Tuesday, 27 December 2011

Christmas: Not my least unfavorite time of year

The pagan holiday that was adopted by followers of some guy was celebrated two days ago by millions and millions of ignoramuses who don't realize the intent. America has been in a deep recession for I-don't-know-how-long, and the corporations were hungry for more money since the geeks and yuppies at the mall didn't supply enough money on Black Friday after freezing their britches off, economists speculate. The sales were poorer then expected, since Nintendo, Sony, or Microsoft didn't unleash a new gadget to make parents burn their hard-earned money and the government stopped production of lightbulbs for Easy-Bake ovens. It was a win for corporations, since they got their yearly dough to pay for the CEO's third solid gold toilet. They are now selling leftover Christmas crap for New-Years. And preparing for Valentines Day, my most unfavorite time of year. So, yeah, I got some crap for Christmas that was produced by Laotian boys in shops. Oww, where's the light?

2 comments:

Harry Yack said...

Yay for Commercialism! I would have boycotted Christmas Day in order to have some peaceful time off work, but I'd already spent £200 on presents. Pah.

Nerd42 said...

Give the gift of MineCraft This Holiday Season.

Because Scruffy-Looking Swedish Guys with Odd Hats Deserve Your Moneys.