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  • Christmas hates you and everything you love. The time to defeat Xmas once and for all is now.
  • and this is about how high i go when decorating for the solstice

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  • Against some foes any measure is justified.

    /The war on Christmas should involve white phosphorus.
  • davidphogan: Christmas hates you and everything you love. The time to defeat Xmas once and for all is now.


    It can't be bargained with. It can't be reasoned with. It doesn't feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.
  • christmas will be defeted
  • I always found the whole "War on Christmas" to be overblown in the first place.

    There's nothing wrong with trying to be inclusive and it's a shame that any attempts to do so are automatically seen as a war on Christmas. There's also nothing wrong with someone wishing you a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays or Season's Greetings. Just be glad someone chose to say something nice to try to pick up your spirits.

    Spend less time worrying about the specifics of the greeting and more time feeling good about the spirit.
  • I'll add that "Holiday Tree" is bull.

    It's a CHRISTMAS TREE. Anyone calling it a Holiday Tree needs to get over themselves.
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    SUCK ON THIS, APATHETIC HEATHENS!!
  • Rufus Lee King: Welcome to FARK, where someone's critical injuries are just funny as hell.


    You answered yourself right there. Also, that's why I'll only be putting up lights on the porch railings this weekend. Ladders and I don't mix very well.
  • Rufus Lee King: Welcome to FARK, where someone's critical injuries are just funny as hell.


    everything is just funny as hell.
  • Happy Holidays goes back to Irving Berlin and Bing Crosby. Does anyone seriously want to argue that they were Muslim infiltrators?
  • Galvatron Zero: I always found the whole "War on Christmas" to be overblown in the first place.

    There's nothing wrong with trying to be inclusive and it's a shame that any attempts to do so are automatically seen as a war on Christmas. There's also nothing wrong with someone wishing you a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays or Season's Greetings. Just be glad someone chose to say something nice to try to pick up your spirits.

    Spend less time worrying about the specifics of the greeting and more time feeling good about the spirit.


    Whenever someone makes a point of correcting me when I say "Happy Holidays" by saying "Merry Christmas", I remind them that Christmas is on the 25th and they should only say it then.

    /Pissed that Christmas decorations go up shortly after Halloween, ignoring Thanksgiving completely.
  • Sol was not happy with that whole Jesus' birthday thing.
  • GreatGlavinsGhost: Galvatron Zero: I always found the whole "War on Christmas" to be overblown in the first place.

    There's nothing wrong with trying to be inclusive and it's a shame that any attempts to do so are automatically seen as a war on Christmas. There's also nothing wrong with someone wishing you a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays or Season's Greetings. Just be glad someone chose to say something nice to try to pick up your spirits.

    Spend less time worrying about the specifics of the greeting and more time feeling good about the spirit.

    Whenever someone makes a point of correcting me when I say "Happy Holidays" by saying "Merry Christmas", I remind them that Christmas is on the 25th and they should only say it then.

    /Pissed that Christmas decorations go up shortly after Halloween, ignoring Thanksgiving completely.


    After Halloween?

    What magically place do you live in? Cause I spotted the first trees lights and ribbons going up in September.
  • GreatGlavinsGhost: Galvatron Zero: I always found the whole "War on Christmas" to be overblown in the first place.

    There's nothing wrong with trying to be inclusive and it's a shame that any attempts to do so are automatically seen as a war on Christmas. There's also nothing wrong with someone wishing you a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays or Season's Greetings. Just be glad someone chose to say something nice to try to pick up your spirits.

    Spend less time worrying about the specifics of the greeting and more time feeling good about the spirit.

    Whenever someone makes a point of correcting me when I say "Happy Holidays" by saying "Merry Christmas", I remind them that Christmas is on the 25th and they should only say it then.

    /Pissed that Christmas decorations go up shortly after Halloween, ignoring Thanksgiving completely.


    Real thanksgiving is before halloween anyway. :)

    Ah Canada. Where news reporters can still use the term "Christmas lights" without worry about someones feelings getting hurt. (apart from the guy who fell off the roof)
  • Let the Christians take the boring stupid shiat out of Christmas and let the rest of us keep the fun stuff. The trees, the presents, the getting drunk and having a good time with your friends and family. Yeah we'll keep doing that, you christians can keep going to church on the 25th and stop whining about what a good time everyone else is having with the traditions you coopted and are seeking to reject.
  • Galvatron Zero: Spend less time worrying about the specifics of the greeting and more time feeling good about the spirit.


    No. And you and I are now mortal enemies. I'll stab you with a candy cane if I have to.
  • eeyore102: yup


    Came for this, leaving satisfied.
  • ArkPanda: Happy Holidays goes back to Irving Berlin and Bing Crosby. Does anyone seriously want to argue that they were Muslim infiltrators?


    Fun Fact: Irving Berlin's real first name was Israel.
  • my new neighbor has c7 and c9 light bulbs from the 1960's on his house. damn it takes me back in time. back to when bulbs were still glass and they would burn through snow and ice with the heat they threw off. i remember neighborhood snowball fights because we would take off our gloves and warm our hands around the front yard tree that had the most lights. why not go inside to warm up? because mom said we can go outside once and not again because we will track all that snow and mud into the house. we'd freeze our bumskys off sledding and stuff knowing once we hit the kitchen floor we had to stay in. oh and the dumbasses would put these outside lights on the inside tree and then wonder how the tree caught on fire and burned the house down. good times. dad would give me a little bit of money to buy new bulbs to replace burnt out ones. i learned to look and listen and rattle the bulbs and maybe get a filament to lip itself and work again and i'd carefully place it so it wouldn't be jarred . so i'd get 1/4 of the bulbs to work again and pocket the money saying i replaced them.
  • Looks like Jeremiah was wrong about the supernatural abilities of festive holiday trees.

    The real meaning of christmas: murderous idols decorated with silver and gold.
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