It’s Christmas Eve, December 24, with Santa due to visit tonight all the children who have been good over the past year.
However, yesterday was another important holiday celebration. Festivus, which is ‘for the rest of us’ occurs every year on December 23, and this year was no exception.
If you have no idea what Festivus is then you clearly aren’t a Seinfeld fan. Because Festivus is an annual holiday celebration with its roots in the seminal 90s sitcom.
The story goes that George Constanza’s father decided to create his own holiday to celebrate instead of Christmas. And so Festivus was born.
The best thing is all you need are an aluminum pole, some family and friends to air your grievances with, and someone to perform the Feats OF Strength.
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