It’s Christmas! You know what that means, time for some holiday-themed “content.” Here are some of our favorite holiday videos or series from the past month:
The ladies of Litchfield sing you a song:
Just in time for the holidays, here’s a video short from Netflix and the “Orange Is the New Black” team singing the original song, “12 Days of Litchfield.” (If you’ve been in a ditch and don’t know what “Orange Is the New Black” or Litchfield is: it’s a critically acclaimed original series about a women’s prison in upstate New York, and it’s the name of said women’s prison, respectively.)
Now, this is how you go carolin’:
The best damned prank group in existence does it again. Improv Everywhere decided to surprise one family in Englewood Cliffs, NJ by Christmas caroling with the support of a 20-person brass orchestra and 13-member choir. The look on the kids’ faces throughout the video seal it.
Be kind to others, even if they’re the worst:
Christmas isn’t only about some fat guy in a red suit somehow squeezing down your chimney to leave you presents and eat your food — it’s also about being kind to others. Unfortunately, on the web, that’s much easier said than done. Here’s Katie Nolan from Fox Sports to show you how to respond to the worst of the web — with a little dose of kindness and encouragement, just like how Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck does whenever he’s sacked.
A holiday feast with 13 dogs and 1 cat, and a lot of human hands:
YouTube isn’t only cats and dog videos — but maybe it should be! This video from Freshpet shows 13 dogs and 1 cat enjoying a holiday feast. Come for the cuteness, stay for the somewhat off-putting sight of cats and dogs having human hands.
You’re all horrible for going to see the Christmas tree at 30 Rock:
Every year, thousands of you trek to Rockefeller Center to take in the sight of a huge Christmas tree — or as one tree sees it, “a huge, dead corpse in the middle of a plaza.” Not cool, guys.
A dog on a Roomba wearing a Santa hat?
A dog on a Roomba wearing a Santa hat.
Merry Christmas, you filthy animals.