~TV Executives during Christmas film re-runs season
Christmas is a time of family and nostalgia. Well, liquor as well. And definitely presents. Okay, so Christmas is a time of liquor and presents. Still, nostalgia and family play an important part, and every family tends to have their own Christmas movie that they watch each year to get them in the holiday spirit. Sure, you occasionally might see some terrifyingly misguided attempts to be “hip” to cash in on the holiday season, but no matter how many shitty country music stars you put in front of a live audience, the classic films we grew up with are what really give us our holiday cheer each and every year.
With Christmas right around the corner (AGHH! ONE WEEK YOU GUYS!), we decided to count down the greatest Christmas films to ever come out of this fair country. But, since everyone uses the holiday season as a flimsy excuse to drive their page views by coming up with a gimmicky top-ten Christmas film list, we decided we’d get to the true heart of the holiday season—getting drunk. After all, drinking games bring American families together even better than classic holiday films, so why not combine these two wonderful traditions to help bring each and every family drunkenly closer together? With that yuletide spirit in mind, make sure to put some extra bourbon in your already-spiked eggnog, and join us as we regale you with…
The 10 Greatest Christmas Movies Of All Time Drinking Game
Posted in America's Greatest Fun Facts, America's Holidays
Tagged A Charlie Brown Christmas, A Christmas Story, America, Charlie Brown, Chevy Chase, Christmas, Christmas Drinking Games, Christmas Vacation, Die Hard, DMX, Dr. Seuss, Drinking Games, Home Alone, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, It's a Wonderful Life, John Hughes, Miracle on 34th Street, Rudolph, Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer, The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Santa Clause, Tim Allen
“Well, if I wanted to buy you goggles, I’d not be able to buy you these extra heavy BBs for the gun! Now let’s go play William Tell again. You get the apple.”
~The world’s best Step-dad!
The Christmas season is upon us, a time when friends and families get together and prove their love and devotion to each other by going on amazon.com to buy them things that were specifically asked for. Christmas is an especially magical time for American children, one where they are regaled with stories of fat omnipotent geriatrics who watch their every move before breaking into their houses and doling out the appropriate bribe to ensure their ongoing good behavior, where they get to watch Claymation specials that teach them that it’s alright for dentists to be homosexuals, and they get to learn what daddy is like when he gets holiday drunk.
Of course, the main thing that children love about Christmas is the presents, because holy shit it’s a Furby! Yes, this is a wonderful time to be a child, or a large multinational toy retailer, but it also is a season fraught with hidden dangers. But, for every Tomagotchi, there’s a toy that’s basically the playtime equivalent of a rusty nail with an extra helping of tetanus. And we love those toys. Seriously, if you get through childhood without a few permanent scars (mental or physical are acceptable) then you’re doing it wrong. That’s why we’re here to tell you about…
America’s Most (Awesomely) Dangerous Toys
“Helmets are for pussies!”