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Festivus: Twitter Users Air Their Grievances On 'Seinfeld'-Inspired Secular Holiday (TWEETS)

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It's the holiday for the rest of us.

Festivus, the "Seinfeld"-inspired secular celebration, encourages people to air their grievances, demonstrate their strengths through a wrestling match and celebrate the season without the religious or commercial pressures associated with Christmas, Hanukkah or other holidays.

(Sounds pretty good to those of you running around the mall right now, huh?)

Since the "Seinfeld" episode first aired in 1997, fans of the series (and those looking to have a little fun) have recognized Frank Costanza's answer to the holiday season by carrying out the kooky traditions on Dec. 23.

Twitter users aren't shying away from expressing what's been bothering them this year. Click through the slideshow below to read through a collection of grievances.

In the words of Frank Costanza: "I got a lot of problems with you people. Now, you're going to hear about it!" Happy Festivus!

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