What Your Favorite Christmas Movie Says About You

You can tell a lot about a person by their favorite Christmas special. Here’s a list of common favorites and what they say about you.

A Year Without a Santa Claus

A Year Without a Santa Claus: You shy away from tradition. You have a good heart, but sometimes you can be disillusioned by Christmas or the world around you. Just when you think the world is full of horrible unworthy people, something happens to renew your faith in humanity.

Santa Claus is Coming to Town: You’re a person of myth and legend. You have a good heart and try your best to make other people happy.

A Charlie Brown Christmas: You’re very traditional. Sometimes you feel like the soul has been sucked out of Christmas (or life) but your friends and family remind you about what the real meaning of life and Christmas is.

Frosty The Snowman: You’re full of fun and whimsy. You believe in magic, love and having fun.

It’s a Wonderful Life

It’s a Wonderful Life: Much like George Bailey, life constantly shits on you. Despite that, you’re a big softy. You’re good natured, loving, and sentimental and willing to sacrifice your own happiness and health for others. Your friends and family mean a lot to you. Luckily, they love to you to death and would do anything for you as well.

Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer: You’re a lovable misfit. Although you want to fit into the crowd, there’s no need. The special people in your life love you and appreciate you for who you are.

The Little Drummer Boy: One of your favorite things to say during the holiday season is “Jesus is the reason for the season.” You’re pretty old school and traditional.

Bruce Willis took too much Viagra and died hard. YEEEEAAH!

Die Hard: Get out of here. Die Hard isn’t real Christmas movie.

A Christmas Carol: You’re old school and traditional. You believe that anyone can change and be a good person.

Miracle on 34th Street: You’re still a child at heart. You believe in magic, whimsy and still leave cookies out for Santa every year (despite not having any children).

How The Grinch Stole Christmas: Sometimes you can be a grouch, but deep down you’re a kind and caring person. All you need is a little love and understanding.

The Nightmare Before Christmas: Fuck tradition. You’re a bit unconventional and weird, but lovable and fun.

Jack Frost: We’re not talking about the loving father who got reincarnated as a snowman to build a better relationship with his son. We’re talking about the killer snowman. You’re far from traditional and a little twisted.

Do any of these descriptions match you? If not, let me know what’s your favorite Christmas movie! It may show up next year!


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