Now political correctness is involved with Happy Christmas or Happy
Holidays, who gets offended my Happy Christmas? and Who gets a kick with
I sometimes wonder who things this stuff up?
in any case....
Enjoy what ever you like it to be called.....
Don't forget that in the U.S.A. "holidays" doesn't have the meaning of
"vacation" that it does in the U.K., but refers to what we call "bank
holidays" or "public holidays". So the expression "happy holidays" is
not really appropriate in the U.K. because of the possible confusion of
OO in the garden http://www.yddraiggoch.demon.co.uk/railway/railway.html
True, although I have a jewish mate who will arrive about tea time or just
after so he can sneak a helping of Christmas pudding, and whenever someone
says happy/merry christmas he adds pudding to it......
On Sat, 24 Dec 2005 10:41:00 -0000, ":::Jerry::::"
When I lived in LA our lawyer (ex model, ex actress etc) used to thow
wonderful parties to mark the season, things got a bit complicated as
these included at least two 'witches', jewish, Christian, (one)
Mohammedan, a couple of Bhuddists and a few I was never to clear
about. She used to make her own greetings cards. Splendid parties
though. Good woman.
Who gives a damn abou political correctness!
Personally, I prefer a "Happy Christmas", to be followed by a "Very
Merry New Year" - and we'll quietly forget about the hangover at the
beginning of January.
Happy Christmas to all.
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