Oh, the Holiday Hell Show is off and running and today we are going to talk about pure Christmas in a bottle. Seriously, if Santa got drunk and depressed over the war on Christmas and decided to slit his wrists in the tub, there would be Holiday Cheerwine Punch everywhere.
Dude, that went dark.
Okay, let’s start over. The makers of Cheerwine have put out a limited edition Holiday Punch which is a little lighter in color and fruitier in taste than the original. If you have not had the original, I suggest you give it a whirl. As a local to North Carolina, the home base of Cheerwine, it take it for granted and assume everyone has had it. I learned that is not the case when I have visitors.
If you have the means and are within distance of picking Holiday Cheerwine Punch up, please do so. If not to drink at least to put on the table and enjoy the hue of fallalalalalalalalalalalalalalala.
I made a quick video to show it is not only drinkable but also why I should never use hair products. Enjoy!
Welcome to the show my friends! I was struggling to find a good theme for these next couple of months which would bridge Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years but nothing seemed to fit. Then a stupid title kind of fell on my lap. Okay, my dog gave it to me but still, it was a struggle.
This year I am launching the Holiday Hell Show and it is incorporating everything silly and fun that a mid-30’s guy should not be involved in. I plan to have lots of fun with this especially since I feel like I missed most of the Halloween season. I imagine this is what an estranged and neglectful father does in his twilight years to his kid. Let’s do everything!!!
I know what you are thinking. “Whoa, dude. It’s just November and you are launching a holiday show?”
Today I was checking out the local CVS for their holiday loot and found a line of Snoopy (Peanuts™) products. The one that stood out the most was a hot dog toaster that not only toasts the bun but the hot dog too! The idea of a cartoon dog on a toaster that also cooks meat was almost too much. And those on Twitter agree since my picture of it was retweeted almost thirty times. There’s definitely a market for hot dog toasters.
Come check out the first of many Holiday Hell Show posts. I cook hot dogs in my office. This all seems so right.
The fog of a crazy October has lifted and in its wake of black and orange we now come to a sea of green and red. It is time to toss the Jack-o-Lanters aside and look to nervous turkeys under tall pines which we will chop down, drag in the house, place in water and electrify. This time of the year blends two holidays into one and I, for one, am okay with that.
If there is one thing that being a senior account executive has taught me, don’t over promise your hobbies. The career has a crazy way of stepping in front of grandious plans like a cat photobombing the camera as I practice my cartwheels for YouTube. As hard as I tried to film, edit, buy, review, travel and photo, a new project with over-ambitious people reared the head of un-fun work and most of October was late nights and work trips. I am not complaining but I think we have all been there if this is the medium for recreation.
Now that my sad sack story is done, I am ready for two months of festive fun. And there will be fun! Expect the first ghost..er..video by midnight tonight. I have found a grocery store near me that goes shit-house mad with awesome Christmas party fun foods to review plus libations to cause embarrassment during the company holiday party. I have a bar to post these great eggnog drink concoctions now.