Friday, December 25, 2015

Fact of the Day: Happy Holidays

While many conservative Christians have been upset about the phrase "Happy Holidays" the saying also includes traditional American holidays like Thanksgiving, and New Years. Other holidays include Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and the Winter Solstice. Most of the world's major religions have at least one holiday somewhere between November and January. 

11 comments:

  1. My best wishes and blessings for you darling!
    Happy Holidays~
    xx

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  2. When do you and your wife exchange gifts? We do ours at midnight. But you mentioned Daisy was trying to get some open early. Did she win? I hope so, it's fun to be silly.

    Happy Christmas.

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  3. One way to get them all in easily. Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays, I'll let you pick lol

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  4. There are different celebrations going on and saying happy holidays will honour all of them. Merry Christmas (or happy holidays :) to you and Daisy. I hope you have a great day.

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  5. I know people that think that only holidays like Christmas are real holidays too and they become angry when you say Happy New year or something else!

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  6. I think people will always find something to complain about:P Happy Holidays/Merry Christmas to you and Daisy:)

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  7. I had a Jewish friend wish me Merry Christmas yesterday! I had said 'Happy Holidays!

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  8. Not problem for me Adam!
    merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!!!

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  9. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. : )

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  10. Most cultures have end of year celebrations. The Romans had Saturnalia.

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