Top tags for today
en
CREATE A POST
Publish something
Write a post
Add image or video

Imagination

4 months ago
imagination

this is what my dad is imagination

Comment
Share
Copy link
Linkedin
Messenger
Whatsapp
Pinterest
Vkontakte
Telegram
Cancel
how-was-christmas-2021-with-your-pets-top-100-funny-and-cute-pictures

Christmas is coming! Family meals, carols, Christmas tree decorations and other activities specific to this period make us say that the magic of this holiday is unique.


But do our pets enjoy the coming of Christmas as much as we do? We want to believe that yes. That is why we consider that the furs of the house are also waiting for the coming of Christmas. But Bemorepanda will also give you some tips on how to spend Christmas safely.


1.Looking at Christmas lights


2.Ruining the Christmas Light


3.Sparkling eyes


The snow.

In winter, most of the time, we are delighted with the white snow that spreads everywhere. Most cats do not enjoy the first snowflakes, but dogs can't wait to roll through it. A walk through the snow-covered park will surely charge you with energy and good cheer.


Gifts.

Who doesn't love gifts? Surely your pet will be happy to receive a new collar, a new toy or, why not, a coat. At shop you will find toys, accessories and clothes in the theme of winter holidays to enjoy a magical Christmas with them.


Gift boxes.

The greatest pleasure of cats during this period is certainly the empty gift boxes. So, while you enjoy the gifts you receive, the cats will enjoy the boxes they came in. We say it's a win-win situation.


Time spent together.

This period is also adored by the quadrupeds of the house and due to the attention we pay. As winter activities in the garden and household are less and less, we have more free time to play with pets. In this way you will contribute to their well-being for a long time.


4.Moo Christmas


5.When you love heights


6.Work is done


Everyone's favorite holiday New Year can be overshadowed by problems with our pets. We are happy about the holiday, and all this can cause stress, malaise and even worse for pets. We suggest that you be very attentive to the advice of veterinarians and ensure your pets are completely safe.


One of the most exciting topics for many of us is fireworks. Dog owners know firsthand what a difficult time comes during the New Year holidays. For some reason, cats are attracted to the Christmas tree, like a magnet, and birds hunt for homemade food. Most serious health problems for pets can be avoided by considering 6 important things and thinking not only about your holiday mood, but also about those we have tamed.


7.Christmas gift


8.Christmas friends


9.Christmas snake


10.Lovely combination


Cats happily eat tinsel and rain from foil - this can be deadly, surgery is often necessary to remove the foreign body to avoid intestinal injury. Cats also show interest in artificial spruce needles. Most often, such problems occur in long-haired and semi-long-haired cats during molting. Since the cat's tongue is equipped with keratinized papillae, which capture dead hairs. A hairball forms in the cat's stomach - a phytobezoar, from which the cat seeks to get rid of. To rid the cat of it, it is necessary to give a special food for removing hairballs, malt paste or sprouted oats. Then the cat will not try to eat inedible items. Indoor plants will also remain safe. But it’s better not to use tinsel to decorate the tree.


Dogs and cats often take an interest in electric garlands. It is recommended to hang them higher and turn them off when leaving the room. Be aware that dogs are very susceptible to electrical shock. Cats are also not indifferent to low-current wires.


11.Ho Ho Ho


12.Murphy


Glass breakable toys are dangerous for animals. Debris from them can bite into the paw and cause severe bleeding. In addition, a piece of glass may be swallowed by your pet, causing intestinal trauma.


And, finally, do not forget that the tree must be properly secured - if it falls, it can injure the animal. You can additionally spray the tree with a spray to scare cats away from indoor plants. Be aware that spruce needles can dig into the delicate pads of cats and dogs, which can cause pododermatitis. If your animals are young and playful, then you can limit yourself to a bouquet of spruce branches or a small designer Christmas tree. Clean the surfaces of the fallen needles every day.


13.Christmas card


14.Favourite Santa toy


15.Ready for Santa


Many dogs are very afraid of New Year's fireworks, volleys of firecrackers and rumbles. It is necessary to accustom the animal to the clapping of firecrackers in advance. For example, you can turn on the dog to record the holiday fireworks at first quietly and then louder. You can give your dog an anti-stress complex based on medicinal plants and vitamins, about which it is better to consult your veterinarian. Keep in mind that these medications must be started two weeks before the New Year. Remember that your dog can get hurt if he grabs the firecracker.


