Festivus Pole Cookie Cutter

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Festivus Pole Cookie Cutter by azro2000 Dec 2, 2012
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Festivus for the rest of us! The one cookie cutter missing from your Christmas Cookie Cutter collection!


Print it, make dough, cut cookies, eat them.

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Your obviously talking about the Festivus Pole of the 90's.  Do you not remember the adding of the ball in 2002 to symbolize the 'taking it in the balls' by your fellow man?  To go along with the airing of grievances, a ball was added to remember those who have let you have it.

A Festivus pole doesn't have a ball on the top of it. This is yet another example of the runway commercialization of a sacred holiday.