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Sexmas

a gender bending holiday
 
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We need to reverse christmas and easter and celebrate death and life in the order that they come in nature. Or at least we should mix them up a little and make santa female for instance and celebrate ejaculation in december and birth in april. Or I guess that is what that holiday in new orkeans is about that is right inbetween.
JesusHChrist, Dec 20 2012

Mistletoe kissing and more... http://deoxy.org/time/sabbats/12-21.htm
[pocmloc, Dec 20 2012]

Mardi Gras http://upload.wikim...ceMardiGras2009.JPG
[JesusHChrist, Dec 20 2012]

Carnival http://famouswonder...n-rio-thumbnail.jpg
[JesusHChrist, Dec 20 2012]

La Mercè http://img.pen.io/505ad6afe591e7.86263762
[JesusHChrist, Dec 20 2012]

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       //ejaculation in december and birth in april// So, for marmosets?
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 20 2012
  

       surely its in the right order already then & Jesus should know surely.
po, Dec 20 2012
  

       XXXmas for hardcore types.   

       Sadly the history of religion isn't as straighforward as the yearly routine, which most people are actually zealous about.
rcarty, Dec 20 2012
  

       So Jesus is a marmoset?
tatterdemalion, Dec 20 2012
  

       Jesus was most likely a fall baby, so perhaps we should celebrate his procreation in Decemberish? Where is New Orkeans? Is that where the Orkin Army is?
RayfordSteele, Dec 20 2012
  

       And here I was thinking that time was continuous, and one year's Christmas is followed by the next year's Easter... Hrmm... Is there something the Mayans weren't telling us, perhaps?
In No Particular Order, Dec 20 2012
  
      
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