Christmas Parodies and Novelty Favorites That Never Get Old
While many people enjoy listening to traditional Christmas music during the holidays, others can't wait to bust a gut laughing while listening to these classic parodies.
Bob and Doug McKenzie's '12 Days of Christmas'
Taken off 1982's 'The Great White North', this classic Christmas parody features Bog and Doug McKenzie (Dave Thomas and Rick Moranis), who go down the 12 days of Christmas list in there own Canadian comedy kind of way.
Southpark's 'Carol of the Bells'
If you love Southpark, there is no doubt that you've seen this Christmas parody where Mr. Hankey lays down his version of 'Carol of the Bells'. If you haven't see it before, watch it and prepare to laugh m'kay.
Family Guy's 'A Peter Griffin Christmas' and 'Carol of the Bells'
Sung to the tune of 'Carol of the Bells', 'Family Guys' Peter Griffin does a Burger King parody like you've never heard before.
'Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer'
No matter what genre of music you listen to, more than likely, you've heard this song a thousand times. The song originated in 1979 by the group Elmo & Patsy, and has become a favorite parody to laugh to each holiday season.
Bob Rivers and Twisted Radio 'The 12 Pains of "Christmas'
There are a ton of Bob Rivers and Twisted Radio Christmas parodies out there like 'Walking Round in Women's Underwear', 'I Am Santa Claus' and more. But, this one is definitely one of my favorites.
Of course, this is just tip of the iceberg when it comes to Christmas parodies. Let us know what is your favorite and we'll add it to the list.