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How are you spending your "Easter" weekend coming up? Is it a statutory holidays where you live?

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I'll have great sex.

zesty Level 7 Apr 9, 2019
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My family celebrates all the major holidays. But we don't put any religious context behind it. We are the corporate America model citizens in that regard.

Christmas - presents
Easter - egg hunt and candy baskets
Thanksgiving- football and food

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Yes it is a statutory holiday. Nothing special. Same as any other day!

ToolGuy Level 8 Apr 9, 2019
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I'm going to share a good dinner with two of my neighbors. We're having ham, potato salad, deviled eggs and baked beans. The lady making dessert hasn't decided yet what she's making.

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It is an official school holiday here in Mississippi. I don't know if I'll be working or not though. My ex is coming to visit my sons & I'm not looking forward to seeing his creepy face for the first time in 5 months.

Since Easter is one of the Chocolate Holidays I do celebrate it & already have baskets filled for my 2 boys & my boyfriend. Most likely they will give me little to nothing so then I will eat their chocolate.

Carin Level 8 Apr 8, 2019

For those of you who wonder, the other Chocolate Holidays are Valentines, Hallowe'en, Xmas & anyone's birthday.

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In northern Ohio with my man.

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I celebrated no US holidays after moving to Buddhist Thailand from Oct. 2010 until a few months ago, and I still don't celebrate anything religious.

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There's an Atheists of America convention. The irony alone was enough to motivate me to go. ?

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