Today’s official JoeShopping Blog post was written by Featured Blogger Whit.
You’ve probably noticed the hoopla in the office, on TV, and across the internet about PC greetings. It’s the same thing every year. Some people are offended by the phrase “Merry Christmas” and think we should say “Happy Holidays.” Holidays, if I understand correctly, includes Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanza, and whatever else you may be into. It might also include New Year’s. I’ve heard it both ways.
What I haven’t heard is anyone include Festivus in the mix, and that’s what I find offensive. Are we so far removed from the era of Seinfeld that people have forgotten “a Festivus for the rest of us?” I hope not.
Here are some great ways to help those you love and like (or work for) celebrate Festivus, which is on December 23. Make Festivus part of your happy-ish holidays, always.
Buy Festivus: The Holiday for the Rest of Us for $12.43 at Barnes and Noble.
Looking for some festive Festivus music. You’ve found it! It’s the perfect background music to the feats of strength.
Buy Festivus: Symphonic Classics for $13.99 at Buy.com
Did you receive my Festivus card? This year I sent them with my imagination, but next year I’m sending these! They will be filled with grievances.
Buy Festivus cards at Cardstore.com for $2.99!
What does one wear to a Festivus party? Anything you want. I’m a fan of this Festivus t-shirt for many reasons, among them comfort.
Buy the Festivus t-shirt for $24.50 at dELIAs.
Today’s official JoeShopping Blog post was written by Featured Blogger Whit, a.k.a. Whit Honea. You can find Whit at a number of blogs and websites including BabyCenter, DadCentric, UpTake, Insert Eyeroll, Man of the House, The Disney Blog, and Honea Express. Whit lives outside of Los Angeles with his wife, their two boys, and too many pets. Follow him on the Twitter!
Whit has a lot of problems with you people, and you’re going to hear about them! Now go fight your father.
Top photo: CaptainBlueHen.com