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Merry Christmas to All
Merry Christmas to all, what else can we say? It is traditional, it is 2019, after all. Wow. Where have you heard that catchy phrase before? Who can complain about Christmas? Or Christmas wishes?
There are persons who do not care to be hailed with “Merry Christmas“. Or Happy Hanukah, or Bon anything, or Happy Festivus. They wish to be hailed with nothing of the sort. Bah, humbug.
Holidays, Merry Christmas to All, a Personal Choice
That must be personal choice, so let us not wish Merry Christmas to all, or anyone? Or hail too loudly to those who object too strenuously? The Scrooge factor, you know. The knotted shorts. Bah humbug. Pious Christmas-dissenters. Grumps and frumps. Humans are complex critters, we get that; so holidays are a personal choice? How about that?
Merry Christmas to All, Like it or Not.
Some persons admittedly do not even like the idea of Christmas. Or Christ, for that matter. They like shopping better. That’s self-explanatory isn’t it? Here at IncomingBytes, we dare to say —So what? It is our duty to make Merry. To share the Joy of the season. The reason for the season.
Everyone has a personal choice whether to wish Merry Christmas to all or not. To listen, to accept, to identify with joyous greetings. Or not, though? Airing Festivus grievances a la Sienfeld will get you Happy Festivus instead. How about that?
To be inclusive, Merry Christmas to all is offered. Go ahead, turn green with envy and be a Grinch. If you must.
Turning green, are you? Feel better now, Scrooge? You look like you’ve seen a ghost…shouting Merry Christmas to All…
Is that Incoming I hear?
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