Christmas comes around just once a year. So, for a few days – for crying out loud – let’s have peace on earth and have a holiday season that’s mul-ti-cul-tur-al with an all-inclusive poll.
Whatever your response to the poll, it is perfectly okay; all cultures are valid.
- I sing praises to the lord.
- I worship an abstract being that is kind of vague.
- I worship a guy whose name is Greg.
- My religion doesn’t include a time called Lent.
- I sit around the fire and have a chestnut roast.
- I raise a glass in toast to Happy Days’ Donny Most.
- I prefer to eat Indian food on Christmas day.
- Personally, I prefer turkey, gravy, and salad.
Uh… since when did the poll change?
I can only shrug my shoulders and say namaste.
It’s how John Dalton woulda wanted it.
You keep Christmas in your way and I’ll keep it in mine.
There’s no tradition like a new tradition.
However, that being said, I actually do spend a lot of time singing sacred carols. I’m looking forward to the Sunday before Christmas.
Beat the peasants
Reindeer tastes like Spam™!
Whip an elf
And ambush Santa’s van-- hey!”
I voted for Donny Most.
Simply because I only recognize Xmas according to the liturgical calendar, and prefer to think of Advent season as the “mini-Lent,” and am super peeved at people jumping ahead to xmas season before the season.
No, I’m not a believer, just a practicioner and almost like a mental patient for rules and regulations.
So, I just lie back and think of England when I see people effing things up.
IOW, Donny Most!
I sing praises to the Lord… of the dance!
Next phase of the poll should be:
Palak Paneer vs. Chana Masala !!
With 27 voters so far, the character of the forum is looking like “turkey, gravy, and salad”. The polls are still open, so come on in and let your choices be heard. Free Chiquita banana stickers for all participants.*
*with purchase of banana
I voted for “I prefer to eat Indian food on Christmas Day” because there’s never a day I don’t prefer to eat Indian food.
I love Indian food, but I only get roasted turkey twice a year, so I gotta stick with that.