It's beginning to smell a lot like Kwahanzaakahmas...
Fine! The carols need work. What's Kwahanzaakahmas you ask? Lay your world-weary eyes on this fine bit of lore: HERE, and then go HERE to learn about each day's activities. (tl;dr: drink and eat lots because it's cold outside. We also have platypodes.)
Friday, December 20: Twenny
Saturday, December 21: Yule
Sunday, December 22: Feast of the San Dimas
(Saints @ Panthers 1:00pm ET)
Monday, December 23: Festivus
Tuesday, December 24: Christmas Eve
Wednesday, December 25: Christmas Day
Thursday, December 26: Boxing Day
Friday, December 27: Feast of the Immaculate Concession
Saturday, December 28: Langeaufwiedersehenssagennacht
Sunday, December 29: Ante Penultima Nocta
Monday, December 30: Hogmanay Eve
Tuesday, December 31: New Year's Eve
I'm open to suggestions as to how to work Krampus into our traditions. "Augh! I ate too much! Now I have a Krampus!" On one hand, a beastman snatching small, naughty children in the night is pretty much diametrically opposed to the spirit of Kwahanzaakahmas; however, on the other hand it's pretty bad ass. Also, every good holiday tradition needs it's dramatic foil: the abominable snowman, the winter warlock, fruitcake.
I promise I'll be better about posting this year. Probably
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