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12-14-2011 @ 12:54PM
YOU MISSED FESTIVUS.Why are you trying to surpress Festivus? Why do you hate it so, Mat?Mat McCurley: The Grinch Who Stole Festivus.
12-14-2011 @ 1:10PM
I don't get that reference and I feel bad about it :(
12-14-2011 @ 1:11PM
First Giraffegate and now this???
12-14-2011 @ 1:15PM
Save it for the Airing of Grievances.
12-14-2011 @ 1:18PM
Now it is time for the Festivius Feats of Strength!
12-14-2011 @ 1:20PM
I'm absolutely saving this for the Airing of Grievances. You are lucky that I was writing other posts, ADAM HOLISKY, because I would have replied to you so hard earlier.
12-14-2011 @ 1:46PM
There's always Wintereenmas
12-14-2011 @ 1:49PM
Repeat after me: Serenity now!
12-14-2011 @ 2:21PM
Alright I'm here. Where should I put up the Festivus pole?
12-14-2011 @ 3:44PM
Festivus is a fictional holiday first celebrated in large scale on the TV Show "Seinfeld", celebrated by characters as a response to commercialism in the Holiday Season. It's held on December 23, with its primary symbol being an unadorned aluminium pole displayed like a Christmas tree in a stand. The holiday includes a meal (capped with a Pepperidge Farm's prepacked cake decorated with M&Ms), an airing of grievances, where you tell people how they've disappointed you during the previous year, a test of strength (literally a wrestling match), and any minor positive coincidences are hailed as "Festivus Miracles." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Festivus
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