Christmas Themed Mazes, Coloring Pages & Word Search Fun

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Need something to keep the kids busy during the Christmas Holiday Season?

Christmas Santa & FrostyLook no further! — Here are a few fun activity pages which are printable. Make a few copies and ’em hand out to the kids to help alleviate boredom and give them something constructive to do while you’re busy tending to holiday food preperations, table setting, gift wrapping, decorating, cleaning up or whatever you need to get accomplished before the company and/or rest of the out-of-town family arrives. Also a great idea for a few rainy day indoor activities. There’s enough variety here to handle children from kindergarten through maybe 6th grade. Heck, even parents and older siblings might enjoy doing these with the younger ones as a family activity.

Enjoy the Following Activity Pages for Rainy Day Indoor Fun During The Holiday Season…

Christmas Holiday Fun

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  • Christmas Mazes

  • Coloring Pages

  • Connect The Dots

  • Word Search Puzzles

Christmas Maze - Elf to Present

Christmas Color - Tree decorated with presents

Christmas Maze - Santa to North Pole

Christmas Color - Gingerbread House

Christmas Maze - Rudolph to Barn

Christmas Color - Candy Cane

Christmas Maze - Christmas Goose

Christmas Color - Christmas House

Christmas Dot-To-Dot Tree

Christmas Word Search2

Christmas Color - Christmas Stockings

Christmas Maze - Candy Cane Santa Hat

Christmas Color - Christmas Tedy Bear

Christmas Dot-To-Dot Frosty

Christmas Maze - Elf to Santas Workshop

Christmas Color - Santa with toy sack

Christmas Maze - Frosty to Candy Cane

Christmas Maze - Pick The Path to Light Xmas Tree

Christmas Word Search1

Christmas Color - Frosty Snowman

Christmas Maze - Santa To Village

Christmas Dot-To-Dot House

Christmas Color - Santa & Reindeer

Christmas Maze - Jingle Bells

Christmas Color - Santa in Sleigh

Christmas Maze - Christmas Angel Maze

Christmas Maze - Santas Helper

Christmas Color - Santa

Christmas Maze - Santa Down Chimney to Tree

Christmas Color - Sponge Bob Santa

Christmas Maze - Gingerbread House

Christmas Color - Sleigh & Elves

Christmas Word Search3

Christmas Maze - Christmas Tree

Christmas Maze - 3-Story House

Christmas Word Search4

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Christmas Fun

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Santas-on-internetAre you looking for something to help pass the time when you’re bored? – Maybe looking for something to fill in the gap during your break or down-time in your hectic schedule – Maybe something to enjoy with your kids or grandkids – Well, here are some fun Christmas and Holiday related posts from this website to check out and enjoy 🙂

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Cool Christmas Sites Elsewhere On The Web:

Enjoy Christmas with Santa Claus at the North pole at this award-winning Christmas website. Send a letter to Santa Clause or a Christmas card to a friend.

Educational and informative site – lots to see, do, watch and learn from here from The History Channel – Learn about Christmas facts, history and traditions – Trivia & Videos to check out – lots to learn about Santa, Christmas Trees and Toys! Will Appeal to All Ages

Xmas Fun is dedicated to the child in all of us. Fun for all ages. Christmas songs, jokes, games, stories, downloads, graphics, etc. Lots of Christmas fun!

Build and create toys here in Santa’s Toy Shop – Simply follow picture directions and race against the clock – Skill levels increase as you move through each toy.

Santa Claus Animation Station – Santa Claus Christmas Website for Kids
Celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa with SANTA CLAUS, Elves and Reindeer
An Animated, Interactive, FREE North Pole Christmas Tradition Since 1996!

Did You Know?

