I am going to get straight to the great half: Simply open up Google and seek for “Festivus.”
Yep, that is a Festivus pole — the normal centerpiece of any good Festivus celebration. And simply in time for Festivus, which is widely known yearly on December 23rd, too. Hey, that is in the present day!
The pole goes all the best way down the web page:
A enjoyable tip for the remainder of us: open up a brand new tab and lookup “Festivus” for a pole-tastic shock. pic.twitter.com/Gm9vIqsZRu— Google Chrome (@googlechrome) December 23, 2018
If you happen to’re unfamiliar, Festivus is a non-demonitational vacation — as in “Festivus, for the remainder of us” — popularized by the traditional sitcom “Seinfeld.” The celebration sees household and pals collect round an unadorned aluminum pole, and carry out traditions just like the Feats of Power and the Airing of Grievances.
However do not take my phrase for it. Here is the official rationalization, from “Seinfeld:”
Additionally, it needs to be famous that Google has loads of different, extra conventional vacation surprises, too.
That is what you get once you seek for Christmas:
And Hannukah, which has already handed this yr:
And Kwanzaa, which begins on December 26th:
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