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Sometimes leftovers are even better than when the food is fresh out of the oven. Surprise your friends and family by switching things up with your leftovers and try one of Momma Cuisine's "Turkey Leftover Recipes." See what our hosts think about these unique leftover recipes here.
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Chanukah overlaps with Thanksgiving this year, although it's usually thought of to coincide with Christmas. From racheldoesstuff, here's a music parody of the classic "Santa Baby" that shows the sexy side of Chanukah instead... while also emphasizing various stereotypes and cultural nuances. Hear what the RTM crew had to say about this new holiday jingle by clicking here.
Jamie and Davey Wavey hold nothing back as they make fun of what they refer to as the "valley girl stereotype" they say is alive and well in California. Watch as they run through their "Dumb White Girl's Christmas List." Among the coveted items? An iPhone (but NOT the black one), and a Chihuahua, even though they're made in Mexico. They're like, so totally clueless, like, it's not even funny.
From Guyism, here's a "Hillybilly's Guide" to everything you need to know about Hanukah... Hanukkah... Chanukah... however you spell it. It answers questions like, what games you play, and what you eat, for the 8-day-long Festival of Lights!
Rachel Bloom of Rachel Does Stuff is bringing hotness and humor back to Chanukah. Her Jewish version of "Santa Baby" is a MUST WATCH and features Bloom making a light-hearted mockery of all the holiday fesitivites. A special Mazel Tov goes out to Bloom, who may have created the next great holiday song. Check out the entire video by clicking here. You can also check out her original video here.
Check out a holiday music medley unlike many we've seen. "Jolly Christmas Medley" features Oh Honey and Uzo Aduba, who appear in the Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black. Watch them add a bit of percussion to some classic carols like "Jingle Bells," "Silent Night," and "Joy to the World." This video by Gabriel Long should get you in the holiday spirit in no time. The artists ask that you consider making a donation to Artists Striving to End Poverty.
Ugly sweaters are fun and have become more and more common in the last decade or so. What better way to bring out your big guns, so to speak, than by taking your ugly sweater to the next level with the help of your trusty iPhone? Simply download Digital Dudz, pick a scenery, and stick it in your ugly sweater.*
*Warmth from the digital fireplace not guaranteed.
Just one more reason why it's cool to live in New York? You can have your Christmas tree delivered right to your home and even have it decorated for you, too! Yup. SoHo Trees offers delivery service and will even set it up and spruce it up for you. They've been "delivering Christmas magic" to New Yorkers for over 30 years. Now if only they could expand that service nationwide...
DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME! Captain Microwave has discovered a new way of changing up his old-fashioned Christmas ornaments. Check out what happens when the "merry" metal meets the microwave.
What was the first Thanksgiving really like? We heard K-Stew's version, but now it's time to be a little more accurate, thanks to Mental Floss! Watch to find out what pigeons, Abraham Lincoln, and Kermit the Frog, all have to do with the not-always-national holiday, and what forking pumpkin pie into your mouth does not.
Black Friday turned black and blue when two women started fighting over a TV at Walmart. To make matters worse, one of the woman (possibly the aggressor) was arrested shortly after the TV tug-of-war started. Both women were seperated, but the one in handcuffs was forced to the ground instead of getting her early-bird deal and it was all caught on tape.
The folks at Barely Political gave us something to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Kristen Stewart (impersonator) explains the hilarious history of Thanksgiving to us all. Thanks, K-Stew!
Watch the whole thing!