A Quick Fact Guide to the

Christmas Holiday

  • Did you know that Christmas is the largest card-sending holiday in the United States? More than 1.9 billion cards are sent to family and friends every year — one billion more than the 192 million cards given or sent on Valentine’s Day, the nation’s second largest card holiday.
  • Did you know that December 19th is the busiest mailing day of the year? The U.S. Postal Service delivers some 20 billion letters, packages and cards between Thanksgiving and Christmas, with December 19th seeing double the number of parcels than any other day of the year.
  • Did you know that as many as 30 million live (real) Christmas trees are sold every year in the United States? In 2004, live Christmas tree sales amounted to more than $506 billion in revenue for America’s 22,000 tree farms. The state leader in Christmas tree production is Oregon, with sales of $143 million.
  • Did you know that for every live Christmas tree that is harvested, three seedlings are planted in its place?
  • Did you know that it takes an average of seven years for a Christmas tree to reach six feet tall? Some trees take as long as 15 years to grow to their harvesting height; others reach it in as little as four years.
  • Did you know that China is the leading manufacturer of artificial Christmas trees? According to the U.S. Commerce Department, more than 80 percent of artificial trees are made in China.
  • Did you know that in 2005, Americans spent more money on Chinese-made Christmas ornaments ($561 million) than on Christmas trees grown in the United States?
  • Did you know that the character of Santa Claus is based on two Christmas legends: Saint Nicolas and Father Christmas? Saint Nicolas was the patron saint of children, who generously gave gifts to poor and orphaned young ones. Father Christmas was the spirit of good tidings.
  • Did you know that Santa Claus arrived in the United States in the 18th century via the Dutch founders of New York City? The Dutch introduced America to their “Sinterklaas” festivities. Sinterklaas is the Dutch name for Saint Nicolas.
  • Did you know that the first recorded mention of Santa Claus in the United States was in 1773? The New York press reported a story about a “St. A Claus.”
  • Did you know that the tradition of giving gifts for Christmas is rooted in the story of the wise men, who gave costly gifts to baby Jesus without the expectation of receiving anything in return?
  • Did you know that in 2008, with an economic recession in full swing, the nation is expected to spend significantly less on Christmas gifts than in 2007? 46% of Americans say they will spend “less” than in 2007, which is the highest negative response to this question in two decades. Same holds true for 2009.
  • Did you know that during the Black Friday shopping weekend (the Thursday through Sunday after Thanksgiving), consumer spending rose 7% over 2007, to a total of $41 billion.
  • Did you know that American shoppers say they are planning to spend an average of $431 on gifts for the holiday season,down from $859 last year? During the Black Friday shopping weekend, the average person spent $372.57.
  • Did you know that the Monday following Thanksgiving is referred to as Cyber Monday and is a time when many on-line retailers offer deep discounts? In 2008, 36% of consumers said they would spend half of their Christmas shoppingbudget or more on-line.

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Track Santa’s Christmas Eve Journey Online

Ever wonder what Santa might be up to in the days leading up to Christmas Eve?

Wanna keep “an eye” on where in the world Santa might be now?

Have your little ones simply asked….. Where’s Santa?

Now you can track Santa online with NORAD

NORAD (which stands for North American Aerospace Defense Command) comes to public’s attention each and every Christmas when it tracks Santa Claus on his journey around the world delivering toys to the world’s children. This tradition started back in 1955 when a local Sears store in Colorado “misprinted” the telephone number and children thought they were calling Santa, but actually were calling Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD’s predecessor) instead.

Each year, NORAD keeps an eye on Santa as he makes his Christmas journey. You can track Santa’s progress on Christmas Eve with the kids at the Official NORAD Santa Tracker website.

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Santa’s journey is now underway on Christmas Eve (24 December 2009)

TRACK SANTA’S JOURNEY HERE NOW >> LIVE MAP

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Now there’s a wonderful interactive online site you can view and explore. Be sure to check out SANTA’S VILLAGE for fun interactive games for you and your kids/grandkids to play. It’s even multilingual now.

The Santa tracker website has much more to offer than just the tracker itself. You can learn more about NORAD and more about Santa himself. You can also listen to Christmas music and download games, pictures and videos. The site is completely replenished each year, so repeat visitors are greeted with a new design, fresh content and updated technology each holiday season.

For 54 years now, NORAD has been keeping track of Santa’s expedition. As a kid, I remember listening to radio updates of this annual pilgrimage.

Gripping winter storms have never stopped Santa before, but with winter storm warnings and weather advisories all across the United States, I’m pretty certain Rudolph’s red nose will be a big factor for Santa on his journey this year. Where is Santa Claus? Be sure to visit the Santa tracking website before Christmas Day to find out.

Check it out and Enjoy! — Happy Holidays!

Continue reading on and see how it all started…..

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NORAD Tracks Santa

In The Beginning…..

On Dec. 24, 1955, a call was made to the Continental Air Defense Command (CONAD) Operations Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. However, this call was not from the president or a general. It was from a girl in Colorado Springs who was following the directions in an advertisement printed in the local paper – she wanted to know the whereabouts of Santa Claus.

