Southland Christian Church

The hilarity begins with Mary and Joseph making their way to “Bethle-ha-ha-ham” via donkey. Or was it a camel?

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As far as Christmas videos go, this one shared by Kentucky’s Southland Christian Church in back in 2015, absolutely takes the cake.

The adorable video, which has been viewed more than two million times since it hit Youtube two years ago, features the most hilarious telling of the Christmas story by the congregation’s youngest members. Acted out by adults, the story is narrated by a mix of young children.

The hilarity begins with Mary and Joseph making their way to “Bethle-ha-ha-ham” via donkey. Or was it a camel? Anyways, in Bethle-ha-ha-ham they find a giggling inn-keeper who informs them there are “literally no rooms in the inn. Literally.” That’s when they were pointed in the direction of a nearby stable.

Meanwhile, the shepherds got word from a singing angel Gabriel that “a new baby is getting born that is the king of the Jews.” The shepherds and their sheep decided they should probably go check it out. Around the same time, a star appeared to the three wise men, who, with a few shrugs, figured they should probably follow it too. Maybe.

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Eventually they all end up in the stable where Mary has just given birth to baby Jesus. As for the gifts the wise men brought, the kids were all over the place: diapers, wipes and milk, a stuffed hippo, and Frankenstein. Definitely Frankenstein. Oh and a pair of Jordans, because of course.

 

Watch the hilarious retelling in the video above and prepare to laugh. Hard.