This is such a Teacher Gnome Matching Family Group Christmas Party Pajama T Shirt for our overly PC world. It’s gotten to the point where you can no longer celebrate something you believe in without offending others. My mother works at a national retail chain, won’t call them out, but none of the employees are allowed to say Merry Christmas, only, happy holidays. You can’t leave anyone out, that would be assault! Really though, jokes aside, there’s a pocket of our society that will go out of their way to essentially impose their will on others to make sure everyone is included in everything. Even if no one asked to be included. This shows in your question. That one even has to ask what to say to a polite greeting. This “pocket” forces people to abandon their culture, traditions, and ideals all because someone else doesn’t like them. If only history gave us lessons of where these things end up. Oh wait! I can see that you are not one of the crowd that gets angry when someone says something like Merry Christmas to you. You probably genuinely want to know what to say back. I work Saturday’s. I don’t yell at the person that says “happy Friday!” to me. I partake in their joy, even though I won’t be partaking in their Friday night. I’ll either say happy Friday back, because that’s what they are celebrating, or I’ll just ask what they are doing for their Friday night.
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