Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by wv hillbilly, Dec 8, 2012.
Always Merry Christmas am not a pc person. So Merry Christmas to everyone!!!
Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year here! Christ is the reason for the season, and no man, or woman, will tell me other wise, or they get to feel my wrath! It ain't the wrath of God, but it works for me! When I'm greated with Happy Holidays, I almost always respond with "so, you're an Atheist, huh".
" Merry Christmas!" may not be politically correct these days, but I have never been accused of being politically correct either. So "Merry Christmas!" it is and always will be.
saying "happy holidays" and meaning it is for the weak minded pansie a$$ freaks with no gut or purpose in life. but if a person is saying it just to appease others, then I let them know how I feel. like the guy at the store ringing the bell. after I corrected him he smiled and said "you are right"
Always say merry x-mas to my customers. If they are offended they don't have to do business with me.
Sorry, but it's Christ-mas, not x-mas.
Merry Chistmas and a blessed New Year to you all. The Greek alphabet is suppose to represent Christ with the letter X however Christ was not Greek so I think alot of folks use that designation to keep from saying Christ. And if anyone doesn't appreciate my sincere wishes then I wish them a Merry-kiss-mas.
I a semi-liberal and very much a non-believer. I say "Merry Christmas." "Happy holidays" makes me gag. PC is for the intellectually weak...for those who seek the path of least resistance...for those who are trying to turn "being offended" (actually, those claims are not about offended at all, but about power and control over others' speech) into a constitutional right.
Always have, always will.
You beat me to it steve, if you take Christ out of Christmas, we wouldn't have the holiday anyway. As I have heard 1000's of times - Tis the reason for the season.
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