once again he is 100% correct
Don’t you hate it when you’re willing to do something really crazy and the people around you want the same thing but they’re too afraid of the risks, so you end up doing nothing about it, left feeling disappointed and incomplete? Yeah that’s me if you haven’t guessed already
My boyfriend hates Christmas. Here is what he said on his blog.
“I really dislike Christmas, The idea of spending money on people, to give them gifts that will more than likely be one use or used only once (if that) as a societal expectation for them to spend money on you in return is ridiculous. I hate shopping, I barely visit stores if I have to and I certainly do not watch television for the immersion that they subjugate their viewers to. But the huge “movement” to spend money over the “Christmas” period is ridiculous and unnecessary. Most people these days don’t have the money to do even that but lack the self control to say no or even be empathetic of those who say I can’t afford it this year, despite being in the same situation. And for the religious types and etc whom say it’s a time for family and reflection, family should be respected and cherished every day. Not just one day a year. Christmas annoys me. A shallow tradition that is meant to reflect something but in an ironic twist reflects nothing but conforming to societal norms and expectations.”
The fact that he hates Christmas so much actually bothers me. Maybe it is a shallow tradition for shallow people and maybe family should be celebrated everyday, but for some people who actually already spend and celebrate family time all year round, Christmas is something that they are really looking forward to. Who cares where the tradition comes from and who cares if you follow Christmas or not. Who cares about the money spent on presents. For some people it’s not about money. It’s about giving. Not receiving.
Such an extreme opinion, my god.
Don’t know why I find this so funny
me neither haha