Oh Shit! Is it Kwanzaa Today?

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Well then, in that case, have one.

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12 Responses to Oh Shit! Is it Kwanzaa Today?

  1. notamobster says:

    Bwahahahahaha!!! I laugh at those who try to de-legitimize Christmas and it’s meaning by creating ridiculous celebrations like kwanzaa.

  2. Bman says:

    It is Boxing Day which gives many Canadians the chance to participate in post-Christmas sales and watch hockey games.

    • PhoneGuy says:

      Bman, Except for the NHL, eh? :)

      • Bman says:

        Very true PhoneGuy, however, the World Junior Championships are going on right now. Canadians love junior hockey. Heck, they love all levels of it. If Jesus Christ was going to put on a concert at the Sky Dome in Toronto, and Hank’s Pub way playing Sporty’s Tavern down at the local rink, they would rather go to the hockey game.

        • PhoneGuy says:

          Boy do I know that. Spent some of my jaded youth riding the bus from Boston to Montreal in the 1970s for those famous home/home back-to-back games between the Bruins and “le Club de hockey Canadien”. Felt blessed to have been able to see Bobby Orr, Ken Dryden, Johnny Bucyk and Henri Richard play live.

  3. R.D. Walker says:

    Hey Wevoistas! Have a Kwazy Kwanzaa!

  4. MadBrad says:

    I am proud to say that I only answered 3 questions correctly and that was by chance.

    • notamobster says:

      I don’t know jack about Kwanzaa and I got 5! I must be smart. I guessed dude’s name by looking for the most afro-centric name in the group. 7 is an important number in Christianity & Judaism, so it makes sense to steal it. Once I got the seven days, they asked when it ends… duh! It’s too bad they don’t call it a Kwanzaa party – they might get people to celebrate it, then.

  5. R.D. Walker says:

    I got an inkwedible seven co-wect.

  6. Bman says:

    I was surprised to lean that in 2001, 40 million people celebrated it! Wonder what that number is now? I’m going to write a letter to congress demanding we get that day off. This is an outrage!

  7. xenicalman says:

    My bad.
    I missed National Save the Snail Day too.

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