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Isn’t it strange how Christmas isn’t allowed to be mentioned in the days leading up to Christmas but it’s ok to mention it on a Christmas Day itself? Amirite?

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I don't care that I'm not politically correct - I've already been telling people Merry Christmas, and will continue to do so.

@DandyDon Same here, couldn't care less who doesn't like it.

I do have Jewish friends and for them, I wish Happy Hanukkah, or simply Happy Holidays. None of them really care if I do slip up and wish them a Merry Christmas - they know it's the sentiment that I mean behind it.

@beachbum I do have Jewish friends and for them, I wish Happy Hanukkah, or simply Happy Holidays. None of them really care...

Exactly, if anyone takes it as an insult, is some ridiculous way, that's their problem.

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