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Yeah, some actually celebrate Xmas on Xmas day, others the day before... Though at first glance it may seem strange, we do the same with our National present-giving holiday, St. Nicolaas Eve... St. Nicolaas-day is 6 Dec, so we celebrate on the evening of the 5th... ;)

 

ANYWAY...

 

Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, New Year or whatever Holiday or Special Occasion you wish to (not) observe...

(*sheesh* PC well-wishing is a PITA!)

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Merry Christmas, Happy Chaunukka, Merry Kwanza, Happy Holidays, Happy Humbug Day, メリークリスマス, Glædelig jul, Веселое рождество, Joyeux Noël, Buon Natale, Glad jul, Frohe Weihnachten, Vidám karácsony....

 

The issues with a multi-cultural community... have I missed one?

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