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Friday, December 15, 2006Holiday Party
Around here, we are not allowed to put up "Christmas" decorations. We can only put up "Holiday" decorations - so that we don't offend any visitors. Instead of a Christmas tree, we have a snowman. Instead of garland, we have snowflakes. Instead of red and green everywhere, we have silver and white. Call us Switzerland - because we're neutral.
Our neutral office had a neutral gift exchange ($15 limit) followed by an anything-but neutral party. We shut down the office at 2pm and headed to the Yard House (known for having more than 100 beers on tap) for some tasty beverages. Oh, and food too. But really, tasty beverages.
Our bill, after three hours was $540. Of that, $460 was spent on tasty beverages.
When it comes right down to it, the thing that brings people together during the Holiday Season is booze and food. Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah, and have a blessed Kwanzaa!