The ad said “Hey, Kiddies! Call me direct and be sure and dial the correct number.” However, the number was printed incorrectly in the advertisement and rang into the CONAD operations center.

On duty that night was Colonel Harry Shoup, who has come to be known as the “Santa Colonel.”
Colonel Shoup received numerous calls that night and rather than hanging up, he had his operators find the location of Santa Claus and reported it to every child who phoned in that night.

Thus began a tradition carried on by the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) when it was formed in 1958. Today, through satellite systems, high-powered radars and jet fighters, NORAD tracks Santa Claus as he makes his Yuletide journey around the world.

Every Christmas Eve, thousands of volunteers staff telephones and computers to answer calls and e-mails from children (and adults) from around the world. Live updates are provided through the NORAD Tracks Santa website (in seven languages), over telephone lines, and by e-mail to keep curious children and their families informed about Santa’s whereabouts and if it’s time to get to bed.

Each year, the NORAD Tracks Santa Website receives nearly nine million unique visitors from more than 200 countries and territories around the world. Volunteers receive more than 12,000 e-mails and more than 70,000 calls to the NORAD Tracks Santa hotline from children around the globe.

Newly added this year, children and the young-at-heart are able to track Santa through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and TroopTube.tv.  To follow Santa on any of these Web sites, type in @noradsanta into the search engine and start tracking.

NORAD Tracks Santa has become a magical and global phenomenon that delights generations of families everywhere!

For more info about NORAD Tracks Santa, visit www.noradsanta.org


Amusing Stats About Santa & His Flying Reindeer

Below is a very eye-opening and amusing story I came across recently about the possibility of Santa and his faithful helpers making their annual pilgrimage around the world later this week. I’d like to share this with all of you readers out there for your enjoyment. I’m sure this has circulated around cyberspace already a few times… as I claim no responsibility for the writing of this article.

Prepare yourself for some amazing as well as intriguing revelations and enjoy this particular account of the possibilities…..

Amusing Statistics About Santa & His Flying Reindeer

There are no known species of reindeer that are able to fly. However, there are roughly 300,000 species of living organisms yet to be classified. While most of these are insects and germs, this does not necessarily rule out flying reindeer – Though Santa and my uncle Ralph (back in his drinking days) are the only people who have ever reported seeing any.

There are two billion children (small people under the age of 18) in the world. But since Santa doesn’t (appear to) handle most non-Christian children (including Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, agnostic, etc.) that reduces the workload to about 15 per cent of the total (roughly 378 million according to the Population Reference Bureau). At a rate of, say 3.5 children per household, that’s 91.8 million homes. One presumes there’s at least one good kid in each.

Santa has 31 hours of Christmas to work with, thanks to the different time zones and the rotation of the earth, assuming he travels east to west (which seems logical and makes the most sense).  That’s 822.6 visits per second. For each eligible household, Santa has 1/1000th of a second to park the sleigh, jump down the chimney, fill the stockings, put presents under the tree, eat any snacks, kiss mommy (when available), zoom back up the chimney, hop into the sleigh and move on.

Assuming each of these 91.8 million stops are evenly distributed around the earth, (which, of course, we know to be false, but will accept for the purpose for our calculations), we’re now talking about 0.78 miles per household – a total trip of 75.5 million miles, not counting stops to let Santa and the reindeer do what most of us must do at least once every 31 hours.

This means that Santa’s sleigh moves at 650 miles per second, or 3,000 times the speed of sound. For purposes of comparison, the fastest man-made vehicle, the Ulysses space probe, moves at a pokey 27.4 miles a second. A conventional reindeer, by the way, can run 15 miles per hour – tops – or 0.004 miles per second.

Now the payload of the sleigh adds another interesting element. Assuming each child gets nothing more that a medium-sized Lego set (about two pounds each), the sleigh is carrying 321,300 tons, and that’s not counting chubby Santa himself. On land, a conventional reindeer can pull no more than 300 pounds. Even granting flying reindeer could pull 10 times the normal amount, Santa would need 214,200 reindeer. This increases the payload (not counting the sleigh) to 353,430 tons, or four times the weight of the Queen Elizabeth II (the ship, not the monarch).

