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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by jvanvliet, Dec 11, 2011.
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When people say "Happy Holidays" to me I answer with "what holiday is it?" so far everyone says its Christmas, then I say Merry Christmas to you!
I have to disagree. it is the overall holiday season to me. Thanksgiving through New Years. Today, Sunday, isn't Christmas, so why should I say Merry Christmas today? I say and prefer Happy Holidays. Why is that so offensive to people? I don't get it.
I say "Happy Festivus!"
It doesn't offend me at all. People can say "happy Kwanza", "Happy Chanuka", "Happy Holidays" makes no difference to me. My saying "Merry Christmas" shouldn't create a political "correct speech" firestorm.
And a Merry Bachanalia to you.
and here I thought "speach" was a talking peach
you guys are silly
I though I corrected that