Christmas lights are up. It doesn’t matter if they are white and classic around a nativity scene or colorful with every winter character out there, we love them all. Christmas lights are something no one gets tired of looking at.
You’ve put a Santa hat on one of your animals, or you’ve at least looked up pictures of it. Nothing says Christmas like an animal looking silly.
You’ve bought a holiday sweater from Goodwill. Whether it’s for a “Tacky Sweater Party” or just to celebrate the festivities, you have to acquire one.
You can’t escape the Christmas music. You hear it in the mall, in Target,at restaurants. Whether it’s “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” or “Grandma Got Ran Over By A Reindeer,” you won’t be able to escape it.
You’ve seen the Coca Cola commercial. Polar bears are adorable. The other commercials are alright, but once you see the polar bear ones, you know it’s Christmastime.
You’ve watched “Home Alone”. Nothing says Christmas like a young Macaulay Culkin being left at home during Christmas time. Stick to “Home Alone” or “Home Alone 2” though. Three and four aren’t as good.
You or someone close to you has referred to someone as a “Grinch”. Those people who aren’t excited about Christmas are just Grinches. It’s because their hearts are two sizes too small.
You’ve been to at least one Christmas party. Whether it’s a “Cookie Swap,” “Ugly Sweater” or “White Elephant” party, it doesn’t matter. They are all wonderful, mostly because they usually play a lot Christmas music! Since you’re at Belmont, you might be lucky enough to have some commercial voice majors there ready to sing their rendition of “White Christmas.”
Pop artist start putting out their Christmas songs. So far, there’s a catchy little tune by Justin Bieber called “Mistletoe.” Although, the best one has always been Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You.”
You’ve accidentally stood under the mistletoe. Hopefully the person with you was cute. If not, that’s unfortunate.
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