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I went shopping the other day and walked past one of the many Christmas food-stands that had been set up for the holidays. A Muslim woman was buying something from one of them and the lady behind the desk said "Merry Christma- Oh, sorry" but the Muslim woman replied "Don't worry. I may not celebrate Christmas, but the food is great! So Merry Christmas to you" which I thought was super cute.

I think we can all agree that even if we don't share holidays, we can all enjoy the food that comes with them. When I lived in England I always got excited about the Hindu celebrations like "Yes! That means they're selling that kind of food in the Indian shops!"


19th December 2016

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2 months ago #9631796        
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Normal person: See ya, and merry christmas
PC idiot: OH MY GOD, HOW DARE YOU ASSUME I CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS??? I do, but how dare you assume that?
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Normal person: See ya, and merry christmas
Jewish person: Thanks, and happy hanukah



5 months ago #9588733        
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Kinda like that christmas commercial with a priest and an imam sitting down, drinking coffee



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5 months ago #9582471        
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I love Ramadan. My Turkish neighbors always feed me yummy food.



5 months ago #9579637        
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That muslin woman must have been very understanding...



6 months ago #9571378        
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A friend of mine recently saw a Muslim lady buying an Ice Cap (a coffee slurpee) at Tim Hortons while it was below freezing. He said " don't let anyone tell you you are not Canadian ! "



6 months ago #9570306        
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People should be happy about holidays! It brings us together.



6 months ago #9569780        
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Sunday here in California means all the non-chain Mexican restaurants have menudo - yum!



6 months ago #9569567        
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Well, where I live we wish "Frohe Festtage" (Happy Holidays).
I think that solves that problem to a certain degree.



6 months ago #9569548        
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You said it! I always get excited about Hanukah, even though I'm a heathen who celebrates Yule (and from a sort-of Christian family who celebrates Christmas). Why? LATKES. I adore latkes. I can make them myself any time of year, but they are pretty labor intensive, so I prefer to buy them pre-made. Being heathen, I typically eat them with bacon..... I also get happy around Passover because then I know that rugelach will soon be on steep sale.

I do not get offended when people wish me a Merry Christmas, even though I celebrate Yule. Sometimes I wish them a joyous Yule (which since most people equate that word with Christmas it doesn't raise any eyebrows anyway). Sometimes I wish them a Merry Christmas. Sometimes Happy Holidays. It's the intent behind the greeting that I love.

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6 months ago #9569378        
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I hate it when people are like "you shouldn't wish a jeg merry christmas". Bullshit, They may not celebrate, but I do. If They wish me happy Hanukah, I wish them merry christmas back. No matter what you call it, this holiday is about brotherhood



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