Monday, October 18, 2010

Like Columbus Day

Don't forget that Christmas is still a religious holiday, so when it comes around don't be afraid to buy those you love religious business cards. Even if the person you are giving the card to isn't religious, don't worry about offending them. Chances are they celebrate Christmas anyway, so they should have to endure all the things that accompany it.

Religious Christmas cards are still all over the place anyway, so people who aren't religious know the deal. If someone gets mad at you for giving them a Christian themed card, just say "Oh, I'm sorry; I didn't realize that never spent American currency either, you hypocrite." Then take back your fruitcake and cross them off the list of people to send cards to next year.

Pretty much every holiday we celebrate has a strange stigma with it in some way, so we can all either deal with it, or stop celebrating it. I, for one, would like to stop celebrating a few, but since that isn't really an option I kind of just have to deal with it and bring up why it's a weird holiday as often as possible. As you can all see, I am not great at solving problems.

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