Now 353,000 tons traveling at 650 miles a second creates enormous air resistance, which would heat the reindeer to incandescence in the same fashion as spacecraft or meteors entering the earth’s atmosphere. The lead pair of reindeer will absorb 14.3 quintillion joules of energy – Per second –  Each. In short, they will burst into flame almost instantaneously, exposing the reindeer behind them and creating deafening sonic booms. The entire team will be vaporized within 4.26 thousandths of a second.

Santa, meanwhile, will be subjected to centrifugal forces of 17,500.06 gravities. A 250-pound Santa (a wee bit of an underestimate) would be pinned to the back of his sleigh by 4,315,015 pounds of force, instantly crushing his bones and organs and reducing him to a quivering blob of pink goo.

Therefore, in conclusion….. “If Santa ever did deliver presents on Christmas Eve, he’s dead now.” 😦

Oh….. And by the way….. Merry Christmas!

Christmas Novelty Songs: A Large Collection

There are countless songs attributed to Christmas and the Holiday Season, both traditional and contemporary, that have become “standards” and/or “classics” over the years. There are also many Christian, Spiritual and other religious songs, hymns and prayers relating to this very special time of the year. You are probably quite familiar with the majority of those. With that being said, the focus here is on comedic, novelty and parody tunes – which included the funny, the unusual, the absurd, the “anti-norm”, the hilariously irreverent, some crude, some rude, some though-provoking – some geared at children or the young-at-heart – while a few are much more adult-themed or oriented. Over the years there have been “tons” of novelty songs of these types. Hopefully this post will introduce you to a number of these that you may not have heard before or at least haven’t heard for many years. By no means is this a complete list as that would be impossible due to many regional songs or non-mainstream releases. However, this is quite a large compilation of several of these over the past several decades as well as a number of them that have been released in the past few years. There are quite a number of artists that specialize in the novelty genre that are included here.

(Check out the second list at the bottom of this post – I have included links wherever possible for more info on these artists)

