This year, John Lewis spent 7 million pounds on a Disney-like epic called “The Bear and the Hare.” The ad debuted on Friday, and while it’s still quite obviously a ploy to get you to buy lots of stuff for people, it really is a nice Hey, Here’s the Meaning of Christmas story. Good on you, Hare.
“Just Prance”: An upbeat number performed by Gaga and Fozzie Bear. Set to the tune of Gaga’s smash hit “Just Dance,” it tells the story of Prancer, a mediocre reindeer with low self-esteem, lost in the pack, and constantly outshined by that little diva Rudolph (played by Miss Piggy, of course.) Gaga encourages Prancer to keep doing his thing, never give up, and Bedazzle his harness to make sure he always stands out.
Unwrap these 5 hilarious but cruel iPad Christmas present pranks.
There comes a time in every son or daughter’s life when giving back to your parents is MUCH more enjoyable than receiving gifts.
Case in point: This awesome son gave his Alabama fan father a hat that looks like legendary coach Bear Bryant’s. Dad is happy. It’s wonderful! But wait, pop, there’s more — look inside the hat and see what’s hidden inside. Yup, you’re going to the BCS Championship game between the Crimson Tide and Notre Dame.
Either New York City children think Santa Claus is an old gay bear living in Chelsea or they’ve unfortunately been given some faulty information about the location of his North Pole toy shop. When Dylan and Jim mysteriously began to receive letters addressed to Santa at their 22nd Street apartment, they suspected the latter. Having no idea where these letters came from, the two men set out to fulfill wishes for the children writing them. The only problem: where to even start.