There's just over three weeks until the beginning of Kwahanzaakahmas, so to help you plan your festivities, here's this year's calendar.
Monday, December 20 - Twenny
Tuesday, December 21 - Yule
Wednesday, December 22 - The Feast of the Immaculate Concession
Thursday, December 23 - Festivus
Friday, December 24 - Christmas Eve
Saturday, December 25 - Christmas
Sunday, December 26 - Boxing Day
Monday, December 27 - Feast of San Dimas
Tuesday, December 28 - Langeaufwiedersehenssagennacht
Wednesday, December 29 - Ante Penultima Nocta
Thursday, December 30 - Hogmanay Eve
Friday, December 31 - New Year's Eve
I moved Langeaufwiedersehenssagennacht later in the calendar this year, since 10 days seemed a bit too long to say goodbye. No one likes to drag those things out; better to end it quickly like taking off a bandage. Well, relatively quickly. After all I believe it was Boyz II Men who taught us the valuable lesson that It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday.
Your match-up for the Feast of San Dimas 2010 is: Saints v. Falcons. Go Saints! (It's mandatory.)
For a longer explanation of how you can celebrate these days go here.1
And just to put it all in one place, go here for the full run-down of what Kwahanzaakahmas is all about.
Have a bitchin' Kwahanzaakahmas and be excellent to one another!
1 - Though, really, as long as you're spending time feasting with friends and family in an atmosphere of bonhomie as they say, it's all good.
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