Christmas Novelty Songs

  1. A Christmas Carol – Tom Lehrer
  2. A Cold, Cold Christmas – Stephen Colbert (2008)
  3. A Terrorist Christmas – James & Kling (1995)
  4. All I Want For Christmas Is A Beatle – Dora Bryan
  5. All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth – Spike Jones & His City Slickers (1948)
  6. All You Need Is Elves – Bob Rivers Group (1997)
  7. Another Christmas Song – Stephen Colbert (2008)
  8. Another White Christmas – Tim Cavanaugh
  9. Aquaclaus – Bob Rivers Group (2002)
  10. Be Claus I Got High – Bob Rivers Group (2002)
  11. Be Kind To The Street Corner Santa Claus – Yogi Yorgesson
  12. Boob Job For Christmas – Virginia Kegel
  13. Carol of The Bartenders – Bob Rivers Group (2000)
  14. Chimney Song – Bob Rivers Group (1987)
  15. Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late) – David Seville & The Chipmunks (1958)
  16. Chipmunks Roasting On An Open Fire – Bob Rivers Group
  17. Christmas At Ground Zero – Weird Al Yankovic
  18. Christmas At K-Mart – Root Boy Slim
  19. Christmas Carol – Skip Ewing
  20. Christmas Cut-Up – Whimsical Will
  21. Christmas Dragnet – Stan Freberg & The Daws Butler Orchestra
  22. Christmas Goose – Stan Boreson & Doug Setterberg
  23. Christmas Is Almost Here – The Arrogant Worms
  24. Christmas Is Coming Twice This Year – The Hollytones (1992)
  25. Christmas Party Song – Bob Rivers Group (2000)
  26. Christmas Time In Hell – Satan, The Dark Prince (South Park)
  27. Christmas Wrap – Tim Cavanaugh
  28. Christmas Wrapping – The Waitresses (1982)
  29. Da Christmas Trip – Da Yoopers
  30. Damn It, I’m Vixen – Brian Beathard (1997)
  31. Dear Santa (The Stick Song) – Sean Morey
  32. Deck The Halls – Kukla, Fran & Ollie
  33. Didn’t I Get This Last Year – Bob Rivers Group (1993)
  34. Do They Know It’s Christmas (Feed The World) – Band Aid (1985)
  35. Dominick The Italian Christmas Donkey – Lou Monte
  36. Don’t Shoot Me Santa – The Killers (2007)
  37. Flu Ride – Bob Rivers Group (2000)
  38. Foreigners – Bob Rivers Group (1987)
  39. Frosty The Dopeman – Marc Zydiak
  40. Frosty The Pervert –
  41. God Rest Ye, Merry Gentleman – Bob Rivers Group
  42. Goin’ Up To Bethlehem – Bob Rivers Group (2000)
  43. Grahbe Yahbalz – Bob Rivers Group (1993)
  44. Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer – Elmo & Patsy (1979)
  45. Grandpa The Snowman – Sean Moey
  46. Green Christmas – Stan Freberg (1958)
  47. Gridlock Christmas – The Hollytones (1988)
  48. Happy Reindeer – Dancer Prancer & Nervous (1959)
  49. Have Yourself An Ozzy Little Christmas – Bob Rivers Group (2002)
  50. Here Comes Fatty Claus – Rudolph & The Gang (1982)
  51. Here Comes Santa Claus – Gene Autry
  52. Here’s Your Sign (Christmas Version) – Bill Engvall (1998)
  53. He’s So Jolly – Bob Rivers Group (2000)
  54. Ho Ho Ho (Who’d Be A Turkey At Christmas) – Elton John
  55. Holy Shit, It’s Christmas – Red Peters
  56. I Am Santa Claus – Bob Rivers Group (1993)
  57. I Came Upon A Roadkill Deer – Bob Rivers Group (1993)
  58. I Farted On Santa’s Lap (Now Christmas Is Gonna Stink For Me) – The Little Stinkers
  59. I Met Santa On The Internet – Lil’ Hank
  60. I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus – Kip Adotta
  61. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus – Jimmy Boyd (1952)
  62. I Shot Santa In My Underwear – The Fools (1992)
  63. I Want A Blow-Up Doll For Christmas – Arnie Aardvark
  64. I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas – Gayla Peevey (1953)
  65. I Want An Alien For Christmas – Fountains of Wayne
  66. I Was Santa Claus AT The School House (For The PTA) – Yogi Yorgesson
  67. I Yust Go Nuts At Christmas – Yogi Yorgesson
  68. I’ll Be Stoned For Christmas – Bob Rivers Group (2002)
  69. I’m A Christmas Tree – Wild Man Fischer
  70. I’m Dressin’ Up Like Santa (When I Get Out On Parole) – Bob Rivers Group (1987)
  71. I’m Getting Sued By Santa Claus – Bill Engvall
  72. It’s Christmas! – Sean Morey
  73. It’s Christmas & I Wonder Where I Am – The Bob & Tom Band (1989)
  74. It’s So Chic To Be Pregnant At Christmas – Nancy White (1990)
  75. It’s The Most Fattening Time of The Year – Bob Rivers Group (1997)
  76. Jingle Bell Drag – The Three Stooges
  77. Jingle Bells – The Singing Dogs (sung by barking dogs)
  78. Jingle Bells – Jingle Cats (sung by meowing cats) (1992)
  79. Jingle Hells Bells – Bob Rivers Group (1993)
  80. Kidnap The Sandy Claws – Danny Elfman (The Night Before Christmas)
  81. Langston Christmas Letter – Tim Cavanaugh
