I find it funny that some atheists celebrate Christmas. They have a radical view that consists of the absence of God, yet they make exceptions for themselves by enjoying a what is widely known as a Christian-originated holiday. Regardless of the origin of Christmas, I think atheists would seem misplaced and confused around this time. Then again, Christmas has become so over saturated and commercialized that it is associated with Santa Claus and elfs rather the Jesus himself. In the end, Christmas is just a good reason to celebrate with family and display generosity by giving out gifts.Not that hard to understand bruh, there are really only 3 reasons.
1. Believe it or not, atheists do enjoy receiving presents.
2. I don't know if you can wrap your head around this one, but atheists also like turkey and all that good shit.
3. And, regardless of religion (or the lack thereof), most people enjoy spending time with their family.
A holiday is only what you make it. Jesus' name is not mentioned or thought about once during our dinner or throughout the day. And that's our preference. I don't give a fuck if you have some sort of shrine and you worship it for hours, that's you.
edit: Personally, and from a realistic and unbiased standpoint, I don't understand how anyone can still believe the nonsense that the bible is spewing. It was written about 2,000~ years ago by men who probably had what would now be equal to a 2nd or 3rd grade education. I guess if you're still a believer, it's more so about faith rather than actually believing. At least I would hope so.