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User avatar #10 - TheDeadPool (11/29/2009) [-]
Here is the most vulgar, and most politically incorrect thing that any one can say nowadays... Parents this is not for the faint of heart, so please cover your children's eyes, or have them leave the room.


Merry Christmas!
#24 to #10 - anon (11/30/2009) [-]
We came to America for freedom of religion. If people dont like it, the should either deal with it, or go back to their country. We dont go around telling Jewish people that they cant celebrate Hanukkah, and we dont walk up to Muslim people and say "Hey, i dont agree with Ramadan, so you need to eat something" Those people would probably be as upset as we are if we did do that, right?
#25 to #24 - anon (11/30/2009) [-]
I once had to babysit a kid, and when his mom got back and I was leaving, I said "merry christmas" forgetting that this kid was jewish. He didn't care nearly as much as his mom did, lol. But I hated that bitch anyway XD
User avatar #35 to #25 - SuperWeapons (11/30/2009) [-]
im trying to be funny...

#23 to #10 - anon (11/30/2009) [-]
I find it hillarious that weather you go forwards or backwards in the year, christmas is still over 4 months from when jesus was born.

BTW: As far as I know only muslims dont do christmas, just because im atheist doesnt mean you can suck the happiness from my soul by excluding me from the most joyful times of the year.

Here's a fact: Religion IS true, the stuff made up by the church to make it shiny is false. Since I don't believe that crap, I'm supposedly not religious. Does it bother me? No.
#13 to #10 - anon (11/29/2009) [-]
merppy christmahannukwanzanewyear!

(merry christmas, happy hannukah, happy kwanza, happy new year)

(mur-pee kriss-mah-hann-uh-kwan-zah-new-yeer)
#16 to #13 - anon (11/29/2009) [-]
Actually, it used to be called Yule, but was changed to christmas by the church trying to assert their authority. Jesus was born in March. Christmas is not religious at all.
User avatar #32 to #16 - EverythingisRepost (11/30/2009) [-]
It really wasn't even changed all that much. For a good long while, those of us that celebrated Yule were (and mostly still are) seen as heathens.

I have friends from all spectrum, and we hang out in a group. One says Merry Christmas, to which I respond Blessed Yule, and our Jewish friend walks up all drunk and says "Happy Hanukkah, BITCHES!" It's sad that this is the petty **** people fight over.
#12 to #10 - numbierwun **User deleted account** (11/29/2009) [-]
I know, it's ******* retarded. Anybody who cries when they hear "Merry Christmas" is a stupid, whiny, over-dramatic bitch-ass faggot. I'm Atheist and when someone tells me "Merry Christmas" I don't go "boo hoo, you're forcing your religion on me, wah wah."
#33 to #12 - anon (11/30/2009) [-]
#21 to #12 - anon (11/29/2009) [-]
same here! I would actually rather hear "Merry Christmas" than anything else, such as "happy holidays" or something.
#15 to #12 - Yatester (11/29/2009) [-]
if you think about it tho, christmas is the celebration of jesus christ's birth if i'm not mistaken. and since jesus christ really was a real person, its basically a huge bday party! sure, there's alot of relgious overtones, but the holiday in itself isnt all tht religious. i mean, im an atheist, but i still celebrate cristmas.
#20 to #15 - anon (11/29/2009) [-]
No, christmas is the celebration of a new computer and various other gifts.
#26 to #20 - anon (11/30/2009) [-]
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