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12-20-2005, 05:32 PM

Well its early for Festivus, Festivus is celebrated on December 23
Festivus is a nondenominational-holiday.
Lets celebrate Festivus FinHeaven Style

The Festivus Pole: The Costanzas' tradition begins with a bare aluminum pole, which Frank praises for its "very high strength-to-weight ratio." During Festivus, an unadorned aluminum pole is displayed.

Festivus Dinner: The Festivus dinner menu is flexible, but it should be filling non-holiday comfort food (no turkey, duck, goose, or ham). The televised dinner featured what may have been meatloaf or spaghetti in a red sauce. (Presumably, an entree in a red sauce is more festive.) Alcohol is optional, as Kruger was seen drinking from his flask.

The Airing of Grievances: At the Festivus dinner, each FinHeaven Member tells how Bills, Jets, and Patriots Fans and players disappointed you that year.

The Feats of Strength: The Feats of Strength is where the head of the Lounge (Mindwarp) is pinned by The Mor, Festivus dose not end untill Mindwarp is pinned.

The Festivus Miracle
The Festivus Miracle is when something that you would not expect, ex if harmonkoz becomes a Dolphin fan that that would be a Festivus Miracle, another one would be if You become a mod, (so if any member of FinHeaven reading this becomes a mod on December 23, thats a Festivus Miracle


Here is my Festivus present to you, now if you have to give any presents to anyone give them this, and if they find out that the Human Fund is not real just say its because u don't celebrate Christmas, you celebrate Festivus.

"A Festivus, For the Rest of Us!"
- Frank Costanza

12-20-2005, 05:35 PM
:lol: That was one of the best Seinfeld episodes.

12-20-2005, 06:21 PM
greatest tv show ever made was about nothing :lol:

I miss seinfield, my fav character by far wasnt actually kramer but george...where that guy jumps off the roof and lands on his car :lol: :lol: :lol:

pigman :lol: :lol: :lol:

BTW Happy Festivus :tongue:

12-20-2005, 06:58 PM
I watched Seinfeld last night.....what a great show that was. :)

12-20-2005, 09:07 PM

Nice thread man!!

Seinfeld still rules!! I've seen them all and still LMAO every time!!

12-20-2005, 09:11 PM
Greatest show ever.

12-20-2005, 10:06 PM
HAHA! Another Festivus Miracle!

12-20-2005, 10:11 PM
greatest tv show ever made was about nothing :lol:

I miss seinfield, my fav character by far wasnt actually kramer but george...where that guy jumps off the roof and lands on his car :lol: :lol: :lol:

pigman :lol: :lol: :lol:

BTW Happy Festivus :tongue: :lol:

George- So any word? Did you hear from the "pigman?"
Kramer- No.
George- And he's not a pigman is he?
Kramer- NO, he's not.. .He's just a fat little mental patient.

12-21-2005, 12:58 AM
"And now it's time for the airing of the grievances.

Kroger, my son says your company STINKS!!" :roflmao:

A donation has been made in your name to the Human Fund.

12-21-2005, 05:39 AM
Any holiday of Kramer's is a holiday of mine!

12-21-2005, 03:05 PM
Favorite episode: Helllllllloooooooooooooooooooooo!

12-22-2005, 06:24 PM
The Festivus episode is on TBS at 9 pm tonight

12-22-2005, 06:28 PM
Favorite episode: Helllllllloooooooooooooooooooooo!

omg i was saying that into my mic just a few minutes ago thinking of that...awesome episode :evil:

12-23-2005, 06:53 PM
Happy Festivus Everyone!

12-23-2005, 11:10 PM

ERIE, Pa. (AP) - The celebration of Festivus is alive and well in northwestern Pennsylvania, nearly a decade after the bizarre "holiday" garnered pop culture notoriety on "Seinfeld."

Residents were preparing to celebrate "the festivus for the rest of us" Friday with a night of airing grievances, feats of strength and, of course, the aluminum Festivus pole.

"It's all in good fun," said Jeff Boam, 36, a math teacher from Millcreek Township and longtime "Seinfeld" fan.

"More than anything else, it's a great excuse to get together with friends and have outrageous fun," said George Klapsinos, 38, a senior technical service specialist for Lord Corp.
Many people learned of Festivus through "Seinfeld," but its roots actually go back several decades, when writer Daniel O'Keefe's father started it. He was looking for something more from the holidays, something that wasn't political or religious.