Prompted by YouTube channel The Midweek Minute, Twitter users embraced #MillennialChristmasSongs, proving that no matter how cool millennials think they are, they're not too cool to enjoy a good pun or two. Here are some of the best #MillennialChristmasSongs.
#MillenialChristmasSongs Mistletoe and Vine— Nigel Court (@nigecourt) December 2, 2015
"I'll Be Living At Home For Christmas" #millennialchristmassongs— Monolith_Mike (@RoyBatty_Jr) December 2, 2015
#MillenialChristmasSongs last Christmas I gave you my and the very next day, you texted me "K"..— Sara Mansford (@SaraMansford) December 2, 2015
I Saw Mommy Swiping Right For Santa Claus #MillenialChristmasSongs— darksidedeb (@darksidedeb) December 2, 2015
I Saw Mommy Tweeting Santa Claus #MillennialChristmasSongs— Adel Alizadeh (@Inf_Adel) December 2, 2015
Chestnuts Roasting on a Kindle Fire #MillenialChristmasSongs— Tuchus_Galore (@robind1208) December 2, 2015
We Wish You A Merry Politically Correct Euphemism For Holiday #MillenialChristmasSongs— ~ Thom ~ (@ThomFlies) December 2, 2015
Grandma Got Run Over by An Uber #MillenialChristmasSongs— Ben Lewis (@BenLewisorBust) December 2, 2015
Deck the Halls with Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Locally Sourced Holly #MillenialChristmasSongs— TheSandman (@USCMC_Sandman) December 2, 2015
Frosty The Cisgendered Heteronormative Snowperson #MillenialChristmasSongs— Alo Konsen (@OhioCoastie) December 2, 2015
What's really amusing about this hashtag, however, is that it trended worldwide with a spelling mistake in it. LOLZ.
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