To whoever sent me a candy cane; thank you for the kind words! I laughed when I saw "Fijne vakantie" though, because it's not an accurate translation. I get where it came from, you put "happy holidays!" into Google Translate, but the Dutch word for the holiday season isn't related to the word holiday -- "vakantie" -- which is strictly used for going on a vacation. So in the interest of education, here's the word we use: "feestdagen", which basically means feast-days.
I think that's the first time I've been wished a happy holiday in the same breath as someone implying to dislike me.
I've got a good feeling I know who this is from, too. But eh, it's almost christmas, who gives a shit? Happy holidays to you, too, stranger. I don't really care how mine turn out, but try to have a good one, alright? Everyone deserves a bit of R&R. Except for [insert friend here]. He can go shove a tree up his spinal cord.