The remaining of our pumpkins are being thrown away and aisles of mask and faux blood in the grocery store are being changed with mulled wine and introduction calendars, and John Lewis are famend for opting for this second to amp up the festive spirit.
Which is why, eagle eyed Twitter customers are suspecting that the new account BeneathTheMattress is a teaser for his or her new Christmas marketing campaign, as the brief video and easy hashtag echoes their earlier methods.
Does that imply the Christmas advert is losing this week? Oh boy, this has were given us simply the teeniest bit giddy…
Everyone is aware of the authentic countdown begins when the John Lewis advert drops, so we now not want to disguise our pleasure…
We can get started being obnoxiously festive to our scrooge coworkers, ‘cos they may be able to’t argue: if John Lewis says it is time, it is time.
It is universally said British reality that everybody is allowed to put on a Christmas jumper in public after the John Lewis advert is out, so we’re dashing to the retail outlets.
Bublé comes crawling again into our go-to playlist and we’re welcoming him again with open palms.
Lusting after Hugh Grant in Christmas motion pictures for 2 months? That’s EXACTLY what John Lewis would WANT us to do.
The custom of mulling the whole thing makes it socially appropriate to drink each night time and no one can pass judgement on. Wine? Mull it. Cider? Mull it. How bloody merry.
We know that when the advert formally releases, John Lewis will have a plethora of festive products that we should buy for our *cough* little cousin. Shopping baskets at the in a position…
And for *ourselves*, we can get started the hunt for the best birthday party get dressed, in pursuit of a mistletoe snog.
We’re making ready our refrigerator for the day the advert drops. Don’t be expecting us to spend an afternoon clear of a mince pie till January.
And after all, we all realise that in spite of pretending to be adults, we are not any much less excited than we had been when our age was once a unmarried digit.