Annual “2023 Holiday Confusion” Issue



Merry Chrismukkah To All! 

            To eliminate annual court battles over holiday displays in public places, part-time biblical scholars at The Blower say we must first begin by combining the religious holidays of Christmas and Hanukkah.                

            Although this idea has been the subject of Judeo-Christian debate for over 1,300 years, ever since the Dark Ages and the rise of the Muslim Empire, we believe the combined overhead cost of celebrating both the “Twelve Days of Christmas” and “Eight Nights of Hanukkah” would make it prohibitively expensive for both religions.

          By merging those two holidays, followers of both faiths would be able to enjoy a cost-effective celebration during the Fifteen Days of “Chrismukkah,” as we believe the new holiday should be called.          

          Unfortunately, American Culture has greatly changed since the Age of Obama, and predictably, not for the better. Turning “Thanksgiving into Thanksgetting,” merging Thanksgiving and the First Day of Hanukkah into “Thanksgivukkah” nine years ago, and the Retail Rampages on Black Friday were only three of the latest egregious examples.                 

          Massive layoffs during the Obama Recession might’ve been expected by combining Christmas and Hanukkah, with lords a-leaping and maids a-milking being among the hardest hit. As part of the agreement, the letters on the dreidel (that crappy toy top shown on your left with Hebrew letters on each of its four sides) will be replaced by words in Latin, thus becoming unintelligible to an even wider audience.            

          The dreidel’s message is translated as “A great miracle happened there,” but contemporary Christians prefer something more in tune with the times, like: “Miraculous shit happens.”            

           In exchange, Jews would be allowed to exploit Santa Claus and his vast merchandising resources for buying and delivering their gifts.            

           One sticking point holding up the agreement for the past 300 years has been whether Jewish children could defy Kosher dietary laws by leaving milk and cookies for Hanukkah Harry after having eaten meat for dinner. A breakthrough came last year, when Twinkies were finally declared to be Kosher and both sides appeared to be satisfied. Unfortunately, Obama’s dumbed-down Union Goons put the company that makes Twinkies out of business right after Obama was re-elected.              

          Christian comics would be allowed to tell jokes about their “Jewish wives” (How do you get a Jewish girl to stop screwing? Marry Her.) And Jewish mothers (I told my mother I hadn’t eaten for 38 days because I didn’t want my mouth to be full of food every time she called.)          

           Jewish comedians could mock Christianity with stories, like the one about what it would’ve been like if there’d been Three Wise Women instead of Three Wise Men. The Three Wise Women would’ve asked directions, they would’ve arrived on time, they would’ve helped deliver the baby, they would’ve cleaned the stable, they would’ve brought practical gifts, and they would’ve made a casserole. And as they left the manger they would’ve said: “That baby doesn’t look anything like Joseph,” “Did you see the sandals Mary was wearing with that hideous dress?” “That little drummer boy can beat my drum anytime,” “I heard Joseph wasn’t working,” “You want to bet how long it’ll take before you get your casserole dish back?” and “What do you mean Mary’s “a virgin?” I knew her in high school.”            

          Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane declined to say if a takeover of Ramadan and Kwanzaa is also in the works. At yesterday’s meeting of the Conservative Agenda, he merely pointed out that, were it not for the independent existence of these other less important holidays, the merger of Christmas and Hanukkah might indeed be seen as unfairly cornering of the holiday market.            

          “Fortunately for all concerned, Ramadan and Kwanzaa will still allow all those Kneepad Liberals in the Press to whine about political correctness,” Kane explained. “Just imagine having to wish somebody “Happy RamaHanuKwanzMas.”  

          The press conference announcing The Blower’s plan ended with a rousing rendition of “Oy, Come All Ye Faithful” while Jewish retailers in the crowd sang “What a friend we have in Jesus.”

           Meanwhile at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, more cowardly Palestinian suicide elves from Hamas, Hezbollah, and Islamic Jihad wrapped little children with sticks of dynamite, sang “Yassir, That’s My Baby” and “Let’s Kill All the Jews” before sending the kids out to blow themselves to smithereens.


        Now here’s an update on that Company Christmas Party you heard about in yesterday’s Blower:

FROM: Patty Lewis,
Human Resources Director
TO: All Employees
DATE: December 18
RE: Company Holiday Party

In no way was yesterday’s memo intended to exclude our Jewish employees.              

We recognize that Hanukkah which will began at sundown on December 07 is an important holiday which this year will NOT conflict with Christmas Eve. However, from now on we’re just calling it our “Holiday Party.” The same policy applies to employees who are celebrating Kwanzaa at this time. There will be no Christmas tree present. No Christmas carols sung, not even “Mean Jean’s Twelve Days of Christmas.” We will have other types of music for your enjoyment.

We hope you’re happy now.             
Happy Holidays to you and your family.             


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