Do not take your pet for a walk on New Year's Eve, take a walk in the evening and early in the morning. Keep your dog on the leash. Replace the collar with a harness to prevent the pet from twisting out of it. Attach a tag to the collar. Remember that a large number of dogs are injured and killed under the wheels of cars, frightened by explosions of firecrackers. If the dog is panicky afraid of fireworks, then you can celebrate the New Year at the dacha.


16.Protection


17.Sexy kitty


18.Where’s the cat?


Do not give anything to animals from the table. This leads to indigestion, poisoning and serious diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. In addition, food allergies can occur in the animal. Dishes prepared with the addition of salt, sugar, spices and preservatives are categorically contraindicated for pets. If you have birds in your house, let's fly indoors where the table is not set.


Feed the animals their normal food, be sure to provide them with enough drinking water and close them in the next room. You can prepare a special holiday treat for them. But do not forget to replenish pet food stocks before the New Year, because the workers of pet shops also rest on the New Year, and supplies may be interrupted due to the New Year holidays.


19.Relaxing


20.Merry Christmas


21.Tree lover


Never give alcoholic beverages to animals. And do not go out for a walk with the dog intoxicated. Just in case, be sure to attach an address tag to the dog's collar and do not let go of the leash. Try to stay away from drunken companies, because the dog can show aggression. It is better to put on a muzzle on a large dog for your own peace of mind and in order to avoid conflict situations. Do not let small children go for a walk with the dog.


Unfortunately, sometimes the owners, in a state of alcoholic intoxication, forget their pets on the street, which leads to frostbite of the paws in quadrupeds and colds. If you are going to celebrate, it is best to leave your pet at home. Maybe for relatives who prefer a quiet home celebration.


22.Lovely nose


23.Bamboleilo


24.So angry


25.Christmas tree?


26.Baby cat


27.Star cat


28.Rabbit gift


29.Lovely present


30.Oh good


31.Peanut butter


32.All is not calm


33.So gorgeous


34.Playground


35.Fight, fight


36.First Christmas


37.Relaxing


38.Jesus


39.Can’t wait for Christmas


40.Lovely kitty


41.So funny


42.So cute


43.Stuck in Christmas tree


44.So funny


45.Wow, Christmas lights


46.Oh,hi


47.Mission failed


48.Cats and Christmas


49.So angry


50.Cute face


51.Shout out


52.Tasty tree


53.Lamma Christmas


54.So funny


55.Christmas present


56.Christmas mood


57.Xmas


58.White Christmas


59.Every year same story


60.I will get it anyway


61.So lovely


62.Dogs and Christmas tree


63.Christmas toy


64.Putting Christmas lights on


65.Such a cute buddy


66.Black kitty


67.Santa girl


68.Going well


69.So lovely


70.Waiting for Santa


71.La la la hop


72.Christmas presents


73.So cute


74.Lovely girls


75.Pack me


76.Christmas tree ooohh 


77.A new Christmas toy is here


78.Model for Christmas


79.Awesome


80.What is that?


81.Waiting for the mood


82.Where is Santa?


83.My candle


84.Cat owners of Twitter


85.Who’s there?


86.My gift!


87.I am a Christmas toy


88.This cute face


89.Who did this?


90.The magic is here


91.Inlove with the Christmas tree


92.Not me!


93.Invisible


94.Ready for Christmas


95.Ho Ho Ho


96.Crazy mood


97.So cute


98.So happy


99.Christmas decor today


100.Sneaky



+1
Comment
Share
Copy link
Linkedin
Messenger
Whatsapp
Pinterest
Vkontakte
Telegram
Cancel
100-christmas-cartoons-to-watch-with-the-family-during-the-winter-holidays

Christmas cartoons have their charm. Many of them are educational, many are about what the spirit of Christmas really means, about magic, about kindness, about the joy of receiving and giving.


Christmas and cartoons are two of the little ones' favorite things. What if you could put them together? Here is a list of the best movies to watch with the whole family.


The Christmas holidays, as we know, are one of the best times to spend time with the little ones in the family amidst laughter, jokes, games, caresses and, why not, the vision of a cute cartoon to share, in the heat, on sofa Home.


As tradition dictates, even for the Christmas holidays of 2021, the programs of the most famous digital terrestrial channels, but also platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime offer programming for children, a rich calendar that offers cartoons and movies. Disney masterpieces and Christmas-themed movies will be on air.


