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What phrase are you using when greeting people this holiday season?

Merry Christmas81%
Happy Holidays15%
1033 total votes


1Stan(9923 comments)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

It is "CHRISTMAS" time so why not say Merry Christmas?

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2norm(4 comments)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

I agree with Stan. If it's Christmas say Merry Christmas. When it's Kwanzaa say Happy Kwanzza. When its Hanakkah say Happy Hanakkah.

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3bassboy0809cs(17 comments)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

ya realy i think if you did not vote for merry christmas then you my friend are crazy

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4terrancesarco(41 comments)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

I wish different salutations depending on the person's religious/spiritual view. One cannot assume that everyone is a Christian at this time of the year.

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5valleyred(1103 comments)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

Last time I checked December 25th is Christmas.

Would you call Thanksgiving anything other than Thanksgiving?


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6epicfail(217 comments)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

Happy Holidays to all and a Merry Christmas to the insecure!

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7lucy(125 comments)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

I always thought that "Happy Holidays" was intended to encompass New Year's as well as Christmas. It wasn't until Bill O'Reilly started this war on Christmas nonsense a few years ago that people started interpreting "Happy Holidays" as anti-Christian. Any blessings or good wishes should be accepted with gratitude. That is the spirit of the season.

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8TheCharles(1 comment)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

Speaking as a non-Christian(Buddhist) who celebrates like Dionysis during the season I am fairly quick with a "Merry Christmas!" I am not offended by the proclaimation anymore then I would have been centuries ago when it was called "Saturnalia","Solstice", or "Yule". Call it what you want but 'Happy Holidays' sounds a bit generic and phony. Refer to each holiday seperately if you must. The Politically correct dogmas of our time have crippled our humanity and deluted the meaning of EACH holiday. We don't have to celebrate each holiday to treat it with reverence. So I say to you all Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanza, Happy Chanukha, Happy New Year! May this season do what it has always done: Open up closed hearts, awaken our spirit of benevolence and foster appreciation for our beloved family and friends.

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9knucles518(39 comments)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

Due to the fact that we live in America, and in this great country of our there are many different religons. I feel we need to take other peoples faith into account and approach this issue with a simple "Happy Holidays."

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10MinisterD(25 comments)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

Should I be offended if a jewish person says Happy Chanuka?

Merry Christmas Everybody.

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11FormerRes(39 comments)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

We ( Christians ) should say Merry Christmas ( or Feliz Navidad, or Crăciun Fericit, or the myriad other ways of celebrating the birth of Christ ) because that is what WE are celebrating, and we are the ones doing the salutations. Do away with this political correctness. You could also wish the person Happy Hannukah, or Gong xi fa chai for Chinese New Year.

If a person of another faith expressed hopes that I would enjoy their holiday, I would be pleased and view it as an opportunity to learn more about their culture.

And if we all learned a little more about each other, would that be a bad thing?

Merry Christmas.

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12CBDactivist(125 comments)posted 7 years, 4 months ago

Merry Christmas to all.

Watch us on National TV Today on NBC at 3 pm.

Now is the time to enjoy your family and friends and on this wonderful day sit back and watch on NBC at 3 pm our wonderful city broadcast nationally. What a treat, make sure you tell your family and friends to watch and tape it.

What a truly great event, The Smuckers Holiday Ice Show, with the POPS orchestra and Peter Cetera. Good Job Youngstown and Happy Holidays!

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