Festivus: How To Celebrate With the Rest of Us

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One Response to “Festivus: How To Celebrate With the Rest of Us”

  1. Jojo says:

    Oops. A bit late as Festivus was yesterday (12/23).
    What is Festivus… It’s for the Rest of Us!

    Festivus is a nondenominational holiday that is celebrated on December 23rd. The TV show Seinfeld helped popularize this holiday. Dan O’Keefe a writer on Seinfeld father discovered the holiday in a book published in 1966. The O’Keefe family celebrated the holiday for years. Then Dan told the story of Festivus to the Seinfeld staff and the rest is history. Today hundreds of thousands celebrate Festivus.

    How do I celebrate Festivus?