Once again: I have never said that. I was answering to a post that said people who didn't like the episode probably hate christmas, and I said that I thought that was wrong and that it was even *more likely* the other way around, that the people who think christmas has to be cheesy and therefore this episode was good don't respect christmas. I wrote "more likely" because I was merely comparing two theories. I don't believe any of the two is true, I think they're both unlikely.
Therefore, I do not believe and have never said that liking this episode means automatically you have no respect for christmas. I hope that was clear now
Also I don't understand why you write about christians being humorless or not, I've never said this and I don't see what it has to do with anything. It's not like this episode made fun of christians or something.
For the record, I'm an atheist, so I don't believe any of these things. But I felt it was disrespectful and unrealistic that an episode dedicated to what is by most people considered the most important christian feast didn't even mention the fact it had something to do with Jesus, when at least two of the characters are religious christians.
And I never said that christmas doesn't have to do with being with love ones, I said that this episode didn't feature that in a way that I found believable and I explained why.
I don't know anything about that as I'm not American and there's only one word for it here. However, this episode was called a very glee christmas, not xmas. But if in America there is that partition, my disappointment might partly just have to do with a different view on christmas in different cultures.
I think we should leave it at that as we are getting off topic and it's going to be some time until I'll be online again and I don't believe we're getting anywhere. No offense, it was after all a civil discussion so far and I appreciate that