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Its because not everyone celebrates Christmas and it would be disrespectful to tell someone who celebrates Kwanzaa Merry Christmas so to avoid all that people just say Happy Holidays
GOD! I hate this naughtyword forum system. Just typed a long ass thing and didn't enter the captcha and lost the whole thing. Uuugh.
GOD! I hate this * forum system. Just typed a long ass thing and didn't enter the captcha and lost the whole thing. Uuugh. Anyways. If a person says "Merry Christmas" and others get offended. That's stupid because it is what that person celebrates. Why should that person have to change what they have to say for others just because they get offended? That's stupid. On the subject of what's offensive, people just need to grow the * up and accept it. Stop being such pussies about "Oooh, this person said a racist comment about me. I deserve things.". Why?
Why? Can't you just say "Thanks. Happy Hanukkah." and walk away or depends on what you want to do.
Why would you feel bad about it? I mean he's just wishing you a good time he's not telling you to convert to christianity...Can't you just say "thanks, you too"?
What does Happy Hanukkah has to do with Christmas?If a person wish me Merry Christmas I will give him back Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays because I respect him and his holiday. Though I will feel abit uncomfortable. Hanukkah has nothing to do with Christmas so why should I answer Happy Hanukkah?Well you got my point and if you didn't think about it again.Post Merge: December 25, 2014, 01:25:33 AMLike I said, I'm not a christian so I'll feel abit uncomfortable when someone wishes me Merry Christmas, but I'll still wish him the same back or Happy Holidays.Feeling uncomfortable in that situation is normal because people who are not christian might feel "out" you know...