Halle-leuh! *snaps finger sassily*
All of this.
I don’t understand the stress on being “politically correct” when some people don’t like saying “Happy Holidays. I also don’t understand the anger some people feel when they’re told or the wrong holiday. I say “holidays” myself and I’m a Christian and I don’t expect people to say “Merry Christmas” to me. Hell, I’d find it really cool if someone said “Happy Hannukah” or “Joyous Kwanzaa” to me actually.
^^^^^ Those tags. This is what I’m trying to say. Wish me what means the most to YOU, not something to keep me happy. You’re wanting me to be happy at the time of year that makes YOU happiest. And that’s really nice. This is why it makes me sad when people use their holiday as a snippy comeback, like ‘I’ll wish them something they don’t celebrate, that’ll show THEM.’
This is a happy time for so many people in so many ways from so many places. Don’t turn a time that’s meant to warn the hearts of you and your loved ones into a petty insult contest. It can be such a good thing if we choose for it to be.
If I was a famous actor and had a horde of fangirls, I would stay single, and every time an interviewer asked me about my love life, I’d answer that “there’s this one girl I saw at a meeting with fans. I don’t know her name, because of all the fuss with the autographs, and I have only seen her once, but I’m in love with her.” I’d say that, looking all sad and lonely.
Imagine all the fangirls’ faces.
just calm down a second there, satan