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#175 - minionofdolan
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(12/22/2013) [-]
MFW....Christmas.....Christ---mas....how I say it Chrismas...Chris-mas....Im 25 ******* years old and been saying it wrong my entire life.
#174 - darakken
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(12/20/2013) [-]
Yeah, I think we need to keep it Christmas, and not Xmas, in this case.
#173 - dancingdoggy
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(12/17/2013) [-]
Xmas does not take "Christ" out of Christmas.
Look at the X. It's a cross. That's why an X is used in the first place.

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

Pic absolutely not related.

****, it hurts.
#117 - deezknuts
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(12/17/2013) [-]
Boxing day is not where you rebox christmas presents.

That's actually a brad stine joke

"Who the **** is brad stine?" you ask.

Exactly. You stole a joke from a ****** christian comedian. A christian comedian. do you understand how not funny you have to be to only appeal to middl aged christians who can't say vagina?
#138 to #117 - Dwarf
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(12/17/2013) [-]
wut
#116 - adr
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(12/17/2013) [-]
mfw I got dumped on Christmas one year
mfw I got dumped on Christmas one year
#139 to #116 - Dwarf
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(12/17/2013) [-]
**Dwarf rolled a random image posted in comment #6727693 at Safe For Work Random Board ** mfw I've never been dumped because I am happily single just like I have been my whole life :'''}
#115 - newmapsofhell
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(12/17/2013) [-]
I enjoy that it got progressively more aggressive.
#114 - confusedasian
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(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?
#84 - unncommon
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(12/17/2013) [-]
I'm Christian, and I really don't give a **** if you say "Marry Xmas", "Happy Holidays", or "I don't believe in Jesus, stop saying that" (actually that last one might piss me off, I'm a man Bitch I say what I want. Maybe you can request and I'll think about obliging, but not with that attitudes). Just as long as you don't sing Christmas songs...I can't trust a ***** that enjoys that ****...
#77 - verycoolcat ONLINE
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(12/17/2013) [-]
Actually, boxing days origins were from medieval days when bosses would give a 'box' of presents to the workers.
#75 - freenarative
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(12/17/2013) [-]
The unicef thing didn't take into account his inertial dampeners.
#73 - ScottP
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(12/17/2013) [-]
My girlfriend broke up with me a month ago, so I guess that's close enough to Christmas
#40 - buttholee
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(12/16/2013) [-]
My friends house burned down last Christmas…

No funny here, just remembered because of the last one
#39 - toshpointo
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(12/16/2013) [-]
"shall not pass no law"
#38 - anon
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(12/16/2013) [-]
Boxing Day is traditionally the day following Christmas Day, when servants and tradesmen would receive gifts from their bosses or employers, known as a "Christmas box"
#32 - littlejessicaxox
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(12/16/2013) [-]
When you change "Christmas" to "xmas" it makes it no less religious. It is just an abbreviation... the x is a cross.... like the Christian symbol of a crucifix, but we use an x because its a letter.

Sorry if I seem like a know-it-all. Its just what I know from church.