Sunday, December 23, 2007

Festivus for the rest of us

What with all this Christmas, Kwanza, Hannukah, and Winter Solstice partying going on, it's easy to forget today's holiday.

It's one of those holidays you can celebrate anytime you like, but being a purist, I always celebrate it on December 23.

I'm talking about Festivus, the holiday for the rest of us.

You know the rituals, I'm sure, but in case you've forgotten, here they are.

Set out an Aluminum Pole. Serve a Festivus Meal of meat loaf or spaghetti with red sauce. As soon as the meal is served, begin the Airing of Grievances. As the Airings continue, move on to the final ritual, Feats of Strength.

And be on the lookout for your own Festivus Miracle.

Happy Holidaze, everyone!

— W.S.

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