What if...?

United States
June 2, 2009 10:57am CST
I was wondering: If everyday could be either your birthday or Christmas, which would you choose to celebrate? I suppose I would choose Christmas because it makes so many people happy and families get together and celebrate. But I love getting a cake! :-)
5 responses
@alvingb (265)
• Singapore
2 Jun 09
hi there, well that is a really very interestinf question. It sure does make me think. Well lets see, both the days are equally fun and exciting. We get presents for both the days and get cakes and good food for both the days. Well i think i would rather choose christmas too. Well that is because i prefer the decemeber period actually. The whole christmas ambience and the whole christmas feeling and not forgetting the school holidays. Well my birthday falls during the most of the major exam periods in school. therefore i amd unable to really enjoy my birthday actually. well therefore i think if everyday christmas would be the ideal thing for me. Well part from that i think christmas not only makes me happy but makes everyone happy as well. its a universal thing. there if everyone is happy there wont be any problem and the world will be one big happy family. Anyway happy mylotting and have a great day ahead. best reagards, alvingb
• United States
3 Jun 09
thanks for the response, i too enjoy the feeling of christmas. it is a universal thing.
• United States
3 Jun 09
I would celebrate Christmas. I guess it is because more of our families celebrate Christmas together than we do birthdays.
@luvandpower (2049)
• United States
2 Jun 09
That would be kind of hard to answer, to be honest. I cannot go around and say that I like one over the other, because my family pretty much does the same thing on both holidays. However, to answer your question I would have to eliminate my birthday and go with Christmas, because in the Christian religion is it about God, not me.
• Malaysia
2 Jun 09
If I must choose, it might be Christmas. However, if I given the option celebrating both with a single party would be double joy for me. You know, it can be sad and feel forgotten when nobody wish you 'Happy birthday' right. Plus, I can save budget too.
• United States
2 Jun 09
I'd choose Christmas even though I'm not Christian because school's closed on Christmas :)