Wingnuts roasting on an open fire, Mike Pence talking to his toes, some people in Louisiana simply do not like other peoples’ concepts of holiday cheer. A Christmas lawn display of inflated dragons wearing Santa Claus hats aroused the ire of some of the neighbors, who decided to send hate mail to the dragon-stylist, during this season of love and joy.
Our dragon holiday display got fan mail! (And apparently the "true meaning of Christmas" involves judgmental bullshit?) ? pic.twitter.com/7NLZKkEW2x
— Diana Rowland (@dianarowland) December 15, 2018
“Your dragon display is only marginally acceptable at Halloween. It is totally inappropriate at Christmas. It makes your neighbors wonder if you are involved in a demonic cult. God Bless you and help you to learn the true meaning of Christmas,” the nasty note read.
And, to be considerate of your neighbors of other faith traditions, you should have a dragon carrying a menorah and another carrying a kinara (they are similar, so they'd make tasteful bookends to the nativity scene, I think). Yes, I think more dragons is the way forward.
— Joe Cooper (@swelljoe) December 16, 2018
With a dragon egg in the manger, obviously.
— ❄️elizabeth❄️ (@furiosalizabeth) December 17, 2018
I wouldn't be speaking to any "neighbour" who thinks inflatable dragons are a sign of a cult. What a nutjob. pic.twitter.com/cUvB52BmN0
— Cobalt (Xavier) (@Cobalt900) December 17, 2018
Now I understand what the kids mean when they say "raptor Jesus went extinct for your sins."
— Vincent Boombatz (@VRBoombatzMDPhD) December 17, 2018
Everyone knows the Jesus dragon doesn't appear until midnight on Christmas…. Then the three wise dragons show up a while later and stay until the spring
— whatru? (@jthiels) December 17, 2018
Yes because dragons=cult
And black cats mean you must throw a virgin in a volcano pic.twitter.com/tgp9e9qAwX
— Jasmine Williams (@Jas_A_Williams) December 18, 2018
This diversity business is truly getting out of hand. Good gawd-fearing people need to make it clear to the heathens: 1. The Xian cult is the only acceptable cult, 2. be sure to have a white baby Jesus, only, in all Nativity scenes, to properly reflect his Aryan gawd, and 3. if your kid asks, “Mommy, are reindeer and polar bears indigenous to Bethlehem?” smack him up the side of his head. It’s thinking like that that got us away from the one, true religion.
And what about football? Five minutes of a discussion on Christmas, and nobody has brought up football yet. Ask any true practitioner of the Wingnuttia Faith, particularly south of the Mason-Dixon line, Christmas is all about Jesus and football. And retail.