Have you heard that some people are taking offense at being issued the "wrong" kind of season's greetings? For pity's sake, people, nothing to get all snippy about. It's not that hard. Here's the short course:
• If you know somebody is a Christian, say "Merry Christmas".
• If you know that they're Serbian, like my mom's side of the family, say "Khristos se rodi" (or "Joyeux Noël" or "Felíz Navidad" or whatever the appropriate ethnicity is).
• If you know they're Jewish, go with "Happy Hanukkah".
• If you know they're Wiccan, say "Blessed Yule".
• If you know they enjoy Kwanzaa, say "Joyous Kwanzaa".
• If you know they celebrate Festivus, say "Happy Festivus".
• If you're talking to me — “Are you talkin' to me?” — “Go, Pack!" gets a big grin all year round.
• And in all other cases (that is, when you don't know), go with "Happy Holidays" and you can't miss.
Do you detect the common theme here? It’s about spreading cheer to the other person. It’s not all about you.
Now please pick your favorite season's greeting and pretend it came from me. 8^D