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The Nightcap

Nightcap for November 24th, 2017

APERTIF:

“Anxiety is the dizziness of freedom.” – Soren Kierkegaard



Christmas Classics

My sister gets a lady boner as soon as November 1st comes around.

Why?

Because she thinks it’s her cue to bring in the Christmas tree, stockings, wreaths, and potpourri which smells like Santa just farted.

Christmas carols start playing on repeat throughout the house like some kind of creepy horror movie and you just want to scream “BUT WE HAVEN’T EVEN GOTTEN TO THE DAY WE TERRORIZED THE NATIVE AMERICANS!”

It’s endearing but only because I don’t have to live with her.

All that being said, I do love me some good Christmas movies. Some for nostalgic reasons, others because they’re just great movies. Hell, I even think the bad ones on the Lifetime Movie Channel are kinda good. Well, only if I have a bottle of wine in me.

So, in the spirit of Christmas (because apparently you can’t ever start celebrating too early), here is a list of the best Christmas movies ever made.



Not A Moment To Waste

Tiz the season to be jolly… and shockingly wasteful.

Yes, between Halloween and New Year’s Eve, with all that excess weight you gain around your middle also comes excess weight gained in trash… like, an exorbitant amount.

I’m not trying to be the Grinch who stole Christmas and shit all over it, but it has quickly become a holiday in which we see who can buy the most crap and wrap it in pretty little crap that we just throw away.

Don’t get me wrong – few things are more appealing to the eyes and heart than a glitterfest of color wrapping under a pine tree. I mean, that’s Pinterest VIP shit right there.

From the extra food you throw away after Thanksgiving to the cardboard boxes and shopping bags used to buy gifts, I think it’s time we changed our ways.

Wanna know exactly how much we’re wasting? Click here to find out.


Living On The Edge

Taking biking to a whole new level. Dare you to watch this whole video without wincing.



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Written by Mcclain Warren


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