questionswhat do you celebrate this time of the year?

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Thanksgiving, Christmas and Wintereenmas

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@davidschronic: I bet my Festivus pole is bigger than yours

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Festivus. I rock at 'Feats of Strength.'

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Maruaroa o Takurua, Meán Geimhridh, Midwinter, Modranicht, Mummer's Day, Perchta, Rozhanitsa, Shab-e Chelleh, Şewy Yelda, Soyal, We Tripantu, Yule, Jul, Jól, Joul, Joulu, Jõulud, Géol, Geul, Zagmuk, Ziemassvētki, Festivus, Kwanzaa, HumanLight, Thai Ponggal, Bodhi Day, Calan Gaeaf, Saint Nicholas' Day, Christmas Eve, Feast of Fools, Feast of the Circumcision, Saint Sylvester's Day, Saint John the Evangelist's Day, Watch Night, Diwali, Pancha Ganapati, Flying Spaghetti Monster Holiday, Day of the Ninja, Chalica, Crimbo, and many more.

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Here are some examples:
Thanksgiving, Christmastide, Twelvetide, Twelve Holy Days, St. Stephen's Day, Boxing Day, Childermas, Feast of the Innocents, Twelfth Night, Candlemas, Advent, Epiphany, Saint Nicholas Day, Winter Holiday Season, Lantern Festival, Beiwe Festival, Brumalia, Chawmos, The Return of the Light, Amaterasu, Choimus, Deygān, Dōngzhì, Hogmanay, Karachun, Коляда, Sviatki, Dazh Boh, Makara Sankranti, Meán Geimhridh, Midvinterblót, Sanghamitta Day, Saturnalia, Sol Invictus, Wayeb, Goru, Hanukkah, Hogmanay, Inti Raymi, Junkanoo, Winter Solstice, Lohri, Lucia, Makara Sankranti...
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