‘Tis the season to make decorative choices based on corny puns about celebrities.
Wreath Witherspoons, though perfect, have gone a little commercial since Mindy Kaling brought the phrase into our holiday vernacular back in 2014 and Reese herself cashed in on the pun. But 2016 is the year to DIY a Chrissy Treigen.
All you need to do is print out a photo (preferably involving a burger) and stick it on top of your tree, like a North Star guiding you away from the trolls. Read more…
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The holidays in Australia is scorching hot. Instead of eggnog and mulled wine, Australians are usually punching cans of cold beer.
It’s no wonder why Wes Boyd from Perth has built a giant Christmas tree made of 2536 cans of Victoria Bitter or VB.
Measuring 4.4 metres (14.4 feet) high, it’s less a tree and more an almighty tribute to the beverage.
“I wanted to build it to make people happy,” Boyd told PerthNow.
“Me and some mates love drinking VBs, and two to three mates have been bringing empty cans over here every week for the past 14 months.” Read more…
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The Donald J. Trump campaign surprised “Make America Great Again” supporters with a new holiday gift just before Thanksgiving. For $150, you can own a Christmas ornament shaped like the red MAGA hats.
But there’s another surprise — a priceless one — that just keeps on giving. Amazon users took to the product page, where the ornament was unavailable as of Thursday morning, to leave what we can bet to be fake, but nevertheless hilarious reviews.
Out of 1,501 customer reviews, 90 percent are for one star while 7 percent are five stars. Here’s some of the best: Read more…
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