Every week the Z will post a question to all you fans about what you think about this or that. It could be a national craze or just a hot topic on the station for the week. You hear our thoughts on the airwaves and we're bringing it to the internet with our 'Tell the Z' weekly poll.

Let your thoughts be known.

This week we want to know:

Are we past the point in the year where we move on from saying 'Happy New Year'?

Kid

Yes.

Sarah

Yes.  I was ready to stop saying it on the 2nd.

J Stew

Well, I think that's a debatable question. Sometimes you say Happy New Year to people way after the fact, because you haven't seen them in a while. But I don't think if I hadn't seen someone for a long time, and it was March, that I would bother saying Happy New Year. Unless I thought they hated it. Then, I'd do it every time I saw them.

Cori

Unless you've already said it to the person, its kind of a nice thing to say to anyone (kind of spices up the greeting) when seeing someone for the first time in the New Year.

 Now it's time to hear what you've got to say. Alright, Z Nation, time for you to sound off. Well, are we past the point in the year where we move on from saying 'Happy New Year'?
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