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(MyFox Atlanta)   Once again, travelers wonder whose idea it was to have Christmas during the worst weather of the year   (myfoxatlanta.com) divider line 6
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2012-12-25 08:45:03 AM
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The whole thing about Yule-Tide was the weather was so miserable you couldn't travel. You couldn't go off doing the Viking thing with the boys- which meant not only was the rape/pillage/burn/rape stuff right out, but so were your chances of getting some dinner that was not based on salt mutton, salt pork or salt fish- or worse yet, lutefisk.
So there you were, stuck at home. With the longboat pulled up ashore needing repairs and currently covered with several feet of snow.
So in order to keep from going crazy or, worse yet, insulting Bjorn Skullbreaker's fat-arsed sister and starting a blood feud which would last at least six generations, you had to party. Sure, you might still insult someone's sister, but hey, you were drunk!
So you feasted. And drank those barrels of calvados and wine you looted from that nice monastery in northern France. And feasted some more. And sang songs and made up stories of how many Frankish warriors you fought single-handed. And drank some more, and eventually ended up under the table.
With Bjorn Skullbreaker's fat-arsed sister.
2012-12-24 11:56:17 PM
2 votes:
I think maybe Christmas was invented back before the automobile was the center of civilization.
2012-12-25 12:17:54 PM
1 votes:

Elvis_Bogart: I still want to know whose bright idea it was to schedule the Holidays during the busiest travel period.


The same people who decide where the deer crossings should be.
2012-12-25 03:42:14 AM
1 votes:
Deep south? Derp south.
2012-12-25 01:54:48 AM
1 votes:
I still want to know whose bright idea it was to schedule the Holidays during the busiest travel period.
2012-12-24 11:54:45 PM
1 votes:
Australians.
 
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