Do they ever?

I hope that you all had a wonderful Christmas day and I hope that however you chose to spend it, it was full of awesome and even more awesomeness…

My biggest recommendation about what to do after you’ve come back from the gathering or finished whatever you do, is to stay off of the social media. Seriously, it was really depressing! It had nothing to do with what people were posting photos either. The “trending” topic was how people had made online deliveries for food the day before and of course it was a disaster … Now I completely 100% understand how frustrating that could be. But to come on a social media page on Christmas Day, all day, to attack people you don’t know, because they’re telling you to act a little more grateful (which is the biggest irony of all). It was just a sight too see! I wanted to feel so sorry for these people, but it’s a bit hard to feel sorry for people who are proving exactly what kind of “entitled” age we are living in. I genuinely want to feel sorry for them, but I just can’t,lol.

Yes, just be grateful people and if something frustrating happens, by all means, be frustrated, it’s frustrating when you don’t get what you expected, but realise if you’re spending the whole of Christmas Day attacking people, telling them to “get a life” might have a few thousand people laughing at you.

In Australia right now every 26th of December is Boxing Day (followed a lot by Commonwealth Nations) and I think that it’s one of those official/unofficial Public Holidays … Official in that it is a Public Holiday, but a lot of things are opened and we have a lot of sales on today. I woke up and checked my emails and I had a full page of sale online and in-store emails and now I can’t stop looking!!!


Boxing Day

So here in the land “Down Under” on the 26th of December (the day after Christmas, for all those new players at home) Australia and other countries that fall under the “Commonwealth” countries. Commonwealth countries are usually countries where Queen Elizabeth and the Royal family of England still ultimately rule.

Originally where this day originated from, was when servants and tradespeople would receive a “box of gifts” from their bosses or employers.

Today to celebrate this day here is a video of a cat…Trust me, it’s funny =P

Published on 23 Apr 2014