This Australian politician doesn’t hate Christmas, he hates Festivus
It’s a Festivus, for the rest of us, but not for one Australian politician.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews was criticized by opponents for banning Christmas carols in schools, a claim he disputes—and has some fun with on Facebook doing so by invoking our favourite Seinfeld holiday, Festivus.
“Unfortunately Seinfeld fans, we may still ban Festivus in schools,” Andrews writes sarcastically on Facebook, adding references to the holiday’s traditions. “Reports from the trial indicate that the Feats of Strength were completely underwhelming and the Airing of Grievances was not warmly received in Grade 1.” Read more…
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