Kyrie Irving Doesn't Think Christmas Is A Holiday

Kyrie Irving Doesn't Think Christmas Is A Holiday

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Kyrie Irving Doesn't Think Christmas Is A Holiday

Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics play the Washington Wizards on Christmas Day. Being asked about this matchup gave Kyrie Irving the opportunity to share another one of his incredible thoughts. This time he said that he doesn’t think of Christmas as a holiday.

What in the Flat Earth does that even mean? Christmas is quite literally a holiday, whether you celebrate it or not. Kyrie even mentions opening presents. Why does he say these things? What thought experiment will he claim he’s attempting when asked to clarify that he doesn’t think Christmas is a holiday?

The only possible explanation is that he doesn’t consider Christmas to be a holiday because he has to work. Webster’s Dictionary defines a holiday as “a day on which one is exempt from work; specifically a day marked by a general suspension of work in commemoration of an event.”

OK. So if you look at it that way, then yes, Christmas is no holiday for Kyrie Irving. Which means that LeBron James ruined Christmas by returning to Cleveland.

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