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    Default Merry Christmas!

    For those of you who celebrate it, Merry Christmas!
    Another year has come and gone, but DD's still going strong

    I hope you've all had a great year, and you're looking forward to the next just as much!

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    Merry Christmas keebs - and everyone who celebrates.
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    Merry Christmas, folks. Another great year!

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    Ho, Ho, Ho!
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    Merry Christmas to all,
    I had sent greetings to some members those who are known to me, some of them ethically responded and greeted me back, but i don't what happened to remaining some law makers here in DD ?

    Quote Originally Posted by keyboard1333 View Post
    For those of you who celebrate it, Merry Christmas!
    Why ? All can celebrate, send greetings to those who are celebrating and not celebrating is good..
    You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free (John 8:32)(The truth is about the only begotten son of GOD.....When you feel you are alone for facing your problems, God will never leave you by your own You are important for God

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    Amen on how to respond, but never assume your greeting will be met as appreciatively. Even a generic, "Happy Holidays!" will offend someone who thinks strongly that it should be "Merry Christmas!", or whatever.
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    Why ? All can celebrate, send greetings to those who are celebrating and not celebrating is good..
    Always best to be on the safe side. As John said not everyone wishes to engage in the Christmas Cheer.

    How was everyone's Christmas? (For me it's now the 26'th)

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    I like that graphic! And Happy Happiness to all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keyboard1333 View Post
    Always best to be on the safe side. As John said not everyone wishes to engage in the Christmas Cheer.
    And even if they wish to engage in the cheer, they may want to do it in a 'neutral way'. So they use 'Happy Holidays' or 'Happy Days'.
    Quote Originally Posted by keyboard1333 View Post
    How WAS everyone's Christmas? (For me it's now the 26'th)
    For me it's the 26th too, but it's not over yet We have two 'Happy-Holidays-days' here: the 25th and the 26th.
    Happy New Year.

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