What do reindeer hang on their Christmas trees?
Why is Prancer always wet?
Because he’s a “rain”-deer!
How can Santa's sleigh possibly fly through the air?
You would too if you were pulled by flying reindeer!
What would a reindeer do if it lost its tail?
She’d go to a “re-tail”shop for a new one!
Why does Scrooge love all of the reindeer?
Because every buck is dear to him!
Which of Santa's reindeer has bad manners?
What do you call a reindeer wearing ear muffs?
Anything you want because he can’t hear you!
What do reindeer always say before telling you a joke?
This one will “sleigh” you!
How does Rudolph know when Christmas is coming?
He looks at his calen-“deer”!
What do you give a reindeer with an upset tummy?
How do you get into Donner's house?
You ring the “deer”-bell!
What's red and white and gives presents to gazelles?
How many reindeer does it take to change a light bulb?
Eight! One to screw in the light bulb and seven to hold Rudolph down!
Did Rudolph go to a regular school?
No, he was “elf”-taught!
Why did Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer cross the road?
Because he was tied to a chicken!
Why do reindeer wear fur coats?
Because they look silly in snowsuits!
Q. What is green, white, and red all over?
A. A sunburnt elf
Q. What do Santa's elves learn in the North Pole school?
A. The Elfabet
Q. What do snowmen eat for breakfast?
Q. What does Santa do in his garden?
A. Hoe Hoe Hoe!
Q. What rains at the north pole?
Christmas or Christmas Day is a holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus, the central figure of Christianity. Aspects of celebration may include gift-giving, Christmas trees, display of Nativity sets, church attendance, the Father Christmas/Santa Claus myth, and family gatherings. Christmas Day is celebrated on December 25th of every year.
The word Christmas
is derived from Middle English Christemasse and from Old English Cristes mæsse. It is a contraction meaning "Christ's mass". The name of the holiday is often shortened to Xmas because Roman letter "X" resembles the Greek letter Χ (chi), an abbreviation for Christ (Χριστός).
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