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Q: Are you going to celebrate 'Festivus' today?

the 23rd of December is when 'Festivus' is held, the 'anti-Christmas' of Seinfeld.

One of the traditions is the 'Airing of Grievances' when you tell loved ones how they disappointed you during the year.

 

I'll start.

I have been constantly disappointed by the fact that even repeating the same thing multiple times, the same people have done the same thing over and over.

This usually results in me having to do things that are others responsibility.

 

the excuses 'sorry i forgot' or 'i didn't understand' can be used only once.

after that means you are either just lazy or stupid - you take your choice.

 

Happy Festivus all wink

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Image result for happy festivus

 

... not for you ...! he he he

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I have lived my life in a manner that does not depend on family. Leave home at 16, pay your own way through college, send money for medical and funeral events, live far away from relatives,etc., The result is your never disappointed, just ambivalent, another holiday, ok. no big deal.

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ooopss,,, experimenting with files...

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Dammit Trump was right, there's a war on Christmas

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