Zuleta Lleras (@Fzuletalleras) November 3, 2016
Cat: “Hector… Drop the mistletoe and pick up turkey. It’s November, dammit!”
This person wants everyone to keep calm and just let November be.
— *Marlen* (@MarlyMRestrepo) November 3, 2016
So much is at stake if we don’t take back November.
— JohannaFlorez ⚽⚽ (@LeidyFlorezz) November 3, 2016
Just imagine a world without the best and most underrated month of the year.
It’s like people have completely forgotten that there’s a month between October and December.
— La Papa Rellena (@jandres0908) November 3, 2016
“I’ll leave this here and slowly back away.”
It’s cute that you’re so excited to decorate but it can wait until December 1.
— Luis Carlos Cruz Z. (@luisk1978) November 3, 2016
S A M E
How are we supposed to keep the Christmas spirit and decorations feeling fresh for an extra month?!
— Karen Tatiana Duque (@KarenDuque) November 3, 2016
“My dad sent me the first Christmas decoration on NOVEMBER 3.”
November is more than just a filler month before Christmastime.
— LaLocaDeUnicornios (@locaunicornios) November 3, 2016
“November is the official supporting role of December.”
Unfortunately, some people are just too damn stubborn to admit that November exists and insist on decorating immediately.
— Luisa Suarez (@LuisaFernandaS_) November 3, 2016
Some people just won’t change.