What Movie is Your Christmas Most Like?

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I think this is a low point in my online quiz taking because I disagree with this prognosis. How about you -- do you agree or disagree with your own results?

Your Christmas is Most Like: How the Grinch Stole Christmas

You can't really get into the Christmas spirit...
But it usually gets to you by the end of the holiday.

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A Charlie Brown Christmas

Each year, you really get into the spirit of Christmas.
Which is much more important to you than nifty presents.

Now that is strange, wonder what caused that?

By Chris' Wills (not verified) on 15 Dec 2007 #permalink

well, from my perspective, i think you live the "christmas spirit" every day of the year. or whatever it is called when you live it everyday of the year.

My results were bunk, too. A Very Brady Christmas?! I'm sure it's because my one Christmas constant is the big gathering at Mom & Dad's house. Big family gathering, ergo Brady. Ugh.

I don't get a tree, I give gifts to only the youngest family members, and I doze through Christmas mass (if they even manage to get me to go -- sometimes a niece or nephew has a bit part and it's important to watch that they don't set themselves on fire with the candles). And it doesn't seem to conform with the family program when you reply to "Merry Christmas" with a cheery "And a happy humbug to you, too!"

Mine's Red Dawn.

Your Christmas is Most Like: Miracle on 34th Street

Sweet and caring, Christmas is about helping for you.
While Santa may not exist, you try to share his spirit.

Actually my favorite Christmas movie is A Christmas Story. I remember my father cussing like that late into the night on Christmas eve. My dogs don't have to steal the turkey though. One of the drumsticks always goes to them. Miracle was my favorite until that one came along.

I really should have matched with the Grinch though. I've always been a bit "Bah, humbug" when it comes to Christmas.

By carolyn13 (not verified) on 15 Dec 2007 #permalink

I got "A Christmas Story". A film I've never heard of.

I think I would prefer A Great Escape, although curiously the film I most associate with Christmas is The Poseidon Adventure.



Try and catch A Christmas Story on cable this year. It's hilarious.

You know, I had a senior moment. It's A Wonderful Life was my favorite. Even as a kid, I thought Miracle was sapppy.

By carolyn13 (not verified) on 15 Dec 2007 #permalink

Big Night

Obsessing on an abundance of good food as a context to celebrate a ficticious event and then realizing that consuming the food is the event.

OUR TREE IS LOVELY...it took us two days to place every ornament on the tree..not because its perfect, because most had a story to remember and we did.
We remove things from our shelves and fill them with Christmas. We love the whole time from Thanksgiving to two or three weeks beyond New years.

Our family and friends try to schedule time together to share our year and plan our next. We love the time, effort and family we experience every year..

Our best,
Dorothy from grammology
remember to call gram