What x-mas tradition do you NOT celebrate (if any)

Posted by: o0jeannie0o

What tradition do you not do at x-mas time

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I dont do more then one of these

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Going to church

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Lighting the yule log

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Opening presents on x-mas

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Christmas caroling

A Christmas carol is a carol whose lyrics are on the theme of Christmas, and which is traditionally sung on Christmas itself or during the surrounding holiday season. Christmas carols may be regarded as a subset of the broader category of Christmas ... music   more
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Watching x-mas movies as a group

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Hanging lights outside

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I do all of these

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Setting up the tree (as a family)

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Feast on x-mas evening

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Giving to charities

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PetersSmith says2014-12-17T18:29:08.2691050-06:00
Atheist-Independent: Something that you burn, duh.
SamStevens says2014-12-17T18:32:08.3520418-06:00
"A yule log is a large wooden log which is burned in the hearth as a part of traditional Yule or modern Christmas celebrations in several European cultures."[1] [1]http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/Yule_log
Atheist-Independent says2014-12-17T18:32:27.7952133-06:00
Enlightening as always, Peters.
Atheist-Independent says2014-12-17T18:33:29.0180905-06:00
Ah. Much more helpful, Sam.
mishapqueen says2014-12-17T18:35:24.5200786-06:00
A burning log is always "enlightening." :D
o0jeannie0o says2014-12-17T20:47:30.2642059-06:00
Lol is a yule log really not a thing in the states?
Hanspete says2014-12-17T20:48:25.0595944-06:00
Wht the Hell is it?
o0jeannie0o says2014-12-17T20:55:57.8296769-06:00
If you have a fire place it is an actual log where you save part of the bark for the following year and use the past years bark in its place. In my house It represents the cycle of the year. If you dont have a fire place it is a simple log round with a candle and wreath. You light the candle each year for the same purpose.
Hanspete says2014-12-17T20:56:51.5662537-06:00
Never ever heard of it, certainly not a German thing I can tell you that.
o0jeannie0o says2014-12-17T21:02:32.6068951-06:00
Ummm history text has the first mention of the yule log in Germany in 1184 :/
Formerland1 says2014-12-17T21:08:00.8557825-06:00
Wow , literally very log I burn is a Yule log . I thought it was just a log that you burn on Christmas and that was all .

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