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View Poll Results: What is your favorite month of the year?

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  • January

    2 2.50%
  • February

    5 6.25%
  • March

    3 3.75%
  • April

    4 5.00%
  • May

    3 3.75%
  • June

    6 7.50%
  • July

    4 5.00%
  • August

    2 2.50%
  • September

    7 8.75%
  • October

    23 28.75%
  • November

    12 15.00%
  • December

    9 11.25%
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Thread: Favorite month of the year?

  1. #51
    Obsession. Array Lethe's Avatar
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    I love certain areas of the month more than the entire month itself.

    The List:

    1. (all of) December!
    2. (late) October
    3. (mid-late) November
    4. (early) April
    5. (late) March

    Dislike summer days.
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  2. #52
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    November. For many reasons:
    I love autumn
    My birthday is Novemember 25
    Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday
    I love to bake!! I get to really bake my heart out for Thanksgiving. Not just for the one day but I bake lots of goodies in anticipation for the holiday just to get folks in the spirit of the holiday...but then I get a head start on that in October. Tonight I'm baking pumkin bread! I just couldn't wait to get started!
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  3. #53
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    Two way tie between November and December.

    November means a lot of time off (from school), rapid change in weather. It's getting cold and the northern winds bring down snow from Canada. No green anymore, just windy, cloudy, and brisk. I love it, it's the ideal climate for me. Thanksgiving is surprisingly one of my most favorite holidays just because of the company with family, the great food, the smells, the pumpkin pie, etc etc. I love November. It's mysterious and cool.

    December is the richest month of the year, in my opinion. Again, little school, snow moves in full force, it's really cold, and there are just so many festivities...and I love festivities. Hanukkah (not a Jew), Christmas, St. Nicholas Day, it's just full of meaning and celebration. Christmas is probably the happiest time for me. Decorating around the house, warm dinners, the crackling fire place, cold snowy nights, thick blankets, christmas tree, christmas lights...MMmm.

    Sorry for ramblin', I'm getting all excited!
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  4. #54


    June. It's finally consistently warm, but not quite as hot as July and August. Also, no holidays.

  5. #55
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    Anytime between June through September, perfect for heading to the lake, camping, and driving around with the windows down and stereo blasting

  6. #56
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    mm..june was always my favorite because it was mildly warm, but not too hot, and it still rained..
    and because it's a good month for shows and festivals and stuff like that. plus, school ends in june. my birthday's in there somewhere too.

    this past june was hot as satan's hooves, though. drag.

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  7. #57


    I had to go with January, 'cause I love the winter outdoorsy things.
    Skiing, Skating, Forts, Hikes, and of course, catching snowflakes.
    Everything looks magical, all sparkly, and the air is so fresh, clean.
    Stupid people piss me off....
    no wonder I get angry with myself!!! lol

  8. #58
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    I love the fall season. Everything is getting ready for winter, but it is not winter yet. Although I can also enjoy winter, I usually enjoy winter by appreciating that I am not out in it, and that I am inside where it is cozy somewhere. However, in October you can both get outside and enjoy the fall colors and changes, and also curl up inside at night while it begins to get colder.
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    When all I want to do is strip away these stilled constraints
    And crush this charade, shred this sad, masquerade"

  9. #59
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    November, it's not searing hot nor is it super cold. My state has the best winter golfing weather.

  10. #60


    September and October is the best time of the year. Fall is such a cool season, id add November too but its already too cold by then, and dead.

    Voted September since my birthday's the first day of Autumn, a great day for all of humanity.

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