In the spirit of time-does-not-exist anymore, we decided you could all use a Christmas right about now. So we are re-running some of our favorite holiday content, just because. Use this as an official excuse to think about something else, and watch holiday movies all day.
xoxo, BYT (and Merry Christmas! In April!)
I can’t wait to go home for Christmas. I live in a studio apartment so it’s nice to remember what it’s like to go from one room to another room. My mom also semi-adopted my cat when I moved so I spend the majority of my time forcing him to love me again. HE WILL LOVE ME AGAIN. Of course all of that lasts about an hour, then the stress/anxiety/rage sets in as we continue our ongoing battle of: You’re still my kid but I’m 33, mom. Ah the holidays…please pass the wines, and the whines. Forced merriment with people who used to enrage you to the point of multiple bedroom door slams. How does one work out all of that aggression safely? It’s pretty easy…just watch a few good horror movies. What? Horror movies on Christmas? But isn’t that illegal? Jesus, is this legal? It is because I’ve found a few loopholes: Christmas-themed Horror movies. Here are my faves:
1. Black Christmas (1974)
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