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8 Reasons There Is Something Wrong With Christmas

Updated on December 20, 2018
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Chris enjoys having fun, this may be at the expense of others at times. He is sorry, but has no control over your feelings.

A Slap in the Face Merry Christmas!

Our society is finally getting to the point of trying to make some progressive changes and quit offending so many people. Christmas time is a time for insulting others while pretending to be nice and smiling, but I am here to show just how insulting people are with their fake Christmas cheer. A truly and utterly malicious holiday to bring the masses down and keep us under the control of the One Percent!

Christmas' Biggest Problem

We will be starting with what is wrong with the biggest problem of them all, Santa. How do people let their children around this pervert. He has children sit on his lap while patting them and getting his jollies off and a lot of the time he will then reward them for their silence with candy.

I can only imagine what sort of damage this can do psychologically to children. I am lucky enough that I have suppressed these memories and only have the vague awareness of these events from when I was a child. Because of these events I will no longer run around my childhood house with underwear on my head when Santa shows up. Obviously, this has ties to Frosty the Snowman and the beginning of fetishes to laugh about eating yellow snow...

Santa Issue Number Two

Being the largest issue with Christmas, we had to include a second area for Santa. What a narcissistic misogynist he is! Mrs. Clause is made to wait at home all year round. I once heard rumor that Santa ate the cookies because Mrs. Clause was so mean to him she wouldn't bake.

Why can't Santa and Mrs. Clause both share the work? Anytime we see Santa out and about, he is always complaining about how busy he is. But if this was true, why doesn't he depend on the missus more and allow her to be out in public. It's because he thinks he is the only one that can do the job.

And have you ever noticed that most the elves are male? Very few female elves are about and those few that are seem to be taking orders from the male elves. Why is that? It's because the whole North Pole hierarchy are cruel sexist pigs, that's why! Maybe if he appreciated her more, we would call her Jessica or Jess instead of such a formal and distant Mrs. Clause.

Frosty the Snowman

Santa started a precedent and Frosty jumped on the band wagon. Going around all winter naked and just watching everyone. And we are suppose to accept this as normal? What sort of crazy have we let ourselves fall into?

I believe this is one of the most influential factors of people moving to Florida. It may take a long time, but some people stockpile their wealth in order to escape the creepiness that is Frosty the Snowman. I have even heard that people are starting to escape to Arizona in order to get away from Frosty because of additional information through newer, more advanced technology that Arizona will freeze after Florida because of the moisture content and with the help of social media they have realized that California is already crazy.

With discussions into these two characters, let's turn our focus to the myriad of insulting Christmas songs out there.

Baby It's Cold Outside

Every couple of years, we wake up our morals, ethics, and our common decency to protesting "Baby, It's Cold Outside." This year it made the move to some radio stations banning it from their airwaves. Thank goodness!

We know that if a guy wants a woman to stay he wants sex. There is no two sides about it. A lady can't feel woozey from a man making it known he wants to spend time with her and deny those feelings by pretending it is her drink. She must have been roofied. This song is a pioneer for the rape culture. How dare they think that a man has feelings and a woman may want to feel so desired that a man will use every excuse to keep her company.

This has all been proven that since our society is now watching for any instance that may be deemed inappropriate we are lucky that, "The world we live in is extra sensitive now," as radio host Glenn Anderson stated in his blog. With all the negativity for this horrible song out there it is sliding from the charts. According to CDN, polling 4,000 people this song has slid to 2nd for Christmas songs. About time I say!

That's methed up
That's methed up

All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth

Oh, what a mean man you were Don Gardner. The meth epidemic is spreading far and wide as quick as wild fire and you joke about this issue. A drug that has no treatment besides slowly weaning oneself off it. The ever present yearning to slowly poison oneself. Why would we make fun of these people that have it this rough?

The first verse launches into the feeling of despair and isolation that meth mouth must create, and yet you tell us to point it out and smile and laugh about it. This verse exudes the malicious fervor of this harsh song:

Everybody stops and stares at me
These two teeth are gone as you can see
I don't know just who to blame for this catastrophe
But my one wish on Christmas Eve is as plain as can be

In 2018, this is just an insulting and mean-hearted song that deserves to be erased from our history as a people. Imagine what the aliens will think about us if they discover this in 228 years. I am ashamed of mankind when I think about this.

