Sunday, December 26

Winter Wonderlands

Once again, a Christmas has come and gone, but does that mean we're done with the holiday? Of course not! There's still snow on the ground (quite a bit of it, in the Midwest at least), so that means there's plenty to do in that festive atmosphere. You could try plowing snow with a train:

Maybe go with a snowball fight:

Or you could be extremely stupid and see if your tongue sticks to a cold pole in the dead of winter:

But you know, maybe you don't have any snow where you're from, so sometimes it's best to just dance.

And even if you don't celebrate Christmas, we've got you covered:

And if you want to be somewhat offended by two not very funny white women singing a song about Ramadan (in the vein of Adam Sandler's "Hannukah Song," why, you can just click right here. I don't really want to dignify it with a spot in this blog though, so I think maybe we should just be done with this post.

Hope the holidays will continue to be fantastic for everyone and that you can all end in 2010 in style. Unlike this guy:

This Day in History

1966- The first Kwanzaa is celebrated in Los Angeles under the direction of Maulana Karenga the chair of Black Studies at California State University at Long Beach. The week-long holiday was designed to embrace African American family, community and culture.

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