This woman threw together a Starfleet uniform that's practically on point, and her Christmas tree brooch ends up looking just like the infamous Starfleet combadge.
Hide yo kids, hide wives, hide yo husbands, and definitely hide yo grandmas. The only way we could make this very real life story of a reindeer running amok through the tea-soaked streets of a temporarily improper Nottingham, is if Arnold Shwarzznegger reprised his role from Jingle All The Way, to catch the runaway reindeer.
Somebody must've slipped something in Bjorn the reindeer's eggnog Sunday, because he went buckwild.
"I was putting some Christmas cards up in the window and just saw it come charging down the street," local resident Gemma Green told the Nottingham Post. "Then I saw a group of people following it.
"It was quite strange. It's like the scene from Arthur Christmas where Santa loses his reindeer. I thought I was seeing things at first." Maybe she was, but heck if that's a way to spur some Christmas spirit.
Spread some holiday cheer throughout your home with this video of kittens frolicking neath a Christmas tree.
If you find yourself needing to have one of these lovely furballs, they just so happen to be up for adoption at ASPCA
Nothing quite compares to curling up by the computer screen to enjoy a digital yule log montage, except for Doug the Pug curled up by a yule log.
So sit back, pour yourself a tall and seasonal glass of eggnog, and take in your holiday season with the cutest fluffball around.
One day in 2006 these guys decided it would be funny to take a photo with Santa. This started a tradition and they started dressing up as a theme that fits each year. The best part about this is that it's clearly the same Santa. That's dedication.
The Hyatt's in Plantation, Florida have a history of turning their house and yard into a mini-Christmas light amusement park. Everyone loves these Christmas lights. Even lemurs... for some reason, show up to enjoy the spectacle. The anchor in this video insists that the lawsuit by the city against the Hyatts is based on bad blood between the family and the mayor of the town, who they say is an old friend. The truth is a little more complicated and so is the Hyatt's relationship with the city of Plantation.
Every day at least one hundred people come to see the house, on the weekend it can be up to one thousand. According to the Sun-Sentinel, for years while the Hyatt's put up a display people and cars have wandered through the street their house is on without much order and ignoring any regulations the city tried to enforce. The police chief, Howard Harrison, told the Sun-Sentinel, "For me this is a public safety concern, it really is. You can't have pedestrian and motor vehicle traffic functioning on the same strip of land. That is a disaster waiting to happen". That's when he decided to start closing the road down when the light show is on. The city has to pay officers to keep the road closed and enforce no parking areas near the home.
You can see a walk through of this fantastic light display from 2009 in this video.
What do you think? Worth it?
A man in Fayette County, Pennsylvania is protesting the commercialization of Christmas by hanging Santa from his front porch, but this story isn't about him.
A local news station interviewed residents of Farmington about the man's sacrificial Santa, and a woman named Barbara Carpenter gave the reporter a piece of her mind:
"I thought it was great. People need to stop blowing smoke up their kids' ass. They need to be taught the truth from young on: life sucks, deal with it. It's all about the money, and these businesses getting the money. People don't care that they have to scrape. If I'm buying gifts, I'm making somebody else richer, I'm going further in the ditch."
Bless you, Barbara Carpenter. Apparently the protestor has taken his Santa down, saying that he didn't mean to offend anybody, but hopefully he hears that at least one neighbor had his back.