The insanity continues

A bumper sticker appeared some time in the last day on a map/advertising kiosk on Canal Street reading:

NO "MERRY CHRISTMAS," NO CHRISTMAS SHOPPING!

Never mind that, uh, it's after Christmas, but what exactly does this mean? Does this mean that if someone is opposed to "Merry Christmas" they therefore are not deserving of doing any Christmas shopping? Because if someone prefers not to say or hear "Merry Christmas," chances are that any shopping they're doing is for something other than Christmas. There are other events involving buying presents that take place around now.


1 comment:

Aaron Weber said...

Well... I try to avoid going into stores in December because I hate Christmas music. Instead, I put purchases off until January if possible, or order online. But generally I wait for the post-xmas sales. ;)