Open these visual packages before and after Christmas, a festive collection of comedy clips and cooly crazy holiday videos. Carols, cartoons, and Chipmunks, the three C's of comedy, are under your mouse.
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"Put on that yarmulke, it's time for Chanukah," warbles Sandler in the audience-favorite silly song presented from his stand-up comedy days.
Alright, you chipmunks, the song that put Dave Seville and the boys on the map was later animated for TV's The Alvin Show
, seen here with sing-along lyrics alongside.
Actual real-life footage shows mesmerizing images of bright holiday lawn lights beaming in time to the music. Two questions: Why don't more decorators try this at home and why do all of the neighbors have deep, pulsating headaches?
Move over Alvin and the Chipmunks. Here come Melvin and the Gerbils in the animated Webtoon parody of the classic Christmas novelty carol.
Wacky -- and tacky -- animated music video of the "White Christmas" song parody. "Ladies and gentlemen, one of The Three Wise Men on harmonica..."
While most folks have a traditional meal of turkey or ham on Christmas Day, who would opt for Chinese food, as delectable as it is? Who? I ask you, who? There must be an answer. Oh, in a note just handed to me, there is an answer in this music video.
A host of animals from around the United Kingdom croon their carol to inspire you to "do one thing for nature this Christmas" in an animated video from the BBC.
Nothing like venomous ventriloquism to put us in the seasonal spirit. Achmed has written special, tasteless lyrics for the popular "Jingle Bells" song. He favors us with a performance and it goes a little something like this....
The superstar kitty chorus appears in their popular music video, meowing a toe-tapping cover version of the Bing Crosby classic. Pitch perfect until several pesky dogs crash the joint and put their two scents (and barks!) in.
The country Christmas carol is animated as the reindeer struggle to get Mr. Claus back on the trail.