Christmas With A Side Of Racism

To further show how racist our culture is, look no further than "White Christmas" by Bing Crosby. After reading the lyrics, it sounds like Crosby is referring to pre-1920's before middle class African American's began moving into "white" neighborhoods. A song reminiscing about his early 20's. What a shame that we have allowed such a bad example to be set forth and endure the test of time.

We should not set an example for the children of 2018 with songs that fondly remember segregation and division. Look at how the United States has worked so hard on becoming one in the last decade. There has never been such a time before this that we have worked for the betterment of mankind like we do today.

Santa, Again...

We have already talked about how bad Santa actually is, even though he is one of the most popular figures for Christmas. But we have another song that shows violence, sexism, and very possibly more from the rape culture. "Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer," leaves more questions about it than it answers. Why was Grandma running, was it possibly Santa chasing Grandma? Why is it that Santa just doesn't like woman so much?

There are so many signs that Santa is not the most moral person, why is he a judge of who is good and bad? Michael Jackson stated that he saw Momma kissing Santa. I am beginning to see just how much of a gigogo this old man is.

'Do You Hear What I Hear?'

And we have another Christmas song that is a making fun of people. Attempting to make us question Santa and Christmas as a whole while possibly being rather insulting to people with schizophrenia. Why would we question the sanity of reindeer on the roof unless we needed to associate it with an illness.

Why can't we have a holiday that we honor Jesus and those around us. Giving respect to others? Can we have a holiday that centers around lessons of love, acceptance, living to serve one another and make each other better people? No, we have to have this hate filled holiday in which we make fun of one another, use people to get what we want, and push our social agendas.

There needs to be someone who can do this, pull us out of the muck and make us better people. I would only ask that I do not have to do any of the work. If they are truly that good of a person, why should we have to do any work on ourselves or helping others. There is absolutely no reason for us to set an example, learn to think, be moral, ethical, trusting, and teaching. Why would we want one another to be people willing to set aside our differences to recognize that being different is not a bad thing or that we could learn from each other - all need to be uniquely the same.

Disclaimer:

I realize that this may offend some people. I am sorry if it does, but I do not have any ability to control your perspective or your emotions. These are not actually my views, or anyone else's that I am aware of.

There are multiple issues that I make fun of and many people may say in poor taste at that. These issues should be recognized and people educated on them. If a person has an issue from addiction, sexual assault, mental illness, or something that disturbs them to a degree to cause unrest they should learn to deal with these issues from a certified and trusted person(s).

Do not take this seriously.

References:

All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth. (n.d.) Retrieved December 19, 2018 from https://kidsongs.com.

Fordham, Evie. December 19, 2018. 'Baby It's Cold Outside' Ranks Second Place Among Americans' Favorite Christmas Carrols: Poll. Retrieved December 19, 2018 from https://www.conservativedailynews.com.

Gillet, Kim. December 18,2018. Baby, It's Cold Outside gets played on repeat on Kentucky radio station. Retrieved December 19, 2018 from https://www.thenational.ae.

Girlboxing. December 22, 2010. three days until. Retrieved December 19, 2018 from https://girlboxing.org.

Gutman, Stephanie. December 14, 2018. Millenials, banning 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' won't keep you warm at night. Retrieved December 19, 2018 from https://www.usatoday.com.

Meth Mouth: Every Dentist's Worst Nightmare. (n.d.) Retrieved December 19, 2018 from https://www.therecoveryvillage.com.

Meth Mouth: How Methamphetamine Use Affects Dental Health. (n.d.) Retrieved December 19, 2018 from https://www.mouthhealthy.org.

Lenker, Maureen Lee. December 2, 2018. Baby, It's Cold Outside banned by Cleveland radio station. Retrieved December 19, 2018 from https://ew.com.

Nierenberg, Anna. November 30, 2017. Retrieved December 19, 2018 from https://www.steamboatdentistry.com.

© 2018 Chris Andrews

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    • m-a-w-g profile imageAUTHOR

      Chris Andrews 

      17 months ago from Ohio

      I am glad you were paying attention, you passed!

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      Joyce Dykstra 

      17 months ago

      Cute! I can tell you are young. It is Bing, not Ben. I am waiting to hear about the other holidays!

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