It's December 23rd, which means it's Festivus, created by Frank Costanza.
Seinfeld writer Dan O'Keefe based the Costanza version of Festivus on a holiday his father invented. As depicted in Seinfeld, the holiday begins with the display of an aluminum pole. Then come the Feats of Strength, and most importantly, the Airing of Grievances. During this ceremony, you are to gather your family around and tell them the ways in which they have disappointed you in the last year.
For more about Festivus, go here.
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