In celebration of the most wonderful time of the year, Google recently added a brand new Easter egg for Christmas. But for those fed up with the over-commercialization of the holiday, there's also an homage to our favorite fake alternative -- Festivus.
Remember Kim Wilde? The singer burst into the music scene in 1981 with her hit 'Kids in America.' Recently, Wilde was filmed on a train serenading the passengers — along with her brother Ricky Wilde — on her way home from a Christmas party.
As a way to address this past Friday's unfortunate tragedy in Newtown, CT, 'Saturday Night Live' opened their most recent episode -- hosted by alum Martin Short -- with a heartfelt performance of the Christmas classic, 'Silent Night.'
On Christmas morning, there's nothing worse than getting a bad reaction to one of your presents. This is especially prevalent among the younger crowd, particularly those under age 12. Why? Well, the kiddos don't necessarily have an understanding of faking appreciation and re-gifting later, so it just comes off as bratty behavior.
With the Christmas countdown officially at 11 days, we can hardly contain our excitement for presents and Santa and grandma's awesome cookies. All this holiday hype has got us thinking, though: Do you honestly know the true story of Christmas?
Don't get us wrong, Christmas is definitely NOT about getting stuff from people. That is not what we're saying at all. At the same time, something makes us think that these dogs are probably having a *way* better Christmas than us. Possibly because "eating beans from a can" and "watching 'Batman Returns' alone on the couch" probably aren't part of their agenda. These pups are faaaaaaaaa-aaaancy.
Here's a little video to get you into the spirit of Christmas, if you're kind of trampy. Nate, Caitlin and Stuart set up shop on the campus of Brigham Young University to trick as many people as possible into kissing them by using a sprig of renegade mistletoe that drops down at a moment's notice. They are braver than we -- the whole time we watched this all we could think was "Herpes! Herpes! Herpes alert!"
Contrary to popular belief, photobombing is super hard, and it requires a lot of skill. For starters, you have to get the timing down perfectly and do it so no one posing actually notices your moves leading up to the photobomb.
The holiday season is easily the greatest time of year, mostly because good moods are abundant and we get to eat tons and tons of cookies. While we're huge fans of Christmastime, it does require a lot of prep. Between the endless cooking and gift shopping, stress can build up pretty quickly, and that brings nothing but bad moods and muddled minds.
When Santa found out he was going up against Snoop Dogg, er, Snoop Lion in a rap battle, did he soil his red, velvety pants? Snoop Lion agreed to an 'Epic Rap Battle of History,' donned a robe, and played the part of Moses for this video.
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