Merry Christmas...

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by monsly, Dec 24, 2011.

  1. ...YOU WANKERS. I hope some of your festive wishes come true and that no immediate harm befalls you.

    I'm actually really looking forward to Christmas this year. And I can't wait to say goodbye to 2011, which has been pretty shitty for me and even worse for others. Especially dictators, the poor dears. Anyhow, I can safely say if next year's worst then it means the Mayans were right all along.

    Anyone else happy and cheery or are we all a shower of miserable bastards? I WONDER.
  2. If I had a message board I'd take it down every Christmas.

    I'll be refilling my coffers with vanilla egg nog in a second than maybe Christmas will begin :|
  3. 7:39 and its the wife who got me up not my daughter....

    Anyways, merry Christmas everyone.
  4. The sooner it's over the better as it's just another day to me.
  5. Merry christmas folks.
  6. Merry Christmas Peeps.
  7. Merry Christmas.
  8. Apparantly I drank all the Vanilla Egg Nog in the county :/
  9. People are so happy on christmas. It pisses me off.
  10. Surely you mean at Christmas, how could you be on Christmas?
  11. Maybe Christmas is a slang term for goofballs or something.
  12. american people understand what he's saying
  13. They may understand it but it's wrong nonetheless.
  14. it's only wrong if you're anal and can't get with the times. now stfu
  15. On and in are pretty bad to mix up.

    You wouldn't want to say "I put a cracker in my mother" for example.
  16. that was a funny example because if you say it the other way, "I put a cracker on my mother" it's still funny.
  17. oh well... the cynics were hushed for 24 hours I guess :| can't we all just get along??
  18. And I thought I was a hater.
  19. You uneducated 3rd world nincompoop...

    In the context of the post made December 25th, Christmas clearly refers to Christmas day and not the Christmas "season". Therefore, "on" is the correct grammatical construction of the sentence.