- Katie H, firstly: "Merry Christmukkah, kids."
- Adam, secondly: "Christmas greetings."
- Marcy, most briefly: "Happy xmas."
- Monique, generically: "Happy holidays."
- Jenn, emphatically: "MERRY CHRISTMAS"
- Me, wonderfully: "Happy Jews Go to the Movies Day!"
- Edith, quizzically: "jews and mexicans feliz navidad"
- Tristan, long-windedly: "We eat Chinese food too. Altho my fam does celebrate the holiday, at least its most commercial aspects"
- Nate, nerdishly: "Merry Xmas everyone. I hope Santa-bot didn't kill any of you!"
- Haier, jewishly: "no better way to celebrate the birth of santa"
- Jill, piously: "Happy birthday to our lord and savior, the almighty jesus christ!"
- Marcy, againly: "Ur a smally pirate hooker"
- Jessica, popfully: "Yay 4 listen ing 2 the mariah xmas song on repeat!"
- Greg, traditionally: "You mean merry jews go to the movies day"
Saturday, December 25, 2004
The 2005 chain of Christmas text messages, or thirteen ways to say the same thing and one way to say some off-the-wall thing that I still don't fucking understand.