‘Twas the Night before a Non-denominational Winter Holiday.

Via on Dec 2, 2011

Poor put upon majority Christians:

(click the above link for Jon Stewart’s take on the question)

I can’t stand Political Correctness. Fcuk it. Diversity recognizes differences and allows all of us to celebrate our heritage. That said, a room full of white folks laughing at the notion of all of us, whatever our background, enjoying the winter holidays? Oh boy.

Larry the Cable Guy-“Politically Correct” Christmas Story:

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5 Responses to “‘Twas the Night before a Non-denominational Winter Holiday.”

  1. Mike says:

    I don't enjoy Larry The Cable Guy. However, Lady of the Evening was kinda funny.

  2. Santa Glub says:

    I celebrate Frostfell!

    Frostfell has four significant days: Kinship Day – A time for families and friends to spend together, celebrating and renewing bonds

    Feasting Day – A shared day of feasting on all the bounty Norrathians have collected throughout the year.

    Gifting Day – Everyone gives and receives presents.

    Frostfell Day – The final day of celebration, spent in song (or for those races who can't be seen singing, quiet contemplation), parades, dancing, and other fun winter activities.

    It is a holiday that is well liked in the land of Norrath.

    • stingerjeep says:

      I love this! And frankly, it makes as much sense as Christmas (but don't you know that Christians would have a hissy if you actually said that out loud!).

  3. Andrea Balt Andréa Balt says:

    The kids aren't laughing. They know better.

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