I say ‘Merry Christmas,’ and I hope you like it

December 10, 2012 — By by DAVE SCHULTZ

It’s mid-December — that time of year when we pronounce the word “looked” with two syllables (“They look-ed up and saw a star”) and we sing the phrase “don we now our gay apparel” and nobody bats an eye.

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