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#172 - mulciber ONLINE (12/17/2013) [-]
That first fact was pretty spot on.

Pic absolutely not related.

**** , it hurts.
#169 - affjanderson (12/17/2013) [-]
"Congress shall not pass no law..."
Gotta love those double negatives
User avatar #168 - mymiddleleg (12/17/2013) [-]
The first one was complete opposite for me, the girl i was seeing made it official on the 11th
User avatar #165 - haqq (12/17/2013) [-]
but not every child celebrates christmas, so that 2.1 billion can't be true.
FIX YO MATH *****
User avatar #158 - bluerangermartin ONLINE (12/17/2013) [-]
It doesnt matter if you call it Christmas or Xmas, no one cares you euphoric **** .
#149 - fuckinfuckinfuck (12/17/2013) [-]
Wait, I broke up with my gf on the 11th. That's literally exactly two weeks before Christmas.

I guess I was a statistic to support this claim.
User avatar #109 - diddledot (12/17/2013) [-]
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof"*** Second part is important.
#124 to #109 - destawsom (12/17/2013) [-]
The second part IS important, however they are two separate clauses. School sanctioned religious actions fall under the Establishment clause, individual student religious expression is protected by the free exercise clause.
#114 - confusedasian (12/17/2013) [-]
Do people actually return the "			******		" gifts that they don't like? I don't celebrate Christmas and would be more than happy to take them off your hands. I don't care, a gift is a gift. I've been needing some new close and picture frames for some time now. I don't even care if they're socks since mines just seem to always disappear or randomly get holes in them.   
   
Honestly though, why would you return a gift? Someone got it for you thinking that it would be neat or something you need (I need new clothes.) and you're just going to return it because it's not what you want?
Do people actually return the " ****** " gifts that they don't like? I don't celebrate Christmas and would be more than happy to take them off your hands. I don't care, a gift is a gift. I've been needing some new close and picture frames for some time now. I don't even care if they're socks since mines just seem to always disappear or randomly get holes in them.

Honestly though, why would you return a gift? Someone got it for you thinking that it would be neat or something you need (I need new clothes.) and you're just going to return it because it's not what you want?
#107 - include (12/17/2013) [-]
Moar.
#105 - mexicandudeinsd (12/17/2013) [-]
well to this day i thought boxing day was like a day christmas celebration related where a boxing fight would occur.... its been a lie all this time
well to this day i thought boxing day was like a day christmas celebration related where a boxing fight would occur.... its been a lie all this time
#95 - coonstash (12/17/2013) [-]
The first amendment is null and void in the example given. The first amendment has nothing to do with the freedom of religion. And as a matter of fact, nor does it give the freedom of speech, assembly, press, or anything else students are taught in school
User avatar #94 - twiztidxson ONLINE (12/17/2013) [-]
Technically Santa doesnt have to go to every child's house, just the ones that celebrate Christmas.
#75 - freenarative (12/17/2013) [-]
The unicef thing didn't take into account his inertial dampeners.
User avatar #73 - ScottP (12/17/2013) [-]
My girlfriend broke up with me a month ago, so I guess that's close enough to Christmas
User avatar #71 - sexiecupcakes (12/17/2013) [-]
What if about half of those children aren't Christians? What if more than two live in a house, such as orphanages? You might need a little more information than that...
User avatar #69 - xxvenomxx (12/17/2013) [-]
Christmas songs are too much religion for people but "IN GOD WE TRUST" on money all over America is okay? Like I understand one is easier to get rid of than the other, but still.
User avatar #68 - tyrson ONLINE (12/17/2013) [-]
I thought christmas trees came about as the church was trying to incorporate pagan traditions into their holidays. The hanging of things on trees around the winter solstice was likely going on for long before the church condoned such behavior.
#65 - fefe (12/17/2013) [-]
maybe you should learn and actually know about what you post before you actually post it. You have no idea what boxing day is. Glad to know you are just another thumbwhore who just talks out his ass
User avatar #62 - mango (12/17/2013) [-]
2 of my friends broke up today
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