When people wish others a “Happy Holiday Season” or just “Happy Holidays,” what exactly do they mean?
Your holiday greetings don’t make sense. But harketh, A creative solution is just a few words away.
DiaryDad celebrates this season of light.—My family loves a good celebration. This fact makes December quite a fun month for us. There is so much to celebrate. I am fond of using the term “Happy Holidays” during this season because I never know who is celebrating what, or if they are like me and celebrating…
Jeremy Barnes, AKA, Thirsty Daddy, has noticed a lot of wars being declared this holiday season. He has started one of his own. The War on Krampus. He explains.
Mike Reynolds digs deep into the fabricated war, and tells us what is behind the phrase “Happy Holidays.”
Halloween is barely over, and we’re sparring about this ongoing, fictional “War on Christmas” because of the color of Starbucks cups. Is this real life?
Whatever happened love, joy, and good cheer?
The “Holiday Season” is a mine field of unequal social status for non-Christians
Michael L. Stoller would like to wish everyone a very happy holidays. Shouldn’t that suffice?
JJ Vincent loves being able to have the holidays delivered in discrete, brown-and-black striped boxes.
If that’s what it takes to pay the bills, an older and wiser Jim Jividen will kiss any flag that’s placed in front of him.
The holiday season is the perfect time to pack up, go somewhere special, and bond with your family over fun activities. Make it memorable.
It’s easy to forget that living veterans from all wars and conflicts before 9/11 are still suffering from the effects of their service as well.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld sees the privileged few and an excluded many during the “Holiday Season.”
Gint Aras on letting go of anger and poultry.