We all remember that feeling when you were a kid on Christmas morning and you unwrap the gift of your dreams. Sheer joy just pulsates through you as you scream with jubilation. Then, you grow up into an adult, you mature, have responsibilities, kids, a mortgage, and lose that sense of excitement when it comes to opening presents.
Because lets face it, the gift of socks is just not that exciting. But the thing is, that’s not strictly true. Because somewhere deep inside of you that excited kid still exists.
He’s a children’s entertainer, although with his heavy drinking and foul language he’s not really suitable for kids.
But Jeremy Lion is hilarious (or, at least, comedian Justin Edwards who plays the character is), join him as he counts down the 12 days of Christmas while getting increasingly wasted.
wesbo | 12.11.15 | Humor
November’s barely begun, which must mean it’s time to bring on the Christmas commercials. One that stands out as particularly odd, and therefore very amusing, is this one from wine and alcohol retail chain Oddbins.
It features a grumpy modern day Scrooge dashing into his local off license where, while selecting some wine to take home, he’s stalked by a mischievous stuffed toy fox. So far, so weird. But stay with it, because it gets even weirder.
Grimsby Town football club create a Lenell John-Lewis Christmas advert where a fan is given the present he’s always dreamed of.
Grimsby fan Lloyd Griffith is so obsessed with Mariners striker Lenell John-Lewis that his girlfriend decides to do something about it.
What could be more festive than a bunch of porns stars reading a festive children’s book?
Actually, don’t answer that, instead just sit back and listen to this holiday classic being read in an entertaining way.
If you have seen this episode of Father Ted then it’s worth re-watching—if you haven’t seen it, well, what are you waiting for?
Ted wins the the “Golden Cleric” for saving a fellow group of priests from an embarrassing situation, namely the lingerie section of a department store.
Dust away all the glitter and the tinsel, put aside the turkey and the trimmings because Christmas is all about giving. That’s what makes it such a great time of year.
Sure, the mulled wine’s great for a glass or two and everyone loves a mince pie, but there’s no greater feeling than seeing someone’s face light up after they’ve received a gift they really, really wanted.
This is the kind of video that turns you into a Scrooge—a middle class family dressed in Christmas pyjamas rapping a Christmas video card to the world. Stop tapping that foot!
Detailing their collective accomplishments, it’s the sort of cringeworthy horror that will come back to haunt and embarrass these poor kids when they’re older. #pitythem