so here we are, knee deep into another holiday season. and here it comes… the whining and complaining and bitching about not having enough money for xmas presents, time to plan the family dinner and the stress of having to get along with all of those family members you could really care less about seeing.

i know its become a dark comedy about how xmas sucks but you do it anyway and make up your pathetic little excuses all along way, soooo, why do you still play the game?

if you keep playing their game, child, you’re never going to win.

i have no compassion for your or you xmas induced apathy.

that right, ignore me, turn the tv back on, and wallow in it.


there is no jesus so whats the point of xmas? for those of you that just said: “to spend time with my family.” how sad that you need such an exsuce to do something for those you love. if you love your dear old aunt eve than pick up the fucking phone and tell her youre coming over to visit with her!

you dont need a holiday to show someone you care about them. youre actions have no substance when theyre being forced out of you from somebody eles ideals. i value my friends and family that do something because they care not becasue its the thing to do for the sake of holiday.

ok, im done, go back to sleep.

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  1. Posted December 6, 2008 at 6:20 PM by Fox | Permalink

    Fuck yeah man! Words of wisdom. I feel the same. Makes me physically sick sometimes

  2. Posted December 6, 2008 at 6:27 PM by Pierced Fairy X | Permalink

    ditto. the theory of “monkey see monkey do” is proven, but the bible tells us where not animals so naturally we’re above it. **snicker**

    so sad the world we live in today.

  3. Posted December 7, 2008 at 11:18 PM by Turtle | Permalink

    It’s different when your family is spread across the lower 48. Christmas is the one time a year we all get to see each other.

    That said, the commericalism associated with Christmas is one of the crassest things we’ve got in our culture. 😛

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