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People who say "Season's greetings" because supposedly "Merry Christmas" is offensive only to turn around and say "Happy Hanukkah" or "Eid Mubarak" grind my gears.

Same goes for people who snark on Evangelicals but god forbid if you make a comparison between Muslims and said Evangelicals.

How about we stay consistent about how we treat different faiths, huh?

I might be becoming more conservative but it really pisses me off this Christmas time.

People who say "Season's greetings" because supposedly "Merry Christmas" is offensive only to turn around and say "Happy Hanukkah" or "Eid Mubarak" grind my gears. Same goes for people who snark on Evangelicals but god forbid if you make a comparison between Muslims and said Evangelicals. How about we stay consistent about how we treat different faiths, huh? I might be becoming more conservative but it really pisses me off this Christmas time.

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When I visited the uk I was shocked how casually everyone says "merry Christmas", because it's completely secularized. Here in the US I feel like everything is marketed as a "holiday tree" or "holiday gifts." We know what holiday the tree is for hello. I don't know anyone who puts up an Eid tree, or even a solstice tree - and we aren't calling the menorah the "holiday menorah"?