why men go crazy around the holidays pt III

Omigosh. Emmanuel NAILED it! This is exactly what I’ve talking about! See Part I and Part II here…

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why men go crazy around the holidays pt. II / lock on my box

Well,¬†Episode 3 is here. I started out examining why men — really past dates of any gender — seem to make a grand return around the holidays… and then it turned into my first ever song and dance on film (and by film, I mean microscopic digital storage space). Once again, I had to take the “what the hell” state of mind on this and just put it out there. Enjoy.

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thankful fuh what?!

((It is required to read the title of this in your best Lil Jon voice.))

THANK FUL FUH WHAT?!

I have a few friends that hate HAAYTE this time of year. The overwhelming good cheer and emphasis on family magnifies their loneliness.

So this is for them. It’s ok to pout. It’s ok to stay home. It’s ok to turn off the TV. It’s ok to just wait it out. Like a raging level 5 turkey storm.

But know this, unless you are a masochist, every year will not suck. It will not. And one day you will find yourself warm, cozy, and grinning ear to ear because the holidays aren’t quite so miserable anymore.
Wait for it.

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