If you're one of those people who likes to leave the tree up for a while, even after Christmas is over, and also, you have a cat or cats…then this one is for you! And we know how well those two things go together (Christmas trees and cats, that is). If your cat hasn't knocked your tree over, torn it down, stripped decorations off of it, or climbed the tree, then you may already be a step ahead of the game. For everyone else, here are 20 ways to catt-proof your Christmas tree.
It's not surprise when we say "We wonder what you're thinking..." when talking to a cat. If only we knew! Well, what if they were able to write a letter to you this Christmas? What do you think it would say?
Well, this week we decided to ask our I Can Has Cheezburger Facebook users that simple question because well, we really wanted to know!
"If your cat were to send you a Christmas Card, what would it say?"
And the results.... are priceless!
If you need to see more, check it out Here
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to buy all the stuff on your Amazon Wish List that you didn’t get for the holidays. Security? Thumb-Print Verification. Tools? Your sleeping mother’s thumb.
Sorry, Ethan Hunt. This mission belongs to 6-year-old Ashlynd Howell.
In a piece about how online shopping is killing Christmas shopping from The Wall Street Journal, the paper breezed over a tidbit about future world-leader Ashlynd Howell, writing:
"While Bethany Howell napped on the couch last week, her daughter Ashlynd, 6 years old, used her mother’s thumb to unlock her phone and open the Amazon app. “$250 later, she has shopped for all her Christmas presents on Amazon,” said Ms. Howell, of Little Rock, Ark."
Surprisingly, The Wall Street Journal buried the lead on a story that was probably written in 1997 because online shopping is killing the holidays and not this:
Anyway, Ashlynd made the most of her shopping spree, purchasing 13 Pokémon or Pokémon-related items. She was, reportedly, “really proud of herself.”
Getting coal as a gift is one thing, but using gifts as coal is quite another.
One dad pulled a page out of the Jimmy Kimmel Guide to Parenting and gave his kids a traumatic experience for Christmas. Who says Christmas is over?
When his kids wouldn’t go to bed or something, YouTuber Scotty B asked his daughter to get a gift from under the tree. He then took the gift and tossed into the fire. That’s when all Hell (or just some well-deserved whining) broke loose.
His daughter called mom, and what happens next will blow your mind.
Dad reveals that it was just a Christmas joke, and the girl threatens, “I’m still telling my friends on you.”
Seem harmless enough until you realize her friends include Santa Claus. Game. Set. Match.