Tuesday, December 9, 2008

I don't care what your mama says...


Christmas time is neeeear!

Getting in the Christmas spirit these days. The office holiday party is tonight, which means the rare offering of unlimited free booze and food. It also means I'm going to get really anxious because one can only consume so much of these things before looking like an ass in front of one's boss and his important clients. So.

While I'm still feeling jolly I wanted to share my favorite Christmas song with you. It's from SNL a few years ago.

Click here to watch.

I particularly like Tracy Morgan's dance moves.

9 comments:

surviving myself said...

Man I miss Horatio Sanz.

saratogajean said...

Oh man. You know how you have that one moment where Christmas Cheer hits you in the face and you get excited?

That just happened for me. Thank you Tracey Morgan.

JenBun said...

Hahaha, I love those guys!

Lacey Bean said...

I LOVE that skit.

Katelin said...

love that skit. hope you had fun at your office party, mine is tomorrow night and i sort of can't wait :)

Asphodel said...

At least you have an office party! No, no wait! Thats not it! At least you have an office party WITH booze! Yea. Ugh! Sucks to be a booze-free country here!

Julie_Gong said...

tracey is by far the best part of this whole skit

Wonder-Rachel said...

That was great. Enjoy your free booze! My company is in an "economic turnaround" right now (god I've heard that phrase WAY too much this quarter!) so they cancelled our corporate xmas party. This year we got 30 minutes paid time off to head to the break room for an awesome appreciation luncheon! Woo hoo! Go eBay! Happy holidays!

Hollywood Sucker said...

surviving- Have you seen how skinny he is now?

saratogajean- Yes it has that effect on me too.

JenBun- I want one of those sweaters.

Lacey Bean- Yes I think it needs more publicity.

Katelin- I had a great time! Hope you did too.

Asphodel- No booze! I wouldn't last a week there.

Julie- I don't know how he kept a straight face.

Wonder-Rachel- Oh gosh. I hope things get better for your company.