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Mix and Match Holiday Greetings! [Dec. 24th, 2005|04:31 pm]
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Choose one from each step to build a Holiday Greeting, using more than one option from STEPs 1 and 2 is ok if 'and' is used as to connect. Parenthesis show advice from experienced peoples.

STEP 1: Adjective
1. Happy (Common)
2. Merry (Common)
3. Joyous (not as common)
4. Marinated (not at all common)
5. Good (not enthusiastic)
6. Feliz (Spanish for Happy)

STEP 2: Holiday
1. Hanukkah (all capitalism)
2. Christmas (more capitalism)
3. Kwanzaa (not really a holiday)
4. Feast of Pasta (Pastafarian)
5. Holiday Season (generic)
6. Navidad (Spanish for Christmas)

STEP 3: Punctuation
1. ! (recommended. enthusiastic)
2. ? (NOTE: can be offensive)
3. . (not enthusiastic)
4. , (used before something else)
5. ... (see 2)
6. ; (NOT recommended)

You may use your Holiday Greeting to greet or welcome a stranger, neighbor, or traveler from the North. Greetings also may be used in writing. Using "Have a..." then your Holiday Greeting is also righteous.

[User Picture]From: wanda505
2005-12-25 06:03 am (UTC)
I have to say, the is one of the best lists yet. Muchly so.
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2005-12-26 07:19 pm (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: imagine8peace
2006-01-05 11:48 pm (UTC)
I think number six on step three should be this:

6. ; (Spanish for punctuation)
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