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written by Medeivalstargazer on Dec 25, 2007 17:31
Sooo just curious how everyone's holidays are going =] What holiday do you celebrate, if any? Do you get/give gifts? If so what? Tell us about your holiday. =]
written by Jaxe'd on Dec 25, 2007 20:56
I celebrate Christmas. I got a few items from ThinkGeek.com this year:

HEAD tag hat
Binary people shirt
Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius: 28 Build-It Yourself
Plasma Bulb Night Light
Palm-Z Mini Indoor R/C Airplane

w00t for me!
written by Mcwgogs on Dec 25, 2007 22:14
Since the holidays called by different names by different cultures have their origin in the winter solstice,
i acknowledge this fact and celebrate the holidays starting at winter solstice till new year.

Started with making a big strawberry flavored cake, and decorating the x-mas tree.
(all ornaments are red, although i couldn't find a black tree)
here's a lovely picture of it: http://img170.imageshack.us/img170/7751/satanmastreeta4.jpg

Now i enjoy my free time, indulging in good food without worrying about my diet, lots of time to sleep till noon, collecting money gifts from relatives, spending time with my love, and generally having a good time living.

In the later days of the week I'll buy some nice clothing, books, and I'll gather resources for the celebration of the new year.

I wish you all lots of fun!
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written by Raptorjedi on Dec 25, 2007 22:51
I celebrate Christmas. I think everyone should really (unless your religion celebrates something different, like Hanukkah, but like halloween, christmas is okay for Athiests) It's so commercialized now that it's hardly even a religious holiday, and it's not hard to overlook those parts and still get gifts and a tree.
a title is a curious thing...
written by Granpire viking man on Dec 26, 2007 01:04
We don't celebrate Christmas, exactly. That's because waaay back, it started with pagan god worship and all that junk. Not exactly the most attractive thing for a Christian family. It's just that many Christians aren't aware of it's roots(and if they are, they do it anyway, just because they're so used to, and are afraid to not conform to tradition). We still give presents, but don't have a tree, ever since I was a kid I knew the truth about Santa Claus.
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written by Ponder s on Dec 26, 2007 01:43
Hogswatch! JK
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written by Raptorjedi on Dec 26, 2007 02:09
No tree?! At all? The tree is the best part.
"gheeh!" (c)h.azuma
written by Yayo on Dec 26, 2007 02:33
mah.. I've just setup a small xmass tree.
some xmass tipical cakes every now and then.
I met also some friends tonight and we watched the incredibles and later the blues brothers movies at the bar.
that's all. : |
no gifts. no parties. : P
xmass time just makes me feel even more depressed.
: |

y.
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written by Duskesko on Dec 26, 2007 15:34
Jaxe'd said:
Palm-Z Mini Indoor R/C Airplane

w00t for me!
i got an indoor helicopter.
freakin awesome fun.
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