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    Happy Holidays!
    On behalf of the staff here at Mac-Forums.com, I'd like to wish all of you the happiest of holidays this season and a healthy, prosperous and joyous new year!

    Thanks for being a member of our community, and we look forward to serving you in 2012 and beyond.
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    Well I would say the same, but instead

    MERRY CHRISTMAS!!
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    Happy holidays everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevriano View Post
    Well I would say the same, but instead

    MERRY CHRISTMAS!!
    Quote Originally Posted by dtravis7 View Post
    Merry Christmas!!!


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    Isn't Merry Christmas politically incorrect these days lol

    But yes happy holidays to all
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    No it's not dammit! Happy Holidays has come from the US. It's always been, and will always be Happy or Merry Christmas in the UK.
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    I will say Merry Xmas to the day I die!

    MERRY XMAS everyone and thanks for this awesome forum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevriano View Post
    No it's not dammit! Happy Holidays has come from the US. It's always been, and will always be Happy or Merry Christmas in the UK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevriano View Post
    No it's not dammit! Happy Holidays has come from the US. It's always been, and will always be Happy or Merry Christmas in the UK.
    Sorry Kev was only trying to take the mickey lol

    Merry Christmas mate to you and the family
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    And I will add another Merry Christmas as well.
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    I'm also a "Merry Christmas" person. If someone is offended...too bad!

    There are plenty of holidays out there that I do not celebrate...and when well-wishing terminology is used for those holidays...I'm not offended.

    But "Happy Holidays" is a more "inclusive" term for holidays celebrated in & around December!



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    Quote Originally Posted by pigoo3 View Post
    I'm also a "Merry Christmas" person.
    I'm also a Merry Christmas person too but since this is a worldwide forum I wanted to include everyone since there are other holidays going on during this time.

    I'll make things even more complicated. I think we should just call it "the second big turkey dinner of the year day" for U.S. people who celebrate the day with turkey that is.

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