With only 18 days to go until Festivus, an annual holiday mostly celebrated by Seinfeld fans, there are signs that Festivus is nigh.
Clearly the pandemic is not stopping people from recognizing the holiday, even considering it was based on a Seinfeld episode released in 1997. The truth is, Festivus gives people a chance to forget the stress of these times, and have a bit of fun.
Festivus poles are up
In Kingston, New York, Chris Cagnone keeps his baseball themed den, “Cags Dugout,” decorated with Yankees memorabilia. But every Festivus, a tall aluminum pole takes center stage. Probably appropriate, because sports fans typically have many grievances to air. Have a happy Festivus Chris!
Teleworking with soup and Festivus
Tom Budzyna reported that his soup now comes with a mini-Festivus pole, as presented by his chimpanzee butler Winston. Weird… but then, so is Festivus. Happy Festivus Tom!
Blow up Festivus Pole?
George shared a photo of the blow-up Festivus pole in his front yard.
“Nothing says Happy Festivus like an 8-foot tall blow up Festivus pole,” George wrote.
Honestly, this is one of the craziest Festivus-related things we’ve ever seen, and if it did not have Festivus emblazoned on it, people might think it was something else. So, if you want to express your “Festivus,” and let ALL your neighbors know how you feel, then this is something for you.
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Happy Festivus George!
In the tradition of cheapskate George Costanza, Travis has been sending out Festivus holiday cheer, making “donations” on behalf of all humans. Such a great idea, because we all know that people need money. Happy Festivus Travis!
Festivus Advent Calendar
Susan doesn’t celebrate Christmas so she put together a Festivus advent calendar with a joke, treat or gift every day in the month of December. (Twitter)
What a wonderful idea! Happy Festivus Susan!