[Merry Christmas 2011][1]
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays!

Whatever you celebrate this Winter (welcome to Winter by the way), both Yeni and I wish you a happy and healthy new year! So, be it Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, Festivus, or anything else, please celebrate and return home safely.

Please note that I said “Merry Christmas.” This is because I don’t care if you’re Jewish, Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Catholic, Wiccan, Pagan, Jedi, Trekkian, Klingon, Satanic, or pray to the Flying Spaghetti Monster— December 25th is Christmas. Changing “Christmas break” to “Holiday break” certainly doesn’t change the fact that the holiday you’re breaking for is Christmas. No one should be offended by the use of the word Christmas, and if you are… excuse my French, but get a fucking life.

Speaking of French… calling French Fries “freedom fries” is not American– it’s stupid. They’re french fries. If you want to reach a larger audience and avoid the word “French,” call them papas fritas.

As I was saying…

Have a Merry Christmas! Of course, you can always choose to make that celebration even more special (inserting shameless plug) as every celebration deserves Dream Day Cakes®. =)