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just wondering why do non christians do christmas.

i am a christian it sort ticks me off when people do it. just wondering why

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What a shinning example of Christ's love you are.

Personally, I worship the Roman gods and am kinda ticked you hijacked our holiday.

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Pagan's called dibs first.

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pagan's called dibs first.

take that back!! :(

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What a shinning example of Christ's love you are.

Personally, I worship the Roman gods and am kinda ticked you hijacked our holiday.

some people dont do christmas on the 25 so nobody hijacked anything. the day of celebration is the same.but it does not matter when most people identify the 25th as christmas.

dont you think it is even for the mass murder romans did to christians.

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I don't even understand your argument. You're pissed because other people celebrate at the same time Christian's ripped off the pagan holiday.

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some people dont do christmas on the 25 so nobody hijacked anything. the day of celebration is the same.but it does not matter when most people identify the 25th as christmas.

dont you think it is even for the mass murder romans did to christians.

Translation someone?

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just wondering why do non christians do christmas.

i am a christian it sort ticks me off when people do it. just wondering why

I celebrate it just to tick you off.

If my wife and kids would agree to not celebrating it, that would be great. It would save me a lot of money. But my wife is Christian, so she likes gifts.

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I celebrate the winter solstice... I walk around in my druid garb, make bows of holly, and honor mother nature...

not really.. I just love presents!

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I celebrate the winter solstice... I walk around in my druid garb, make bows of holly, and honor mother nature...

not really.. I just love presents!

I do it skyclad.

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Of course!

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WOOT! Maybe I can talk the wife into going skyclad too!

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I don't even understand your argument. You're pissed because other people celebrate at the same time Christian's ripped off the pagan holiday.

i am not pissed.put nobody hijacked anything.the day was set to concide with the pagan day yes.but that is not hijacking.

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Well then what exactly do you call it? Pagan's had dibs, then here came the Christian's passing it off as their own.

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i am not pissed.put nobody hijacked anything.the day was set to concide with the pagan day yes.but that is not hijacking.

Nuh huh.

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We celebrate christmas for Jesus's birth which actually happened in late october. The tree thing is definitely christian. It represents many things that have to do with the birth of Jesus. I think Christmas is a way for retailers to rape our pocketbooks. Yes I celebrate it but not to an extreme.

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We celebrate christmas for Jesus's birth which actually happened in late october. The tree thing is definitely christian. It represents many things that have to do with the birth of Jesus. I think Christmas is a way for retailers to rape our pocketbooks. Yes I celebrate it but not to an extreme.

I'm sorry to break it to you so harshly, but you are wrong on so many levels...

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Well then what exactly do you call it? Pagan's had dibs, then here came the Christian's passing it off as their own.

how can you have dibs on a entire day. fact is christmas is for the birth of christ and if you do not feel that is true then dont celebrate christmas.

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I'm sorry to break it to you so harshly, but you are wrong on so many levels...

And how is that

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We celebrate christmas for Jesus's birth which actually happened in late october. The tree thing is definitely christian. It represents many things that have to do with the birth of Jesus. I think Christmas is a way for retailers to rape our pocketbooks. Yes I celebrate it but not to an extreme.

I don't quite understand how you celebrate birth with the death of a tree?

Christmas is the equivalent of throwing a birthday party for yourself 1-2 months before/after the fact, depending on when you actually believe "christ" was born.

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how can you have dibs on a entire day. fact is christmas is for the birth of christ and if you do not feel that is true then dont celebrate christmas.

Have you ever went to a Halloween party? Did you trick or treat as a child?

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how can you have dibs on a entire day. fact is christmas is for the birth of christ and if you do not feel that is true then dont celebrate christmas.

So where does Santa come into play?

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We celebrate christmas for Jesus's birth which actually happened in late october.

A lot of historical "experts" don't even believe he existed, yet you know exactly when he was born?

The tree thing is definitely christian.

Umm, no.. It is not... It's a pagan tradition...

The Bible even says that you shouldn't chop down a tree and adorn it with silver and gold..pretty much making it an idol... Read Jeremiah sometime....

It represents many things that have to do with the birth of Jesus.

Ummm.. what?

I think Christmas is a way for retailers to rape our pocketbooks.

ding ding ding ding...

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So where does Santa come into play?

change the last three letters around and you have your answer!!!

BURN!

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