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Merry Orthodox Christmas

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1. Posted by Cezar (Full Member 16 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

I would just like to wish Merry Christmas to all of you who are celebrating it today, mostly Orthodox Christians. Mir Boziji-Hristos se Rodi-God's peace-Christ is Born!

2. Posted by vegasmike6 (Travel Guru 3573 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

Quoting Cezar

I would just like to wish Merry Christmas to all of you who are celebrating it today, mostly Orthodox Christians. Mir Boziji-Hristos se Rodi-God's peace-Christ is Born!

I learned something with your post. I did not know that Jan. 6th was also celebrated as Christ's birthday. Always good to broaden ones education.

3. Posted by Cezar (Full Member 16 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

Acctualy it is celebrated on January 7th. It is based on Julian calendar which is two weeks behind the Gregorian calendar which is used in Catholic Church.

4. Posted by magykal1 (Travel Guru 2026 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

Cheers buddy! I wouldn't have known that - I have a friend who is Orthodox who I can now confidently wish 'Merry Christmas' today!

5. Posted by wotthefiqh (Inactive 1447 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

There's nothing orthodox about Christmas!!!
Every year I don't know till Christmas Eve if my step-children (all 21+ years thankfully)will grace our house or their father's with their presence for Christmas lunch or dinner.
Add my sister's family who live 10 minutes away (she's a nutter) and a radical 85 year old mother-in-law who lurvs Moet and it's no wonder I take to the turps with enthusiasm.

Merry Orthodox Christmas.

Anthony

6. Posted by vegasmike6 (Travel Guru 3573 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

Quoting cobbana

There's nothing orthodox about Christmas!!!
Every year I don't know till Christmas Eve if my step-children (all 21+ years thankfully)will grace our house or their father's with their presence for Christmas lunch or dinner.
Add my sister's family who live 10 minutes away (she's a nutter) and a radical 85 year old mother-in-law who lurvs Moet and it's no wonder I take to the turps with enthusiasm.

Merry Orthodox Christmas.
Anthony

I do not know what 'turps' are, but am guessing something alcohlic. All the Aussies I met in Thailand and Cambodia never needed an excuse to drink. Any day was a good day for them to get blasted.

7. Posted by wotthefiqh (Inactive 1447 posts) 11y Star this if you like it!

Yup,
Turps is an ockerism for booze (neck oil, etc)