I’m dreaming of a pants Christmas


Yesterday, I was most pleased to be able to share with you all a bit of holiday cheer in the form of a Christmas pants song. Which leads me to think there could be far more holiday pants songs. On top of that, this week’s Monday Mission asks for posts in the form of Christmas lists. And I thought to myself, “I should make a list.” So, here I offer you a very Merry Christmas Pants Playlist. Pull up your festive pants and enjoy!
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Pants Holiday Playlist

  1. Deck the Pants
  2. Pants We Have Heard On High
  3. God Pants Ye Merry, Gentlemen
  4. Hark the Herald Angels’ Pants
  5. O Little Pants of Bethlehem
  6. I Heard The Pants On Christmas Day
  7. Jingle Pants
  8. The Little Drummer Pants
  9. O Pants, All Ye Faithful
  10. Silent Pants
  11. O Holy Pants
  12. The Twelve Pants Of Christmas
  13. Pants to the World
  14. Pants Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
  15. Ding Dong Merrily on Pants

14 thoughts on “I’m dreaming of a pants Christmas

  1. I just had a serious garden path moment involving pants, and I thought I’d share.

    I googled the group “Pants Yell!” because I read a good blurb about their new album. At the top of the page where they list the product search results, I see, not a CD, but:
    Junior’s Active Bottoms Rebel Yell Sweat Pant

    It took me a long time to parse this.. I had “rebel” as a verb, and was going with that (even though I couldn’t figure out why Junior’s active bottom was rebelling- a period of inactivity perhaps?) until I hit the remaining words which became a stream of verbs implying that Junior’s bottom had become very active indeed and was now yelling, sweating and panting. After my brain forced me to back up and re-parse, I realized that “rebel-yell” needed a hyphen, and “pant”, of course, should be “pants”, even if you only purchase one pair for your active junior’s bottom. But was I wrong to be confused by this? Or is the store in question (K-Mart) trying to lure the active bottom googling crowd? Hmm..

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