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What does christmas mean to you?

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  • Akira


    #314248 - 14 years ago

    Well for me it's LOTS of stupid christmas movies and specials on TV that ive seen 20 times, buying presents for my family 2 days before D-Day :), then wrapping them....badly!! and for us poor deprived also includes Fake snow and plastic trees.
    What are the standout things for you at christmas?

  • burner2


    #314252 - 14 years ago

    In reply to Akira, #1:

    Days off, yip4eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee



    #314304 - 14 years ago

    In reply to Akira, #1:

    A Christmas Story on TV, too much food, no snow, but tons of fog, and the fear that some nut in a red suit will be breaking and entering my house.

  • PizzaMan


    #314473 - 14 years ago

    In reply to Akira, #1:

    World's most idiotic ad ever.

    "Christmas is about finding that perfect gift."

    I nearly cried. Christmas is about being with loved ones. Yes the presents are nice, and you get a good feeling when you give but, it';s become WAY over commercialized

  • The_Guardian


    #314503 - 14 years ago

    In reply to Akira, #1:

    Absolutely nothing.

  • Church4eva


    #314731 - 14 years ago

    Christmas for me means, days off, waiting in extremly long lines, getting stressed over if I sent all the Christmas cards, spending hours wrapping presents (because I am too lazy to get in the car, wait in another line, and have someone else wrap my presents!) Then when Christmas comes, getting up at 7:00 AM (not by my account, but some little ones come and get me up!) unwrapping all those presents that you have beautifully wrapped, picking up the paper, and ribbion and such, and then hearing all the wonderful thank-yous from everyone that unwrapped a gift that you gave them.

    Christmas is about being with friends and family that you don't get to see all the time every year, it isn't about presents...You know kinda like the story the Grinch that Stole Christmas, watch it. You could learn something from it!

  • humankiller


    #314779 - 14 years ago

    In reply to Akira, #1:

    Presents of course. Also spending quality time with family and friends. In addition to that no school!

  • Snow_Crash


    #315061 - 14 years ago

    In reply to humankiller, #8:

    Family togetherness time, which leads to a family fight, and then turkey.

    mmm, turkey...

  • r0xx0rz


    #315071 - 14 years ago

    I think you're all forgetting the most important bit of Christmas...
    The birth of Santa!

  • schkyzm


    #315089 - 14 years ago

    Days off from work, a good reason to stay indoors and sit around on my ass for a week, giving and receiving presents, and getting the chance to spend some time with my scattered family. Got relatives coming in from Wyoming, Florida, Hawaii, Canada, and the UK.

    My immediate family (consisting of, uh, me, myself, my mom, grandfather, and dog) aren't the most religious people on the planet, so hey. I'm probably the least out of us four, that is, after the dog.

  • Mad_Irishman

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    #315106 - 14 years ago

    In reply to Akira, #1:

    Tis The Season for Caroler Hunting!

  • Elemental


    #315199 - 14 years ago

    In reply to Akira, #1:

    No school for 2 weeks, family time, gaming time, time to spend with my girlfriend, time to hang with my friends, and presents. :)

  • EatCheese


    #315223 - 14 years ago

    The Snoopy dance!

  • TheTexan


    #315701 - 14 years ago

    Days off school, that's about it.

    Christmas actually has nothing to do with religion anyways. Like anyone would know the exact day a carpenter's kid was born on 2000 years ago. It's actually the paegan solstice celebration, stolen by the curch so that people would be able follow them without having to change their holidays. Same goes for easter.

  • Red_Hector


    #315800 - 14 years ago

    In reply to TheTexan, #15:

    Very true, and if I'm not mistaken it marks the begining of the roman holiday of harvest or some-such.

  • Akira


    #315815 - 14 years ago

    In reply to Red_Hector, #16:

    the church just realised that celebrating the harvesting of grain was just no they decided that maybe if they make up a story about a guy dying and told us to believe it...we would...cos thats just way more fun to celebrate. Then they threw in Santa cos everyone likes storys of fat people getting stuck in chimneys.

  • SpikeyP


    #315819 - 14 years ago

    In reply to Akira, #1:

    seeing my nephew.....dont get to c him much ;-(

  • Metal_Monkey


    #315821 - 14 years ago

    Christmas to me is the birthday of an illegitimate child who had one fucked up life.

  • DiMono

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    #315828 - 14 years ago

    For me, Christmas means a huge family meal. We're a family of atheists, so we just use the holidays as an excuse to gather the tribe and murder turkeys. It's good having all my cousins and uncles and aunts and grandparents in one place. We figure the real point of Christmas at this point is to celebrate life and family, so that's what we do.

  • Benedict


    #315831 - 14 years ago

    Christmas rocks, fatties.

  • TheClipit


    #315860 - 14 years ago

    Christmass to me is a lack of bar :(

  • TheClipit


    #315863 - 14 years ago

    *Christmas* >_<

  • rhino1045


    #315872 - 14 years ago

    In reply to Akira, #1:

    For me it means the warm weather and holidays.

  • Brit_Kit


    #315905 - 14 years ago

    Time to wish you were somewhere else with other people.
    Thinking about things to give to people that you don't have a choice not to give and not being able to get out to spend money on the people that actually mean something to you.
    Being out of school and feeling left out of everything
    An unabiding will to go somewhere else

  • TheClipit


    #315910 - 14 years ago