In Case Yours Get Lost In The Postal System
The holidays are upon us! For many of us, that means sending loved ones greeting cards filled with cheer. Since we likely won't be getting one from Miley Cyrus, we decided to imagine what she and other naughty celebs would mail out. Feel free to print and prop on your mantel.
If there's anything Miley Cyrus loves spreading more than self-propaganda and moderately annoying fads like twerking, it's Christmas cheer. She's a virtual wrecking ball of holiday spirit.
As the lyrics to that classic holiday jingle go, "I don't need a lot for Christmas/there is just one thing I need..." And while all most people want for Christmas is "you," a little liquid cheer is the only thing stars who love to chug like Chelsea Handler and Katy Perry want Santa to drop down the chimney.
You know the holiday season has officially arrived when the Kardashian girls start flooding Instagram with Christmas-themed selfies. Which we like to refer to as "elfies."
Pop quiz! Who'd look cutest in a Santa costume: Prince Harry, One Direction's Harry Styles or the orangutans at the zoo?
Looks like Joe Manganiello, Ravens QB Joe Flacco and Joe Jonas decided to capitalize on their shared moniker and send out a Christmas card with triple the good tidings. If snowflakes looked like this, we'd be praying for blizzards year-round.
Just sit back this Christmas, sip on some eggnog and let Pauly D spin some holiday tunes for you. Fist-pumping around the Christmas tree is totally optional (but probably inevitable if the eggnog is spiked.)
"So won't you tell me you'll never more roam/Christmas and New Year's will find you home/There'll be no more sorrow, no grief and pain/And I'll be happy, happy once again..." Hmm, those lyrics were written in the '60s, but perhaps Selena Gomez is thinking of putting out a Bieber-centric remix.
Leave it to Sofia Vergara to sex up the holiday spirit. Who needs Christmas presents when you get a greeting like this in the mail?
Kanye West's album just may be the reason for the season. He is, in his own words, a dog... er, god. He says god. And the man upstairs would undoubtedly have the Christmas hookup.