So, let's see the programming dedicated to the little ones, and who knows, even to some passionate adults.


1.The Polar Express

On Christmas Eve, a young boy embarks on a magical adventure to the North Pole on the Polar Express, while learning about friendship, bravery, and the spirit of Christmas.


2.How The Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)

Angered by how the last two adaptations of "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" have been handled, The Obsessed Movie Man (OMM) becomes Grinch-Like himself, with the only possible cure being to remind others of the original and superior Grinch film from 1966.


3.Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)

A misfit reindeer and his friends look for a place that will accept them.


4.Klaus

Klaus is one of the very few hand-drawn animations on our list. But, if you'd ask us, it makes it all the more special! The movie tells us the story of Klaus becoming Santa, and although it strays from the usual story of origin, it's nonetheless beautiful.


5.A Charlie Brown Christmas

It's bound to be a white Christmas with this classic! From creator Charles M. Shultz and producer Bill Melendez, it's A Charlie Brown Christmas. Not only does this timeless special have the distinction of warming hearts young and old, but it has won both an Emmy and a Peabody Award. Whether you are seeing this holiday masterpiece for the first time or the first time in years, you have doubtless heard of that ol' blockhead Charlie Brown and the little tree that could. 


6.A Christmas Carol (2009)

When three ghosts take penny-pinching Scrooge on an eye-opening journey, he discovers the true meaning of Christmas -- but he must act on it before it's too late.


7.Frozen

Princess Anna, Mountain Man Kristoff and Olaf the Snowman set out to save Princess Elsa and the magical land of Arendelle in this blockbuster musical treat. Oscar winner for Best Animated Feature.


8.Arthur Christmas

Santa's youngest son Arthur embarks on a magical adventure to deliver the final gift to a child to save Christmas.


9.The Nightmare Before Christmas

Bored with the same old scare-and-scream routine, Pumpkin King Jack Skellington longs to spread the joy of Christmas. But his merry mission puts Santa in jeopardy and creates a nightmare for good little boys and girls everywhere!


10.A Garfield Christmas

Jon goes home to the farm for the holidays. While Odie works on a mystery gift, Garfield plans to surprise Grandma.


11.Frosty The Snowman (1969)

Do you remember when the children made a snowman in the schoolyard on Christmas Eve and named him Frosty?


12.The Year Without A Santa Claus

At the North Pole, the Christmas rush is on. Everyone from elves to reindeer are merrily preparing for Santa Claus's yearly sleigh ride.


13.Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)

The Grinch tells the story of a cynical grump who goes on a mission to steal Christmas, only to have his heart changed by a young girl's generous holiday spirit.


14.The Snowy Day (2016)

 Based on the award-winning book by Ezra Jack Keats. Peter goes on a magical, snowy walk to his Nana's house to bring home their Christmas Eve dinner.


15. Curious George: A Very Monkey Christmas

George and The Man In The Yellow Hat are having a merry time counting down to Christmas. But neither can decide what to give each other. Will they find the answers before Christmas morning?


16.All I Want For Christmas Is You

Based on her iconic Christmas song, this all-new movie features Mariah Carey's music and narration in a loving story about little Mariah's Christmas wish for a puppy.


17. Santa’s Apprentice

 Santa doesn't want to retire, but rules are rules and he must train someone to replace him. The lucky winner, to be chosen from among millions of children, must be named Nicholas, be an orphan and have a pure heart.


18.Olaf’s Frozen Adventure

 Join Olaf for some warm hugs and holiday cheer as he presents Disney’s all-new featurette Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, with 4 great new songs—plus a collection of 6 Disney tales.


19.If You Give A Mouse A Christmas Cookie

If it’s holiday time in Mouse’s house then, that means Christmas cookies (including a special one for Santa, of course), caroling…and one nearly-destroyed holiday pageant. Can Mouse and his animal friends save the show, without getting utterly distracted along the way? It’s a wild ride as Mouse and his friends embody the friendship and caring at the heart of the holiday season.


20. Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmas

Mickey & the gang gather in 3 heartwarming stories of Christmas past.


21.‘Twas The Night Before Christmas

Give your family a holiday to remember with 'twas The Night Before Christmas and The First Christmas Story: The Story of the First Christmas Snow.


