A Holiday Giggle

I took a survey for the BlogHer Visionaries panel (a fancy name for “take this survey for a chance to win money” and ‘if you have lots of Twitter followers you will maybe be chosen to Tweet for this company for pay,” which hasn’t happened to me, yet) and the following question came up:

I have highlighted the funny options for you.
I have highlighted the funny options for you.

I’m choosing to find this hilarious, and not really depressing, because Festivus (see: Seinfeld) is included. But really, research people? People are choosing Black Friday and Cyber Monday as holidays to celebrate? I like shopping. But that’s just confusing.

Out of curiosity, which of these do you celebrate? I picked Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. I don’t really *celebrate* New Year’s Day except that I try to do as little as possible. Please, if you celebrate Festivus, do share!

2 Comments

  1. Jane said:

    This list is bizarre. What it immediately made me want to do was check nope! to Christmas. Because I’m the Grinch. Which I can’t really do, because kids.

    Also, technically New Year’s Day isn’t in December… Yes, I’m just being cranky now.

    November 18, 2014
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    • Anne-Marie said:

      Oh, snap! I didn’t think of not checking New Year’s Day because I don’t celebrate it in December! I did want to say something about celebrating Christmas in November, just to confuse someone, but they seem perfectly nice… The rest of the questions were about what we eat, drink, and spend, for these days, and if/how we travel to celebrate them.

      November 18, 2014
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