Yes, Christmas. Not xmas, Not Happy Holidays. Merry Fucking Christmas. I'm of an old mind, where we as americans could say Merry Christmas, and nobody got pissed because I wasnt paying attention to someone else's name for the same frickin day. I'm Not an asshole, Im evil. There IS a difference, and I will illustrate it here. You see, I dont mind if someone celebrates Kwanzaa, Hanukkah or Ramadan or whatnot. Hell, as a Pagan worshipper, I generally dont follow all the traditions of Christmas anyway, so I couldn't judge people if I wanted to. All I'm saying is that people in general need to grow some friggin balls and learn that the universe doesnt revolve around them. That, in the grand picture, they are nothing more than dust in the macrocosm that is the universe. Besides, I'm happy that everyone has a reason to celebrate, regardless of the name by which they refer to it. Overall, I like how the world USED to be, and it's a damn shame it's gotten the way it is now, where kids only believe Christmas comes in a package. Newsflash: It doesnt. There are kids all over the world who dont get a thing for their celebration, And they are happy! Know why? Want in on the secret? Aight. IT'S BECAUSE THEY KNOW WHAT THE HOLIDAY IS REALLY ABOUT!!!!! It's about being together with your family, and/or those you love. Period. End of. Capiche?
Now that that is out of my system, I'm going to go eat lunch, and join my family for some bowling this Christmas.
However you say it, Merry Christmas, عيد ميلاد سعيد, Весела Коледа, Bon Nadal, 聖誕快樂, Veselé Vánoce, Glædelig jul, Rahulikke jõule, Iloista joulua , Joyeux Noël, Frohe Weihnachten, Καλά Χριστούγεννα, Jwaye Nwèl, חג שמח, क्रिसमस मुबारक हो, Boldog karácsonyt, Selama Natal, Buon Natale, メリー クリスマス , 메리 크리스마스 , Priecīgus Ziemassvētkus , Linksmų Kalėdų , God jul, Wesołych świąt, Feliz Natal, Crăciun fericit, С Рождеством, Veselé Vianoce, Vesel božič , Feliz Navidad, สุขสันต์วันคริสต์มาส, Mutlu Noeller, З Різдвом , Chúc mừng Giáng sinh, It all means the same thing.
Enjoy your holiday!