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What holiday do you celebrate?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by eztantz, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. Cleav

    Cleav Senior member Moderator

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    Happy today! Every day's a good day, try missing one!
     
  2. unjung

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    I'm athiest, but I participate in christmas for the family and present aspects, just not the religious ones.

    Also.
     
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    eztantz Senior member

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    'tis the season to revive this thread!

    Happy holidays to all!
     
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    Nosu3 Senior member

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    Years ago I somehow ended up with the totem pole that holds the 8 candles and so I celebrated the Kwanzaa. A woman I knew brought it to the household and we made (cookies?). Well, I still have the totem pole and might celebrate this year too. I just need some candles.
     
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    sho'nuff Senior member

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    celebrate Christmas during christmas season. Thanksgiving. Easter, but not as formally. will be in party mode during new years.
     
  7. acidboy

    acidboy Senior member

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    ^ same here, Christmas and Easter are the major ones and I try to observe practices during Ash Wednesdays.
     
  8. eztantz

    eztantz Senior member

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    'tis the season to bring up this thread again...
     
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    Winter Solstice Festival, Spring Festival.

    Christmas is kind of running all year round.
     
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