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Two words Islamist preachers don’t want Mohammedans to use towards “infidels”, because unprovenly Allah would be displeased if they do.
In some liberal or atheistic circles, it’s politically incorrect to wish your Christian friends and colleagues a “Merry Christmas”; however, you’d wish them “Happy Holidays!”—isn’t this a case of religion being hijacked by extremism or atheism?
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by MathPlus December 15, 2017
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A phrase to spread Holiday cheer. Can be found said mostly in the month of December till the end of December 25th in which the phrase is drastically replaced with just Happy New Year. Most people get offended by hearing this phrase but they're idiots put plain and simple.
*On the Daily Show*
O-Riely: If you are offended by the phrase "Merry Christmas" then you are a sick person in need of help!
by Neezy December 18, 2005
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1. When used between Christians and between atheists of Christian descent, "merry christmas" is a straightforward and harmless way of wishing one another happiness on a common holiday shared between the two.

2. When used by right-wing Christians against non-Christians in the United States, "merry christmas" is a malicious expression of Christian supremacy and of a revisionist history, contrary to verifiable reality, in which the United States is a nation founded on Christian principles (they say "Judeo-Christian" but everyone knows they mean Christian).
1. Merry Christmas!

2. Merry fucking Christmas you fucking foreigners with your foreign holidays, this is 'merica!
by Valerie Morghulis December 05, 2017
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