Saturday, December 10, 2005

Ten Reasons To Drink During The Holidays

Contrary to what seems to be popular belief, the word "holiday" does not derive from the Anglo-Saxon words for "drinking too much," but it can sure seem like that at times.

The word "holiday" is a contraction of the words "holy days," periods often of great spirituality and pious reflection. And to many people around the world, that is exactly what they are. However, these days, to more and more people the only spirit associated with the "holidays" is 90 proof and poured over ice.



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