Ladies and gentlemen, get ready to celebrate the holiday season with the latest episode of “Three Fates Decide” podcast. In this Christmas special, the hosts share their personal experiences, traditions, and memories of the festive season. The episode highlights the lack of Thanksgiving movies compared to the abundance of Christmas movies. The speakers discuss their various family traditions for the holidays. The overall message is one of sharing and learning about different holiday traditions. The podcast conversation includes humorous stories about holiday mishaps and decorating traditions. This episode includes discussions on favorite Christmas songs, movies, and non-traditional movies. The hosts remind listeners to stay safe while enjoying time with loved ones.
This podcast is a must-listen for anyone who wants to experience the joy and nostalgia of the holiday season while learning about different traditions and opinions. So, tune in to “Three Fates Decide” and let the hosts guide you through a delightful and informative Christmas journey. Don’t miss out on the fun and excitement, listen now and let the Three Fates Decide.
Topic: Christmas traditions, memories, and favorite movies
– Lack of Thanksgiving movies compared to Christmas movies
– Personal experiences celebrating Christmas
– Family traditions: meatless Christmas Eve dinner, opening presents, spending time with loved ones
– Different traditions among individuals
– Experiences and memories of Christmas
– Christmas decorations and preferences
– Favorite Christmas songs and movies
– Reminder to stay safe and enjoy time with loved ones.
What are some of your traditions and memories? Share with us!
With over 500 Christmas movies released since the 1930s, it’s no wonder why the holiday season has become synonymous with festive flicks that warm the heart and evoke holiday cheer.
Discover an array of festive Christmas movies, from romantic comedies to action-packed thrillers, to enjoy this holiday season!
Josh Groban’s stunning rendition of “Oh Holy Night” is guaranteed to fill your heart with joy and nostalgia this holiday season.
Gatherings of families this holiday season may be spread across multiple cities, making it more challenging than ever to host a successful event!
This season, despite our different traditions and beliefs, we can come together to celebrate the spirit of unity and togetherness!
Amidst the joy of the holiday season, it’s important to remember that it’s ok to take a more muted approach to celebrating. By embracing a more subdued version of the holidays, we can still enjoy the same sense of connection and happiness, just in a different way.
Despite being released over 70 years ago, “It’s a Wonderful Life” remains a beloved holiday classic.
– “If you don’t celebrate Christmas, obviously happy holidays to you for whichever holiday that you do choose.”
– “My grandfather actually flipped out once and stopped talking to everybody because my aunt brought pigs in a blanket, uh, for the kids, and how dare you? It’s the feast of the Seven Fishes and all that stuff.”
– “Glitter is like rabbits. It multiplies. And this is why people send glitter bombs to people they hate.”
– “His version of oh, Holy Night gives me chills bills. So I recommend. Highly recommend.”
“The ever popular A Christmas Story, which I’m just saying you never have to buy the DVD because it literally plays on TBS for 24 hours from Christmas Eve 08:00 p.m.. To Christmas Day, 08:00 p.m..”
”People argue about whether or not this is actually a Christmas movie. But Die Hard.”