Discussion in 'Polls' started by warrior_squirrel21, Dec 19, 2008.
you didn't list "unfortunately" as an option
It's never unfortunate to celebrate xmas. You get presents and food and sheezy.
That's true Met, never thought of it that way.
You also get to look at that hot cousin you can never touch.
Yeah. I receive stuffed socks from the fireplace, watching traditional tv-shows in the morning, goes to church, sings, goes to church again, sings some more, goes home, spend time with my siblings and catching up with them, eating the grandest of meals, relaxing with the family, sings some more and then we open the presents together.
Well when I was a kid I used to feel much more happy and into the "Christmas spirit".
However once I started growing up I felt fed up with this "christmas spirit" which had nothing to do with real Christmas or at least the way they should be celebrated traditionally here.This western-type "Christmas spirit" was about Coca-Cola,a fat jolly guy from the North Pole called Santa Claus which we somehow renamed "Saint Basil" because the true gift-giver of these holidays at least for us here,was Saint Basil from Caesaria(now Turkey if it's that Caesaria),about some weird short elves helping Santa Claus,lots of Ernest movies and some other boring productions of the big screen which are being shown again and again every Christmas for the last 20 years,having turkey for dinner...decorating a Christmas tree(which I think is a german tradition)with as many ornaments as you can while it struggles to keep its branches on a straight line.
Oh that and the presents.But that's a good part.
Nope. I endure it.
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