Weekly Poll Results - What holiday do you celebrate this winter?

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What holiday do you celebrate this winter?

Christmas 64% (132)

Pie / Cake 15.5% (32)

Bannana / Apple 4.8% (10)

Do not celebrate anything. 3.3% (7)

12 Days of Christmas (Old Christmas) 2.9% (6)

Advent 2.4% (5)

Other (please state what it is.) 1.9% (4)

Eid ul-Adha 1.4% (3)

Hanukkah 0.9% (2)

Bodhi Day 0.9% (2)

Saint Nicholas' Day (Idea of Santa Claus , December 6 ) 0.9% (2)

Sadeh , Yalda, or Chahar Shanbeh Suri 0.4% (1)

Diwali 0,0% (0)

Samhain or Yule (Yuletide) 0,0% (0)

Total: 206
Start: 12-20-2008 22:57
Last: 12-28-2008 18:44


 #1 - Saint Nicholas day?? WTF - Posted by: GOATSK (Member) on 12-21-2008 at 14:34
Its Called Sinterklaas And its celebrated december 5th.... Just so you dont get the wrong idea

 #2 - Posted by: Revan999 (Staff) on 12-21-2008 at 16:38
It's the same thing goatsk. It's just named differently based on location. (Some times a different day normally the 5th or 6th) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinterklaas http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Nicholas

 #3 - Posted by: DJatWORK (Member) on 12-22-2008 at 07:27
We Germans celebrate "Nicolaus" (December 6th) AND Christmas 24th. The 25 - 26 are only holidays, so nothing interesting. :)

 #4 - Posted by: GOATSK (Member) on 12-26-2008 at 06:15
Yeah we dutch celebrate Sinterklaas And Christmas :) Anyway i didnt knew all that revan 999 :P thanks for the additional info

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