#1 This mommy’s girl:
When you’re fully an adult and can fend for yourself but you go home for the holidays and all the sudden need your mommy to do everything.
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#2 This unfair order:
“Ok let’s open presents starting youngest to oldest”
Grandpa: this is bullsh*t!
Vampire: dude, seriously?
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#3 This accurate visual depiction:
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#4 This reason for disowning:
SON: Dad, I’m gay.
SON: I also don’t think Die Hard is a Christmas movie.
DAD: “Get out of my house!”
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#5 This unavoidable commentary:
Shout out to everyone trying to hear a movie over their parents questions about the movie.
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#6 This passive password:
How do you know you’re at your parents’ house? The wifi password is long, complicated & written on a scrap of paper no one can find.
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#7 This family-time conversation(?):
I forgot how much of family time is sitting around thinking of things to say while other people say their things they thought of
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#8 This couple goal:
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#9 This confusing shower:
Extremely quick shout out to everyone trying to work with an unfamiliar shower this holiday season.
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#10 This gift that keeps on slippin’:
I love being home for Christmas where I receive a year’s worth of complaints in one day and am rewarded with a pair of slippers
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#11 This gift(?) giving:
Nothing like opening Christmas gifts to remind you that the people you’re closest to in the world know absolutely nothing about you.
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#12 This perfect depiction:
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#13 This mother’s love:
“You can return it if you don’t like it” – my mom, eight hundred times this morning
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#14 And this father’s love:
The older you get the more holidays become about keeping your father off a ladder
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#15 This Christmas horror film:
May your days be merry and bright
and may all of your “hey Merry Christmas!” texts be thirsty AF
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#16 This A+ reference:
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#17 This optimistic pessimism:
Any tree can be a Christmas tree if you yell at your family around it.
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#18 This small talk:
“Hello relative. You look one year older than Christmas last year due to the progress of time. Here is your necessary gift.” – Holiday talk
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And finally, this new heir to a fortune:
One of my 4 nephews just brought me wine and said, “Here’s your Christmas juice,” and now he’s the one I’m leaving everything to.
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