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A play on words to the old adage "stranger danger" (an expression meant for children, beware of strangers who may do you harm) except this being as an expression used in sarcasm, as a mocking cry for Christians’ who are paranoid that Christmas is under attack in different directions, from the storefronts' secular seasons greetings to the underwhelming populated radical atheists trying to enforce the rule of law, Church versus State, in regards to government property. This term originated on the Daily Show.
Shopper to Clerk: “Don’t tell me ’Happy holidays!’ It’s 'Merry Christmas!' thank you very much!’"

Clerk to his Jewish Co-worker: “Oh dear, manger danger!"
by YumiSpewns December 03, 2014
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