We hear a lot about "they". "They" are taking Christ out of Christmas. "They" are ruining it for everyone. "They" are forcing companies to say Happy Holidays when they really want to say Merry Christmas.
Seem to be a lot more talk about they than examples of they. How much is real, how much is tantrums, paranoia and exaggeration?
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Answer by older at 6:56 PM on Nov. 24, 2012
Sorry this is just too appropriate:
I don't believe in Jesus but, I celebrate Christmas. It's fun (except for all the crowds at the mall & all of the expense). I grew up doing so, so it's a part of my hertiage. However, I realize that other people have had different upbringings and are from different cultures. So, I say the general "Happy Holidays", unless I specifically know someone's beliefs.
Answer by 3libras at 5:46 PM on Nov. 26, 2012
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