[<< wikiquote] Celebration
Celebration can refer to the act of rejoicing or of honoring various things, or to various social gatherings or parties for the observance and participation in particular feast days, holidays, or festivals.


== Quotes ==
There's a party goin' on right here  A celebration to last throughout the years  So bring your good times, and your laughter too  We gonna celebrate your party with youCome on now  Celebration  Let's all celebrate and have a good time  Celebration  We gonna celebrate and have a good time!
Kool & the Gang, in "Celebration" on Celebrate! (1980)It's time to come together   It's up to you, what's your pleasure  Everyone around the world  Come on!Yahoo! It's a celebration  Yahoo!  Celebrate good times, come on!  It's a celebration  Celebrate good times, come on!  Let's celebrate!
Kool & the Gang, in "Celebration" on Celebrate! (1980)No-one should have any trouble finding a party.
Alex Salmond, at Glasgow Caledonian University conference on National Days. [1] (November 30, 2007)All I'm saying is, if you celebrate Festivus, you may live a little longer.  You are getting back to the essentials, to the days of gods on mountaintops and howling wolves. Because you are saying the holidays are in the heart, a celebration of being alive with our fellow humans. For that purpose, an aluminum pole will do just as well as anything else — as long as it's not stuck in the wrong place.
Jerry Stiller, in the Foreword to Festivus: The Holiday for the Rest of Us (2005) by Allen SalkinThe best craftsmanship always leaves holes and gaps in the works of the poem so that something that is not in the poem can creep, crawl, flash, or thunder in. The joy and function of poetry is, and was, the celebration of man, which is also the celebration of God.
Dylan Thomas, in Poetic Manifesto, published in the Texas Quarterly (Winter 1961)


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