Tweets About the Holiday Season That Made Us LOL
| LAST UPDATE 12/27/2021
It's the most wonderful time of the year... or is it? As the holidays continue to roll out, the Twitterverse has already got lots of mixed emotions. But why don't we let the tweets speak for themselves? Keep scrolling for some relatable laughs about the holiday season coming to an end.
For starters, feeling confused about the week between Christmas and New Year? Don't worry - you're not the only one. "We've entered that strange limbo time between Christmas and New Year where not much happens, and people don't know what day of the week it is anymore," as user @Chimpy20 hilariously noted. Which, well, can't argue with that one.
That week between Christmas & New Year where all you do is wear festive PJ's, eat lots of food, and await the inevitable 'New Year, new me' post that will soon flood your social feed... pic.twitter.com/3pdT5QVifn— aguulp (@aguulpfor) December 27, 2021
But perhaps the strangest part about this "limbo" period? Heading back to work. "Back to the office between Christmas and new year... very much feels like episode 1 of The Walking Dead," another user quipped. But for those of you lucky folks who can't relate, we've got a feeling you're also guilty of digging into those Christmas leftovers - just like our next user (below).
The best part of the weird week between Christmas and New Year is the berry compote made with all the left over fruit, and the extra pavlovas made to accompany it.— Whit GoughLam 🤯 (@megsymegs) December 27, 2021
Safe to say, the end of December calls for lots of confusion. Are we supposed to change out of our pajamas? Did we really think we were going to keep those plans we'd made weeks ago? How long is too long to hold onto those Christmas decorations? But if there's perhaps one thing we can all agree on?
The holiday season is the perfect time for some self-care (like these easy tips to stay fit), self-indulgence (including Jessie James-Decker's delish DIY cocktails), and, of course, quality time with the family. And with the new year right around the corner, we've got a feeling there's lots more where that came from. Until then, stay tuned.
And from our family to yours, happy holidays!