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HALLOWEEEEEEN.

I use it as an excuse to kinda Cosplay (something I've always wanted to do) if there's a party, and the acting work around Halloween is great fun. What's not to like?
I also just generally like autumn, so there's that too!

I'm not a fan of Christmas...


Mexico's halloween: "Dia de muertos" or "day of the dead" I love it, the tradition and respect for that holiday is awsome


I have ALWAYS been fascinated by Die de los muertos!!! Good shout.

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4th of July.

Blowing shit up never gets old..

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Christmas. The time off is nice.
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Christmas. I'm a Christian so it's obvious why, Christmas is the birth of Jesus Christ. Another reason is Christmas is the time of year when I fly home and spend time with my parents, brothers, and all my family all the way til New Year. Second favorite holiday is Thanksgiving, it's a week long holiday for me where I visit my family back home.
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Halloween because my family doesn't have to feed the rest of the family for that holiday.
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I like my birthday, my family go out for food together and it's a nice feeling. I don't really care about the presents though.
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Halloween. It's the only day where you don't have to be yourself.
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Lunar New Year.

I get money and food.
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Chinese New Year

because atheists haven't found some reason to trash it yet
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nanikore2 wrote:

Chinese New Year

because atheists haven't found some reason to trash it yet


Probably because religion and politics shouldn't mix *cough* putting a nativity scene outside of a federal building *cough*

Onto the OP's question...

Walpurgisnacht is fun in Germany, followed my May Day for me. Tanz in den Mai!

http://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/germany/may-day



Walpurgisnacht as Heidelberg, where my father went to High School and had his prom in a castle



A simple Maypole being strung up.

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Dark_Alma wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:

Chinese New Year

because atheists haven't found some reason to trash it yet


Probably because religion and politics shouldn't mix *cough* putting a nativity scene outside of a federal building *cough*



Chinese New Year still does, in China
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nanikore2 wrote:


Dark_Alma wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:

Chinese New Year

because atheists haven't found some reason to trash it yet


Probably because religion and politics shouldn't mix *cough* putting a nativity scene outside of a federal building *cough*



Chinese New Year still does, in China


Chinese New Year still does, in China
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Thanksgiving.

Family comes together. I get to cook. I love to cook. And turkey is one of my favorite things to cook.

Plus leftovers for days.






A close second would be Halloween just because I love seeing all the kids in their costumes and horror movies.
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DazaiShinju wrote:


I have ALWAYS been fascinated by Die de los muertos!!! Good shout.



It's a beautiful holiday.
Even though my family lives in the states it is still one of our most important holidays.
I'm the one responsible for constructing the altar that is set up for the festivities
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