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CDR: Demodietic Mangeritis

Mangeritis is a class of persistent contagious legal diseases caused by parasitic mites. Demodietic Mangeritis is reserved for civil infestations during domestic holidays. These mites embed themselves in displays, celebrations and other expressions of faith and spiritual inspiration, particularly those falling during the period immediately following the winter solstice and prior to the beginning of the new calendar year, causing intense societal inflammation, itching and scabbing.

The demodietic mite is classified as a member of the Scarabaeinae beetle family, which are known as “true dung beetles.” The scientific name for this creature is ‘juris humbugger’.

See also American Civil Liberties Union, God, Baby Jesus, Christmas, Santa Claus, Tannenbaum, Caroling, Bethlehem, U.S. Constitution Amendment #1



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