Holy Christmas, Er, Animé Day!

Rather annoyed by the fooraw up in Seattle about an Xmas display, and the made-up holiday of Kwanza, Steven decided a new holiday was needed.

If Ron Karenga can do it, so can I. The newly-formed Otaku religion celebrates Anime Day on December 25. It’s a jenn-you-wine traditional Japanese holiday (that I just made up) which otaku celebrate by putting up life-sized cardboard cutouts of Sailor Moon. We demand that Usagi be placed next to Rabbi Bogomilsky’s menorah, and if they won’t do that then we’ll sue.

Unfortunately, there’s already a schism underway if he thinks Sailor Moon is an appropriate icon for Animé day! There is only one Goddess of Animé Day, and thou shalt worship no graven images before her!

“Splitter!” After all, the Church of Haruhi was founded in April. Who do these Johnny-come-latelies think they are?

My, but that bellybutton looks yummy…

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7 Responses to Holy Christmas, Er, Animé Day!

  1. But it’s not legal in Region 1! (yet)

  2. Ubu Roi says:

    Freedom of religion, baby, freedom of religion!

  3. Ubu Roi says:

    Oh good god! I don’t believe this in IE…..

  4. bkw says:

    Shouldn’t that be “Freedom of Region”?


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