The Ninth Day before Festivus is traditionally the day of the Festivus Miracle! It’s the day we list our miracles in the comments section! Remember, in the Kramer tradition, you create the Festivus Miracle instead of waiting for the miracle to come to you!
It’s a Festivus Miracle! Doug Jones won! Happy Fucking Festivus, Doug! And thank you for creating such a wonderful miracle!
It’s a Festivus Miracle! Mike’s Blog Round Up over at Crooks and Liars ran a link to my How Come Repubes Support Roy Moore, But Dems Force Al Franken Out? Moral Foundation Theory post! Happy Fucking Festivus, Infidel753! And thank you for creating such a wonderful miracle!
It’s a Festivus Miracle! We ran into the neighbor on the landing on our way out to dinner after the wife turned down a dinner invitation from them!
It’s a Festivus Miracle! I poured a cup of coffee after telling my wife that the coffee was done!
It’s a Festivus Miracle! Our Christmas Tree is not only up, it’s decorated, and, what’s more, the lights are on and twinklin! It’s a triple Festivus Miracle!
Let’s celebrate our Festivus Miracles and yours in the comment section! Happy Fucking Festivus, everybody!
wikiHow to Celebrate Festivus
Four Parts: Getting a Festivus Pole Eating a Festivus Dinner Airing Your Grievances Participating in the Feats of Strength
If you don’t want to celebrate the holidays in the traditional sense, you might enjoy celebrating Festivus. With Festivus, you can resist holiday commercialism and stresses while still getting together with your loved ones. This December 23rd “Festivus for the rest-of-us” was popularized on the TV show Seinfeld and continues to draw fans each year. Get a Festivus pole, have Festivus dinner, air your grievances, and participate in the feats of strength to celebrate Festivus like a true Seinfeld enthusiast.