Since I've already talked about politics today, why not move on to religion?
Having no particular religious affiliation myself, I am flexible when it comes to how other people wish to express their religious beliefs during the holiday season, as long as those beliefs are not actively batting me in the face while I'm trying to eat my Lindt chocolate Santa in peace. Nativity scene? Star of David? Santa Claus? Santa actually attending the nativity scene? None of these bother me.
But this? This seems wrong:
It's a nativity made of s'mores. S'mores. The Baby Jesus is a mini marshmallow, and he is resting on a bed of chocolate and graham cracker. This can be purchased for $19.99, and you can display it in your home during the season of love and joy. And then, presumably, when the holidays are over and it's time to put away the lights and the tree, you can eat Him.
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