1) ‘Tis the season to be jolly.
The phrase is taken from a Christmas carol.It serves as a reminder to put on a happy face over the festive period.
2) Christmas comes but once a year.
The phrase is usually used as an excuse for overindulgence, whether on food or on gifts.
3) Deck the halls.
an old tradition of decorating the hall with branches from a holly tree. (also a name of a Christmas Carol).
4) Trim the tree.
an old expression means to decorate a pine tree with ornaments, lights, and other glittery bits.
5) Don’t get your tinsel in a tangle.
an expression means not to get stressed out trying to make Christmas perfect.
6) Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth.
an expression means to be grateful of a present even if it isn’t exactly what you wanted.
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