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What's Your Favorite Holiday?
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post Dec 23 2005, 08:26 AM
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QUOTE(Cheez_n_ Maeve @ Dec 23 2005, 06:46 AM) [snapback]332803[/snapback]

QUOTE(Slashrose1010 @ Dec 22 2005, 05:31 PM) [snapback]332623[/snapback]

Oi, the only thing I don't like so much is the commercialization. It totally ruins the actual meaning of these holidays.

Yeah, you're so right. And there's always those stupid people with they heads up their butts who complain about anything to do with Christianity or religion in general. In Pasadena, California there is actually a Jewish owned store in a mall that actually (finally) faught back to be able to stand up this huge manorah (please excuse my spelling if i spelled that wrong- its 2:41 am) in the mall. And they were allowed! Which I think is really cool because not only is it a "religious symbol" but also a symbol of hope. Go Jews! (No, Im not Jewish.)


haha, i totally agree, nice line - "Go Jews"
I'm actually jewish, so my favorite holiday would have to be chanukah, 8 days of food and presents, hell yea! laugh.gif
(and don't worry about the spelling; it's Menorah with an "e" but it doesn't matter)
it's pretty sweet too, b/c for my non-jewish friends, we sometimes get together to have a Chrismukkah party around this time (Christmas and Chanukah fall on the same day this year!) - so it's all good holiday fun and partying cool.gif
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post Dec 23 2005, 11:11 AM
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QUOTE(Cheez_n_ Maeve @ Dec 23 2005, 06:46 AM) [snapback]332803[/snapback]

Yeah, you're so right. And there's always those stupid people with they heads up their butts who complain about anything to do with Christianity or religion in general.

Well, you have to figure in the fact that originally Christmas couldn't have less to do with Christianity.


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QUOTE(What, no bacon? @ Dec 23 2005, 12:55 AM) [snapback]332703[/snapback]

Arbor Day. It's the only day of the year when I can hug all the trees I want and nobody looks at me funny.


laugh.gif What a fine choice. I like Arbor Day as well, though, I would still 'hug trees' anyway. I am sure some of my hippie friends would join me as well.


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...halloween...cause you can be whoever you want for a day...

...and chinese new year...laugh.gif


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post Dec 23 2005, 12:42 PM
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QUOTE(Cheez_n_ Maeve @ Dec 23 2005, 03:46 AM) [snapback]332803[/snapback]

Yeah, you're so right. And there's always those stupid people with they heads up their butts who complain about anything to do with Christianity or religion in general. In Pasadena, California there is actually a Jewish owned store in a mall that actually (finally) faught back to be able to stand up this huge manorah (please excuse my spelling if i spelled that wrong- its 2:41 am) in the mall. And they were allowed! Which I think is really cool because not only is it a "religious symbol" but also a symbol of hope. Go Jews! (No, Im not Jewish.)


I bet nobody complained about the nativity scene now did they?

I love how american is based on freedom of religion yet this wanker christians piss and moan about other people celebrating the season as they see fit. News flash! Not everyone is kristian!

(Christian spelled with a 'k' just for the kooky cristians out there)
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QUOTE(What, no bacon? @ Dec 22 2005, 11:55 PM) [snapback]332703[/snapback]

Arbor Day. It's the only day of the year when I can hug all the trees I want and nobody looks at me funny.


Unfortunately, because of the fact that Arbor day is not featured in commercials nor does it come with pressure to take the day off of work or spend unholy amounts of money in it's celebration, most average citizens will let Arbor day pass by none the wiser, and thus will still look at you funny when you hug your trees. sad.gif


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It's all about insecurity, really. Anything that doesn't fit into their narrow view of the world, they perceive as a threat. Hence all this crapola about a 'war on Christmas'.


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It's all about insecurity, really. Anything that doesn't fit into their narrow view of the world, they perceive as a threat. Hence all this crapola about a 'war on Christmas'.


I thought "War on Christmas" was just a Daily Show gag. mellow.gif Imo, people gripe too much on both side of that debate, and thus it's much more fun to laugh about all of it and go on with your own personal celebration.

Happy Politically Correct Non-Denominational Celebration Day to all of you. <3!


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Tied between Christmas and Halloween. Love every holiday I can be with people I love though! biggrin.gif


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QUOTE(Toby-Chan @ Dec 23 2005, 11:51 AM) [snapback]332866[/snapback]

Happy Politically Correct Non-Denominational Celebration Day to all of you. <3!


That's why I started telling people Happy Festvus. It has no religious background. It's safe for now.
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i like veterans day, casue that is when we celebrate all the people who has help us get to were we are today. brave people that fought for our freedom and for a better world for everyone.*cry*


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QUOTE(What, no bacon? @ Dec 23 2005, 02:46 PM) [snapback]332864[/snapback]

It's all about insecurity, really. Anything that doesn't fit into their narrow view of the world, they perceive as a threat. Hence all this crapola about a 'war on Christmas'.


i'm personally glad that i have friends of all backgrounds - i can celebrate my religious holiday with theirs, and they with mine, etc.
--this time of yr. is really about spreading love, joy, and hope for the future, nomatter what holiday you specifically celebrate...
again, Happy Holidays to all cool.gif

** @Demonhunter399 - yea veterans day is huge; to honor the memories of fallen soldiers who fought for us is extremely heartfelt and important **

Edit: (this is based on a recent article in the newspaper that i read) did anyone know that in the House of Reps. they recently voted for a resolution to ban a public display of Happy Holidays if the intention is for Christmas? - pretty much this means that u must say Merry Christmas if the majority of ppl celbrate and want it and imply nothing else or something like that (i didn't understand the whole article, it was weird)
-- but the whole "war on Christmas" is getting out of hand, and now congressman think ppl. are attacking the holiday - it's ridiculous, i hope it doesn't get passed in the senate otherwise crazy pres. Bush might actually go with it (and according to the paper, it said when someone brought an identical resolution with Channukah, Kwanzaa and Ramadaan in it, it was argued over) O'riely and his political friends are really going overboard.


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I bet nobody complained about the nativity scene now did they?

I love how american is based on freedom of religion yet this wanker christians piss and moan about other people celebrating the season as they see fit. News flash! Not everyone is kristian!

(Christian spelled with a 'k' just for the kooky cristians out there)

Well you have people like that everywhere. No matter what religion or non religion. Haha. And in fact there is no nativity scene. Nativity scenes happen to be even more offensive than manorahs, or at least it is here. God forbid if you dare say "Merry Christmas". But you are right about those annoying, as you put it Kristians, who are always pissing and moaning. They say they are christians but are really a bunch of bored, whiney, selfish jerks who seem to have no lives but to ruin other peoples happyness to make themselves feel important. People like that give a bad name to any religion or atheist.


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