Funny Christmas Quotes Worth Repeating
'Tis the season to stress out! Nine months of the year we try to stick to the healthy eating habits we promised ourselves on New Year’s Eve but come the holiday season, we jump back on that merry-go-round. It begins with a few harmless handfuls of Halloween candy corn which leads to a plethora of pecan and pumpkin pies at Thanksgiving then ends with Christmas cookies and creamy hot chocolate while we watch Hallmark movies and decorate the tree. Speaking of the tree, it is the centerpiece of Christmas and the cause of numerous discussions each year—real or fake, 6 ft. or 8 ft., Blue Spruce or Fraser Fir, cut down or off the lot. We should remember the words of Larry Wilde when deciding on the tree, “Never worry about the size of your Christmas tree. In the eyes of children, they are all 30 feet tall.” If we find ourselves mindlessly stuffing our mouths with snickerdoodles as we make lists and check them 2, 3, and 4 times, then no wonder “stressed” is “desserts” spelled backwards. Instead of all those cookies, use some comic relief to alleviate that stress. Carve time into your seasonal schedule to take the kids to a new release Christmas movie or invite your girlfriends over to watch Barbara Stanwyck in the 1945 classic, Christmas in Connecticut. If you can’t bear to waste time, then make it a movie watching and wrapping party. Everyone brings their gifts that need wrapping and you provide the paper and ribbon. While laughing at the messes Barbara Stanwyck’s character creates, you’ll have spent a fun evening with your friends and crossed off one of your to-dos. A quick way to keep your spirits bright, print out these funny Christmas quotes and place them around the house to remind you to take time to laugh this holiday season.
Don’t get your tinsel in a tangle!
It’s all fun and games ‘til Santa checks the naughty list.
Never worry about the size of your Christmas tree. In the eyes of children, they are all 30 fee tall.
Be naughty, save Santa a trip.
Dear Santa, this year please give me a big fat bank account and a slim body. You mixed those two up last year.
Christmas: the only time of year you can sit in front of a dead tree eating candy out of socks.
Don’t blame the holidays, you were fat in August.
Dear Santa, it was my sister’s fault.
I’m only a morning person on December 25th.
Sending Christmas cards is a good way to let your friends and family know that you think they’re worth the price of a stamp.
– Melanie White