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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Bob Clayton, Sep 23, 2003.
I was born on Christmas, how many other TBers were born on Holidays? (US or Other)
I'm born on leap year!
Normally, I celebrate 28th and 1st, but
this year, I'm going all out!
3 day holiday.
I apologize in advance for any trashy posts, spelling errors, or stooooooopidity during this time period. It's kind of like the OLYMPICS, just having a birthday.
Worked so far, why stop now!
ps where's Funkstoner when you need him ??
I was born on the cusp of Father's day and my dad's birthday.
I was born on the same date that Beethoven died.
Is that a holiday?
My cousin, he's in the Navy, was born on Christmas, and his sister, my little cousin, is a leap year baby. One or the other is odd enough, but both siblings? Odd, huh?
I was born on my birthday. Must be some kinda holiday 'cause people close to me celebrate it every year.
Born march 21st. I believe that is the first day of spring and/or the spring equinox.
St. Patricks Day here... not really a holiday, just an excuse to drink
i got to come home from the hospital on christmas eve....
I was born on Halloween.
Really cool when I was a Kid.
My brother was the first baby born in Los Angeles
County for the new decade. A couple of seconds past midnight, January 1st.
My mom must have had a thing for birthin' on Holidays.
I was born on December 5th, thats kinda close to christmas!
Independence Day, Mexico.
My Birthday's a holiday in Brazil (Tiradentes), so everyone was happy when it came around but not so glad if it fell on a weekend.
In the US, it's in the middle of Spring break, so people are still stoked.
Well if 19 January is a holiday, I was born on one! I have 4 family members including myself, yet mine and my Dad's birthdays are 5 days apart in January, while my brother and mum's birthdays are 10 days apart in May. So May is an expensive month for me.
Well - to us in the UK - "Holidays" is when most people go off to Spain for Sun, Sea, Sand and Sex!! So I would imagine that a lot of births are as a result of "Holiday Romances"!!
Good to meet a fellow Halloween'er like myself. So err, same here. 10/31/86 10:something AM
Halloween is the very opposite of a Holiday or "Holy Day" as it means literally!!
It is a pagan festival when the spirits of the dead walk about on this earth!!
It is the most un-Holy day in the calendar!!
Really if you must know, I consider my birthday to be a holiday cuz im so damned cool
Actually, "Halloween" refers to "All Hallowed Eve"
the Day before "All Saints Day" which is a Holy Day of Obligation.
Nah that's rubbish - it was a pagan festival hundreds of years before the Christian church decided that it was too popular and thought they ought to do something about it, by making up a bogus one of their own!!