Breaking Tradition

There comes a time, usually in your 20s, where it seems more of a hassle than it's worth to deal with the entire family for the holidays. That's okay, you should spend some years doing something completely different for Christmas. Then later on, you'll appreciate the old traditions more, even the not-so-fun parts of them. Another benefit of breaking tradition is the stories you'll be able to tell years later, like "I spent 20 years working on Christmas Day; you kids don't know how good you have it," or "Remember that year we ate chicken noodle soup for Christmas dinner because that's all we had?" This is the latest from Megacynics.

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