"If I have to listen to "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" one more time, I'm going to punch someone."
You've kept a brave face up to this point, but if Karen doesn't stop playing "Jingle Bell Rock" on repeat then there is bound to be a office brawl.
Here are our sanity saving recommendations to survive the next few days. And a very merry Christmas to you too.
Nothing brings home that cozy, happy feeling more than HP Lovecraft - amirite? Try playing this classic at the office Christmas party this weekend - "I Saw Mommy Kissing Yog-Sothoth".
This social media content production house gathered about 3M followers (on Facebook alone) before changing their 'brand' to Tatered Video from Super Deluxe... Or they are still Super Deluxe? Anyway, they have gathered about 1M more followers since the name change and scaled back their productions. Their recent content is just as fun and well executed as before, with advice from how to make DIY Christmas sweaters to how to escape zip ties and the soothing, monotone street smarts of headliner Tabasco Sweet.
I do miss, however, the annual Christmas tree burning that once was a tradition on Super Deluxe. If you are really in need of some gallows humor to cope, we suggest going back in time on the Tatered page to watch a six hour live burning of a Christmas tree.
3. Search Pinterest for Christmas decoration fails
While you're at it, also search Google. There are just sooooo many fails to choose from, everything from a co-worker who came to the ugly sweater party with one tit out decorated as Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer to 'decorations' that scream "YOU MADE ME DO THIS KAREN! YOU BROUGHT IT ON YOURSELF!"
This site has become so popular we seem uncool for including it... shit. That's a good point. Ummmm, on second thought you probably already know about this one... Yeah, we knew that... We were just sayin'... I mean, yeah... Nevermind, you're right, you're right - it's been done. There's like a board game and stuff. You play it with your grandma? Right, it's okay for a couple rounds, but we totally prefer Cards Against Humanity too. Like, for sure.
5. Letters to Santa gone wrong
Good, wholesome laughing at kids who don't know any better. Like the kid who wrote out the entire URL for the gift he wanted on Amazon or the kid who got into a customer service battle with Santa.