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Woman reveals she has done her Christmas shopping for next three years

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 6/10/2021 Belinda Cleary For Daily Mail Australia
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A super organised woman has shocked her friends by revealing she has already finished her Christmas shopping - for the next three years.

The woman posted her incredible present stash online, showing years worth of Christmas gifts wrapped and ready to go. 

'2021 ,2022 ,2023 Christmas gifts, all in individual gift bags with persons name and the year written on the gift tag,' she wrote alongside the collection of photos.

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And the haul left parents stunned.

'Well done. At least you know there is always an option to swap around gifts or add something. Basically a present box but already bagged. Good for you,' one mum wrote before admitting she often buys things ahead of time too.

'My mum would love this, she snaps up great deals like this too, good on you,' one woman said.

Some people revealed they would have caved and given their children the presents early. 

Others revealed what being well organised means to them over the Christmas period.

'And here’s me being impressed with myself if I buy all my presents by December 23rd and don’t have to brave the shops on Christmas Eve,' one mum laughed.

Some mums weren't convinced the ultra-organised gifting would go down well in their home.

'I'm curious about who these are for and what's in them. What my four-year-old liked last December is already so far removed from what she plays with now I can't imagine how I could make this work. I tend to buy for the person and what they need each year but if there's a way to be more efficient and still make generic presents appreciated each year I'm all ears,' one mum said.

'My kids change their minds the week before Christmas, so buying three years ahead would be a terrible waste,' said another. 

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Others worried if the toys were faulty there would be no way to take them back because they had been in the cupboard for years.

But the woman clarified hours after the initial post, explaining she doesn't have children. 

People still weren't convinced.

'This isn't a smart idea at all, it is stupid. People change a lot in three years,' one woman slammed.

'Too bad if they bought themselves whatever you have wrapped instead of waiting for it for three years,' said another.      

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