  82. Leroy the Redneck Reindeer – Joe Diffie
  83. Let’s Have A Drug Free Christmas – Tim Cavanaugh
  84. Little Hooters Girl – Bob Rivers Group (2002)
  85. Macarena Christmas – Los Del Rio (1996)
  86. Man With All The Toys – Beach Boys
  87. Me & Mrs. Claus – Bob Rivers Group (2002)
  88. Monster’s Holiday – Bobby “Boris” Pickett (1962)
  89. My Birthday Comes On Christmas – Spike Jones
  90. Night Santa Went Crazy – Weird Al Yankovic
  91. Nuttin’ For Christmas – Art Mooney & His Orchestra featuring Barry Gordon (1955)
  92. Nuttin’ For Christmas – Stan Freberg
  93. O Christmas Tree – Bob Rivers Group (1993)
  94. O Come All Ye Grateful Dead-Heads – Bob Rivers Group (1987)
  95. O Little Town of Bethlehem – Bob Rivers Group (1993)
  96. Osama Got Run Over By A Reindeer – Bob Rivers Group
  97. Please Daddy Don’t Get Drunk This Christmas – John Denver/Alan Jackson
  98. Police Stop My Car – Bob Rivers Group (1997)
  99. Pretty Little Dolly – Mona Abboud (1980)
  100. Randolph The Flat-Nosed Reindeer – Homer & Jethro
  101. Real Slim Santa – Kevin & Bean (2000)
  102. Redneck 12 Days of Christmas – Jeff Foxworthy
  103. Restroom Door Said “Gentleman” – Bob Rivers Group (1987)
  104. Rudolph The Brown Nose Reindeer – Rudy & The Reindeer
  105. Run Rudolph Run – Chuck Berry
  106. Rusty Chevrolet – Da Yoopers (1986)
  107. Santa & The Satellite – Buchanan & Goodman
  108. Santa & The Touchables – Dickie Goodman
  109. Santa Claus & His Old Lady – Cheech & Chong (1971)
  110. Santa & The Purple People Eater – Sheb Wooley
  111. Santa Claus Boogie – The Tractors (1995)
  112. Santa Claus Is Comin’ (In A Boogie Woogie Choo-Choo Train) – The Tractors (1995)
  113. Santa Claus Is Foolin’ Around – Bob Rivers Group (2000)
  114. Santa Claus Is Smoking Reefer – Squirrel Nut Zippers
  115. Santa Claus Is Watching You – Ray Stevens With The Merry Melody Singers (1962)
  116. Santa Claus The Original Hippie – Homer & Jethro
  117. Santa Claus’s Son – Spike Jones
  118. Santa Doesn’t Cop Out On Dope – Martin Mull
  119. Santa Looked A Lot Like Daddy – Garth Brooks
  120. Santa’s Beard – The Beach Boys
  121. Santa’s Comin’ In A Whirlybird – Gene Autry
  122. Santa’s Gonna Kick Your Ass – The Arrogant Worms
  123. Santa’s Helper – Da Yoopers
  124. Santa’s Lament – Father Guido Sarducci (1995)
  125. Santa’s Stuck Up In The Chimney – Paul Evans
  126. Santa’s Watching Me – Tim Cavanaugh
  127. Santafly – Martin Mull
  128. Silent Butt Deadly Night – ???
  129. Sled Zeppelin – Bob Rivers Group (1997)
  130. Snoopy’s Christmas – The Royal Guardsmen (1967)
  131. There’s Another Santa Claus – Bob Rivers Group (1993)
  132. Teddy The Red-Nosed Senator – Bob Rivers Group (1993)
  133. ThistleHair The Christmas Bear – Alabama
  134. Toy Shack – Bob Rivers Group (1997)
  135. Twas The Night After Christmas – Jeff Foxworthy
  136. Twelve Days of Christmas – Bob & Doug McKenzie (1982)
  137. Twelve Drugs of Christmas – Tenacious D
  138. Twelve Gifts of Christmas – Allan Sherman
  139. Twelve Pains of Christmas – Bob Rivers Group (1987)
  140. Twisted Chipmunk Song – Bob Rivers Group (2000)
  141. Walkin’ ‘Round In Women’s Underwear – Bob Rivers Group (1993)
  142. We Wish You Weren’t Living With Us – Bob Rivers Group (1987)
  143. What Can You Get A Wookie For Christmas (When He Already Owns A Comb)? – The Star Wars Intergalactic Droid Choir & Chorale (1980)
  144. What If Eminem Did Jingle Bells – Bob Rivers Group (2002)
  145. White Trash Christmas – Bob Rivers Group (2002)
  146. Who Let The Elves Out – John Mammoser
  147. Who Put The Stump – Bob Rivers Group (2000)
  148. Wreck The Halls With Boughs of Holly – The Three Stooges
  149. Wreck The Malls – Bob Rivers Group (1987)
  150. Yellow Snow! Yellow Snow! Yellow Snow! – Bob Rivers Group (1997)
  151. Yingle Bells – Yogi Yorgesson
  152. You Ain’t Gettin’ Diddly Squat – Heywood Banks & The Heylettes
  153. You Ain’t Gettin’ Shit For Christmas! – Red Peters
  154. You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch – Thurl Ravenscroft (1966)
  155. ‘Zat You, Santa Claus? – Louis Armstrong & The Commanders

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Novelty & Parody Artist Links

As promised above, here is that list of various artists who tend to specialize in novelty/comedy/parody recordings, which include a number of Christmas themed releases. Links are included wherever possible – simply click on them to take you to that artists website or info page.

Winter Wonderland Picture Gallery

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