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Comments on Profile Post by Glaze D. Bacon

  1. Edinbour
    Same shit every year. Now it's getting to where it's Christmas starting half-way through October! Not to mention it goes into early-mid January.. I love Christmas and all, but not 3 months of the year :/
    Nov 3, 2018
  2. Admiral Ryokugyu
    Admiral Ryokugyu
    who cares about Christmas when we got the fire festival in Wano
    Nov 3, 2018
  3. Kia
    Well Thanksgiving is a historical lie... it’s cool for family time though. ^_^
    Nov 3, 2018
  4. Glaze D. Bacon
    Glaze D. Bacon
    @Edinbour I saw a box of Corn Flakes at the supermarket which had some sort of holiday season promotion during October. Guess some really love to shill out something that's two months away for some reason.

    @Admiral Ryokugyu Sugoi!!

    @Kia It's also Unofficial Football Day!
    Nov 3, 2018
  5. Kia
    There is that! But the Xmas thing is mostly capitalism at work, you know. It’s harder to market Thanksgiving as much. *shrug* So yeah, totes feel you on the ick factor.
    Nov 3, 2018
  6. sweetjacky
    We don't celebrate thanksgiving, most countries don't so yeah... xD
    Nov 3, 2018
  7. mysticalflute
    I mean... I like Thanksgiving and all but other than food and family, what is there to it? Especially for those of us who don't care about football? Let me listen to my Christmas music in peace after I put up with Halloween related stuff from August-October.
    Nov 3, 2018
  8. Pacquiao8
    @Edinbour be thankful that Christmas celebration in your area isn't as long as the celebration here in the Philippines. Starts on the very first day of September, ends on the second week of January, sometimes extended by another week if Chinese New Year falls on the third week.
    @Admiral Ryokugyu agree.
    @sweetjacky senpai, true, not every country has Thanksgiving. We also have none.
    Nov 4, 2018