Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Diogenes1, Dec 24, 2014.
I'm with you on this one.
If they don't like hearing Merry Christmas, too fucking bad. I don't like saying Happy Holidays.
The pussification of America ... letting non-Catholics usurp their prejudices over us. The Jews would never stand for that shit.
It's not like people say Merry Christmas to offend others.
the book writer is making a stance
nah ... no stance... it's just fricken ridiculous.
I don't care either way.
I try to say neither.
take walmart for example, al the employees are instructed to say only "Happy Holidays" to customers but sell tacky christmas shit on every aisle in the store.
I'm waiting tor the U.S. flag to be banned.
Always have also heard Happy Holidays thru the years, not really a new thing.
you watch, it will be changed some day to the United Nations of America flag . . .
it's new enough to be annoying.
a quilted patchwork of all the countries in the UN
out of the few hundred people I've come in contact with over the past week, not a one of them have said "Happy Holidays" nor have shown any visible disgust when told to have a Merry Christmas. but keep pretending there's an agenda
canada doesnt count
written in spanish
The song called Happy Holidays has been around since the early 40s.
It hasn't caught on in Canada yet Naz. Maybe next year.
Who wrote that?