Holiday

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Today’s Word of the Day is Holiday.

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17 thoughts on “Holiday

  1. Reblogged this on Tales from the mind of Kristian and commented:

    The Word of the Day is Holiday

    This has a slightly different meaning in the UK to the US, in the UK this word means a vacation but I understand in the US it is specific to a holy festival of Easter or Christmas and is now most closely associated with, what we say in the UK as Merry Christmas, and in the US is often Happy Holidays.
    I hope you enjoy using this word in a story or a poem.

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    1. The “Happy Holidays” thing is more a politically correct term to make sure nobody who isn’t Christian feels left out at Christmas. Me? I say “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Hanukkah” or whatever is appropriate. If I don’t know, the Happy Holidays might be used. Some folks actually get offended if you say “Merry Christmas” to them. Things are messed up, y’all!!

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