Because the commercial and religious aspects of Christmas have officially become overbearing and because tinsel is distracting: Break out your unadorned, aluminum pole. It’s time for Festivus.
Of course, the zeitgeisty sitcom “Seinfeld,” responsible for gifting us terms “close talker,” “mimbo” and “yada yada,” would also gift us the parody holiday of all parody holidays. Invented by George Costanza’s father, Frank, after he was unable to score his son the doll he so wanted, Festivus celebrates all the angst associated with the holiday season. Join the rest of us for Festivus and honor the seasonal tradition of airing your grievances and listing all the ways your family has disappointed you. And don’t forget to train for the Feats of Strength. Happy Festivus!
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