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How The Grinch Stole Christmas, starring Jim Carrey.
A kid from an orphanage crawls into Santa's sack on Christmas Eve and is accidentally transported back to the North Pole. The elves call the infant Buddy after the brand mark ("Little Buddy Diapers") on his diaper when he is found at the workshop, and Papa Elf adopts and raises him. Buddy grows up thinking he is an elf and is welcomed by the elf clan, but his human stature prevents him from keeping up with the other elves, and he is demoted to the critical task of toy checking. Buddy also discovers that he is a human, and Papa Elf reveals that Buddy was born to Walter Hobbs and Susan Wells and adopted. Susan died afterwards, and Walter, who now serves as a children's book publisher in New York City's Empire State Building, is ignorant of Buddy's life. Santa informs Buddy that Walter is on the naughty list because of his arrogant and evil conduct, but that Buddy will help him redeem himself. Read more...
All I Want For Christmas Is You is a popular Christmas song, released by Mariah Carey, all the way back in 28th October 1994. It was recorded on August 1994. It is a song that has topped the chart and is known as 'one of the biggest holiday songs of all times.' This music video includes two videos - the original video is one that shows her dogs and family during the holidays, and the second video, released in 2019, features female dancers and back up singers. The second music video celebrates the 25th anniversary of the song.
A Christmas cracker is a type of cracker, pulled open by two people, usually on Christmas Day, although they can be opened around that time. Christmas crackers usually contain a small gift item and a joke. Crackers are made out of cardboard and have two sides, with both sides of the cardboard being festive. Crackers are mostly pulled at parties and a Christmas dinner table. Usually, the person who wins when pulling the cracker by getting the larger end keeps the small gifts, the coloured paper hat, and the small toy. The paper hats are mostly worn when eating Christmas dinner. Wearing festive hats has been a tradition that can date back to Roman times and the Saturnalia celebrations, which also involved decorative headgear. It is believed that a Christmas dinner isn't complete without crackers.Read more...
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