New XDay Nomenclature

To appease the “Keep CHRIST In CHRISTmas!” people, and to be fair to all, I’ve compiled a handy list of other holidays in their shortened X form. (Never minding the fact that the X in Xmas is a shortened, easily-writable form of “Christ”, derived from the historical usage of the Greek letters chi and rho to signify the full name of Jesus Christ in both literature and art.)

  • NewX – January 1
  • Xhog – February 2
  • Xtine’s – February 14
  • WashX Bday – third Monday in February
  • St. X – March 17
  • Xster – 1st sunday after the first full moon after the spring equinox
  • Xfools – April 1
  • CincoX – May 5
  • MX Day – second Sunday in May
  • MemorX – Last Monday in May
  • FX Day – third Sunday in June
  • 4X – July 4
  • LaborX – first Monday in September
  • Xbus Day – second Monday in October
  • Xween – October 31
  • VeX Day – November 11
  • Xgiving – fourth Thursday in November
  • XFriday – first Friday after the fourth Thursday in November
  • Xmas – December 25
  • KwaX – December 26 through January 1
  • NewX Eve – December 31

Hope this makes things fair for everyone.

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