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10 Best Christmas Wordplays (Infographic)

Ready for Christmas? These 10 wordplays, handpicked by our copywriters, will put you in the mood. Save and share — around the office, Christmas dinner table, or with your favorite grammar-lovin’ friend!

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10 Best Christmas Wordplays

1. Heard on the roof, the prancing and pawing of each little hoof

On Christmas eve, one of Santa’s reindeer asks Mr. Claus why Dasher and Dancer are always taking coffee breaks. Santa’s response? “They’re my star bucks!”

2. The coziest season

Why do dogs love the tradition of a Christmas tree? Because they get to enjoy an indoor bathroom when you bring it home.

3. The hustle and bustle of the holidays

Red, white, red, white…what’s that? It’s Santa Claus, rolling down a hill!

4. Tasty treats everywhere!

What do snowmen like to eat for breakfast? Snowflakes.

5. The perfect gift beneath the tree

Last year, I wrote a letter to Santa asking him to bring me the sexiest person in the world. On Christmas morning, I woke up in a box.

6. New lessons to be learned from loved ones near and far

What do elves learn at elf school? The elfabet!

7. A holly-jolly season

Who says “oh oh oh?” Santa walking backwards.

8. Winter sports to enjoy and share!

What do you call a snowman wearing ice skates? A snowmobile!

9. A chilling situation

How do you know if the economy is in trouble on Christmas? The snowmen are selling themselves on the streets.

10. The most wonderful time of the year

The most wonderful thing about Christmas is it’s the only time of the year when you can gather around a dead tree and eat chocolate from a sock.

(Source: funny-jokes-quotes.com/christmas-jokes.html)

Merry Christmas to you & yours from all of us at Express Writers! We’re still here and working over the holidays…need last-minute content support? We got you covered!

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