All the gifts have been unpacked, all the wrapping paper stuffed into sacks, all the tags left dangling from the skins of their former homes, Christmas wishing paradoxes have been closed, you either got what you wanted or were left disappointed, either way it is now over and you know the outcome.
Welcome to the day of the Box.
When considering this conceptually metaphorical come down day there are a few factors to consider. Within it's name there is much worth discussing, for 'Boxing' is a sport, an activity involving boxes, a passive interaction with a TV and a process under which a mind can be placed.
Boxing (The Sport)
|Old red gloves wins again.|
Boxing (The activity involving boxes)
|Kitties in boxes, now that is cute and box related.|
Now this is the one that Boxing Day is most probably about, it would seem appropriate that today would be a good day for breaking down all the old boxes from the unwrapped gifts of yesterday. Boring reason to name a day though, it could have been something more interesting like 'Gift skin disposal day'. It is important to make sure that all the boxes are empty before disposal, you don't want to be finding kittens starving in your bins the next day.
Boxing (Watching the TV)
|Digest the information anyway you can...|
Boxing (The process of limiting the mind)
|Keep those heads in them boxes|
|Boxing day's done, time for the mind un-boxing|
None of that made sense, but it doesn't matter, it's in the box thinking, it doesn't need to make sense.
Peace and infinite boxes
P.S - this was day 26 of the blog-a-day-a-thon, which I started 26 days ago, only 5 left.