The Feelings Of Christmas, As Told By Buddy The Elf
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The Feelings Of Christmas, As Told By Buddy The Elf

"Buddy the Elf, what's your favorite color?"

The Feelings Of Christmas, As Told By Buddy The Elf

"Elf," possibly the greatest Christmas movie out there. Buddy the Elf is a staple during Christmastime and ALWAYS spreads holiday cheer. Elf perfectly captures what the holidays are like.

1. When you can't stop singing, "All I Want For Christmas is You."

Don't let those scrouges stop you from singing your heart out this year.

2. When you're done with finals and finally get to go home for a month.

Saying bye to your friends for a month sucks, but it also means Christmas at home, so buh-bye!

3. When it's Christmas Eve and that means... SAANTAAA

No matter how old I get, I still get so giddy for Christmas morning.

4. It means a day full of baking, wrapping presents, and doing all of your Christmas Eve traditions.

Buddy nails the schedule pretty dang well if you ask me.

5. When you run into someone who does not enjoy Christmas as much as you do.

You can't understand how someone could hate the holidays so much.

6. When you get to eat all the delicious food in your house and don't have to think about eating ramen noodles for a while.

You stuff your face with all the expensive food you can't afford when you're at school.

7. When you get socks for Christmas (seriously the best gift.)

When I was a kid, I would have never put socks on my Christmas list, but now they are at the top of my list.

8. The feeling you get when you find the perfect Christmas tree.

One year my sisters really did this... it did not end well.

9. The way your head feels after your work Christmas party...

Couldn't have put these feeling into better words than Buddy.

10. When you're slap happy on Christmas morning because you were too excited to go to sleep.

It doesn't matter that you got no sleep, it's the best day of the year.

11. When Christmas is over and your Mom tries to take down the tree on January 1st.

Nice try, Satan.

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