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Old 12-07-2012, 07:11 AM
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Originally Posted by Snow-in-Texas View Post
I personally don't mind Happy Holidays, I have a problem with people saying we aren't supposed to say Christmas because we might offend people. For example we can't call it a Christmas Tree, it's a Holiday Tree. The term Happy Holidays has been around long before we got so politically correct.
Well said! I wear a little "Merry Christmas" pin to clue folks in that they can say "Christmas" to me without fear of offense, but I certainly don't object to other holiday greetings. It's nitpicking to insist that there's only one acceptable phrase for wishing someone a happy Christmas season. There's enough stuff to pick a fight about the rest of the year---these folks should get a life and enjoy the holidays! (And allow the rest of us to enjoy them without their hair-splitting.)
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