Thursday, 22 December 2016

SOCIOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE ENGLISH DURING 'XMAS'


Seeing it is the Xmas season, I will be sharing sociological observations on the english and how they celebrate this their most celebrated event in the calendar. Part of this great national community event is to force people often small children to stand in small crowds in the cold and dark looking rather sombre and sing songs; yes these sound like funeral songs, they are dull, depressing and sung with great melancholy and with all the lack lustre that can be mustered: but actually these are 'hymns' celebrating the birth of the prophet Jesus. The adults who force children to sing these songs seem to be only able to cope with this by drinking as much alcohol they possibly can in what they call 'mulled wine', made from the spices they have stolen under genocide for centuries from Asia, perhaps this mulled wine is a celebration of that history? The English seem rather satisfied in singing these songs and drinking until drunk and trudge off in the dark and cold to their homes.

I will be sharing further sociological observations on the English this coming several days.

- Sukant Chandan, Sons of Malcolm

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