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What is the craziest story you heard on Christmas?

Asked by Hypocrisy_Central (21145 points ) December 26th, 2011

In all the festive gatherings and such, crazy never takes a day off. The craziest thing I believe I heard this Christmas was a shooting in Texas. How crazy is that? You open your presents and you do not know you will never get to enjoy them, or Christmas dinner because as the last bow hits the floor, your dead body will too. Did you hear of anything as bizarre and crazy on Christmas?

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zenvelo's avatar

Sorry, but that is a pretty tragic and sad event to be called “crazy”. Christmas can be a profoundly emotional day, and nerves can be on edge.

Maybe you could look for the funniest thing to happen on Christmas, instead of the tragic.

jazmina88's avatar

a victorian house burned down in CT, 5 people died.

judochop's avatar

This is the most tragic I think.
However,

The craziest story I heard on Christmas came from my neighbor who was drunk and talking about his girlfriends weave and how he wishes she’d gone with black hair instead of red hair and how he thinks he might be scared of redheads but never really knew it until he was waking up next to one….

My Christmas was pretty uneventful.

john65pennington's avatar

This was crazy for me at Christmas.

I received clothing that was way too big for me.

I have lost 23 pounds and down to a 40 waist, instead of a 42.

My goal is 200 pounds. I am 6 ft 5 in tall and this will be a good size for me.

Its crazy, but Christmas morning, i weighed 222 pounds.

Sueanne_Tremendous's avatar

@john65pennington 6’5” and 200 lbs? Skinny skinny mini!

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

@zenvelo Sorry, but that is a pretty tragic and sad event to be called “crazy”. I was saying “crazy”, in the sense of unbelievable, daffy, hard to imagine. Something just so unthinkable and senseless it is crazy, for lack of a better word.

HungryGuy's avatar

I heard about that house in CT. What a terrible tragedy.

But for the life of me, what with interconnected smoke alarms in every room of the house these days (one goes off, they all go off), I can’t fathom how people can be trapped by fire these days.

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