6 Things To Do On Christmas If You Are Jewish
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6 Things To Do On Christmas If You Are Jewish

"Bring out the Chinese!."

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Christmas no doubt seems to be way more festive and more of the "norm" in society than Hanukkah. Many people seem to celebrate it more around, making us Jewish folks feel left out. However, do not get bummed if you are Jewish. Here are six simple things you can do on Christmas so you do not get bored and jealous.

1. Order Chinese (or go out to eat)

Surprisingly some restaurants other than Chinese are open, but one thing for sure if Chinese is always open.

2. Get your nails done or a massage

Sometimes these places are open as well, so go relax.

3. Movies!

Go grab the popcorn and see a new movie that is out.

4. Work

Sometimes places to do need workers like in the broadcasting field. Might as well get paid double time.

5. Volunteer

There are always so may volunteer opportunities for the poor, the elderly, etc. Do something good for others!

6. Hang out with a friend who celebrates Christmas 

Sometimes celebrating Christmas with those who celebrate it can be fun, even if you are Jewish. You can learn about the holidays, have something to do, spend time with loved ones, and simply have fun!

So if you are Jewish on Christmas, here are a few ideas!

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