Merry ChristmasP and Happy ChristmasP are both greetings used during the last part of December, around Christmastime. The first word of each is only capitalized when used as a greeting. When one is speaking of a happy or merry Christmas, the adjectives are lowercase. Merry ChristmasP began as a saying in the 1500s. It was recorded in a letter as a wish that God would send the recipient a mery Christmas. It was solidified as a capitalized greeting by Charles Dickens in his great workP
A Christmas Carol. Queen Elizabeth II, for whatever reason, did not use Dickens phrase. Instead, she used the phrase Happy ChristmasP in her broadcasts to her subjects. After her use, the term gained popularity and is still the most common form in Great Britain and Ireland.
There is debate whether or not the greeting has religious meaning and whether a more generic Happy Holidays should be used instead to respect non-Christian views. Be aware of your audience when choosing the correct phrase. Supporters held homemade signs that said Merry Christmas to passing drivers, many who honked as they drove on Route 139 in Marshfield on Saturday morning. [ Its going be a very, very merry Christmas now. [ May the sweet magic of Christmas, fills your heart with love and affection, that spreads to those whom you love, Happy Christmas and New year. [ Seven out of 10 Filipinos are expecting to have a happy Christmas this year, the latest Social Weather Stations survey showed. [ Orange is the New Black is the new black, at least as far as Netflix viewers are concerned.
The women-in-prison dramedy may have premiered in 2013, but its still got viewers hooked. Just as they did, took a deep dive into Netflix analytics using Google Trends to find out which shows people in each state were searching Netflix for throughout the year. While there was a little bit of crossover between 2016 and 2017, new series like American Vandal and Mindhunter gave viewers a host of new content. But that didnt stop Orange is the New Black from dominating the map; it was the most searched show in 15 states. Coming in at a faraway second place was American Vandal, a new true crime satire that captured the attention of five states (Illinois, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Wisconsin). Even more impressive is the fact that the series premiered in mid-September, meaning that it found a large and rabid audience in a very short amount of time.
Folks in Alaska, Colorado, and Oregon were all destined to be disappointed; Star Trek: Discovery was the most searched-for series in each of these states, but its not yet available on Netflix in America (youve got to get CBS All Access for that, folks). Fourteen states broke the mold a bit with shows that were unique to their state only; this included Big Mouth in Delaware, The Keepers in Maryland, The OA in Pennsylvania, GLOW in Rhode Island, and Black Mirror in Hawaii. Check out the map above to see if your favorite Netflix binge-watch matches up with your neighbors\’. For more detailed findings, visit.