22.Olive, The Other Reindeer

Olive, The Other Reindeer is a 1999 Christmas comedy musical inspired by a children's book written by J. Otto Seibold. This 2-D animation was produced by the same Matt Groening's company, who's responsible for giving us The Simpsons.


23.Trolls Holiday

Trolls Holiday is a Christmas special that first aired in 2017. Here, we get to meet the Trolls cast once again; this time, their mission is to find a meaningful celebration they can all enjoy. 


24.Shrek The Halls

The loveable green ogre and star of one of the most successful film franchise of all time now comes to the smaller screen in his first-ever holiday special for the ABC Television Network! Just when Shrek thought he could finally sit back, relax and enjoy his happily ever after with his new family, the most joyous of all holidays.


25.Little Spirit: Christmas In New York

 A friendly New York cabbie (Danny DeVito) tells two unhappy young sisters a magical story of a boy named Leo who moved to Manhattan with his family and accidentally loses his dog, Ramona, in Central Park. He is devastated until a magical creature named Little Spirit appears and an extraordinary adventure begins. But is there a connection between the cabbie and Little Spirit?


26.Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year

Ring in the season with Winnie The Pooh in a holiday adventure.


27.The Snowman (1982)

Based on Raymond Briggs' book, The Snowman is a family classic for generations to enjoy.


28.Arthur’s Perfect Christmas

Everyone's favorite aardvark gives kids a new spin on seasonal traditions in his first one-hour prime time special, showing children many ways to celebrate "the holidays." [Holiday]


29.Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer

 Based on the hit song that became a worldwide holiday phenomenon, GRANDMA GOT RUN OVER BY A REINDEER is a wild and wacky episode the will knock you off your feet.


30.An Elf’s Story

 An Elf's Story is the inspirational tale of Chippy, a Scout Elf who is assigned by Santa to restore Taylor's belief in Christmas magic. When the boy breaks the number one Elf on the Shelf rule, and Chippy loses his Christmas magic, only a changeof heart can set things right.


31.Mickey's Christmas Carol

Enjoy a Disney Christmas classic and five more holiday-themed shorts.


32. Prep & Landing

ABC's first television special produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios. The half hour holiday special reveals the never before told tale of an elite unit of Elves.


33.Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice

 Santa's stealthiest elves are enlisted by Mrs. Claus to retrieve a mysterious item hidden the office of Santa Claus. Can the duo acquire the target in time, or will they be discovered by the big guy and doomed to placement on the naughty list?


34.Rise Of The Guardians

An epic adventure of a group of heroes with extraordinary abilities. When an evil spirit, Pitch, tries to take over the world, the immortal Guardians must join forces to protect the hopes, beliefs and the imagination of children all over.


35.Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol

Mr. Magoo stars as Ebenezer Scrooge, a miserly businessman who learns the error of his greedy ways on a magical and musical journey.


36.Rudolph's Shiny New Year

Baby New Year has run away from Father Time and Santa has sent Rudolph after him. The future of Christmas is riding on Rudolph's success.


37.Prep & Landing: Operation Secret Santa

Santa's stealthiest elves are enlisted by Mrs. Claus to retrieve a mysterious item hidden the office of Santa Claus. Can the duo acquire the target in time, or will they be discovered by the big guy and doomed to placement on the naughty list?


38.Pluto's Christmas Tree

Mickey & the gang gather in 3 heartwarming stories of Christmas past.


39.Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House Of Mouse

Starring Mickey Mouse and 35 of the world's most beloved characters, this one-of-a-kind adventure joyously captures the spirit of Christmas and is sure to delight the entire family.


40.Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas

Mickey and friends tell the importance of sharing & appreciation.


41.The Madagascar Christmas

It's GO time with Season 1 of The Penguins of Madagascar! 


42.Tom And Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale

Based on an original idea by creator, Joe Barbera, Tom and Jerry find themselves in a fantastic wonderland brought to life by holiday magic and set to the music of Tchaikovsky's.


43.An All Dogs Christmas Carol

It's shaping up to be a wonderful Christmas for all the precious pooches at the Flea Bite Cafe. There's shining packages, sparkling decorations, and even a hefty donation fund for Timmy, a lovable pup who's in need of an operation. Carface doesn't like Christmas. In fact, he hates it. And together with his bad dog buddies, he's come up with a plan to ruin it -- for everybody! But that's when Charlie and Itchy step in and -- with a little divine intervention -- devise a brilliant plan of their own to save Christmas and transform Carface from a holiday humbug to a bonafide Yuletide hero!


