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Surprise: It’s Christmastime!

A worker walks past a 76-foot tall Norway Spruce, from Shelton, CT, while it is prepared to be hoisted into position as the 2013 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree on November 8, 2013 in New York City. The tree comes from the Vargoshe family, it was likely planted in the 1950s.
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Sure, it may seem like Halloween just happened and Thanksgiving is still two weeks away, but a 76-foot Norway spruce from Shelton, Connecticut, turned up in Rockefeller Center today, so yep, it’s official. The upside: ’Tis the season to listen to Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”

Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images
Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images
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You could hold off a little bit longer, but why fight it?

Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Already Here