44.Jack Frost (1979)

The Groundhog tells the story of how, for once, Jack Frost became human, and helped a knight win his lady love.


45.Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town

Celebrate the season with the story of Kris Kringle in the original holiday special, Santa Claus is Comin' To Town!


46.The Little Drummer Boy (1968)

The timeless story of a penniless orphan whose only gift to give the baby Jesus is a song on his drum.


47. Eight Crazy Nights

Once a happy boy and now the town delinquent, Davey (voiced by Sandler) is given one last chance toredeem himself with the community and discover the true meaning of the holiday season.


48.The Story Of Santa Claus

This heartwarming Christmas special revolves around a gentle toymaker whose only wish is to deliver a toy to every child on Christmas. The Voices of Edward Asner, Betty White and Tim Curry are featured.


49.It’s A Spongebob Christmas

At Christmastime in Bikini Bottom, everyone's excited except Plankton, who always gets a lump of coal from Santa. But he vows this year he'll finally get his wish - the Krabby Patty formula! He's gonna make everyone in Bikini Bottom bad!


50.A Pinky & The Brain Christmas

Two lab mice, living in the Acme labs seek to formulate a plan for the duo, led by Brain, to take over the world. Watch each episode as Pinky and the Brain take on each attempt with a dry wit and humor and likely a parody of other media.


51. Smallfoot

A Yeti is convinced that the elusive creatures known as "humans" really do exist.


52. The Nutcracker Prince

Seven-year-old Marie receives a very special gift, a mysterious Nutcracker, from her beloved Godfather Drosselmeier. When the house falls dark and silent, Marie discovers that this is no ordinary Nutcracker, but Godfather Drosselmeier's nephew.


53. Barbie In 'A Christmas Carol'

Barbie stars in her first holiday movie in this heart-warming adaptation of the classic Dickens story filled with cherished Christmas carols, fabulous fashions and lots of laughs!


54.It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown

The Peanuts gang prepares for the holidays in their own unique ways.


55.Winnie The Pooh & Christmas Too

Ring in the season with Winnie The Pooh in a holiday adventure.


56.Winnie The Pooh: Seasons Of Giving

Ring in the season with Winnie The Pooh: Seasons of Giving - the cherished, full-length adventure that celebrates friendship, family and the true meaning of the holidays.


57.He-Man And She-Ra: A Christmas Special

During a trip to Earth, Orko learns about the origins of Christmas and brings its traditions back with him to Eternia.


58. Animaniacs: Wakko's Wish

Includes 15 original songs, created just for the movie! It's musical, magical mayhem as the Animaniacs race to the wishing star to try and make all their dreams come true.


59. The Forgotten Toys

T'was the night before Christmas and all the presents in the house have mysteriously disappeared from beneath the tree, it seems they fell into a trap set by toys from Christmas past. The old toys reflect on the fact that once Christmas is past, they're forgotten and they want to protect the new toys from being hurt and forgotten as they were.


60.The Legend Of Frosty The Snowman (2005)

The friendly snowman visits town of Evergreen.


61.The Life & Adventures Of Santa Claus (2000)

In this heart-warming Christmas tale, the real Santa Claus tumbles out of his sleigh and develops amnesia. He soon comes across a jaded TV reporter who is his only hope for getting his memory back in time to save the holiday.


62.Frosty Returns

John Goodman stars as the voice of Frosty in this delightful sequel. A power hungry tycoon invents ‘Summer Wheeze’, a spray can which instantly removes snow.


63.Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie (1998)

Have a holly jolly Christmas with the most famous reindeer of all in the original holiday special, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer!


64.Yogi's First Christmas

Yogi and Boo Boo usually snooze right through Christmas. (Hibernation, you know.) But this year, happy holiday music rouses them from their sleep and right into the fun.


65.A Flintstones Christmas Carol (1994)

When Fred Flintstone stars as Ebenezer Scrooge, his ego swells to the size of a Tyrannosaurus, and he starts to become like embittered old miser he is to portray.


66. Frosty's Winter Wonderland

Frosty, has lots of young friends, but he's still lonely. The children build him a wife named Crystal, but jealous, cold-hearted Jack Frost plots to keep Frosty and Crystal apart.


67.Casper's First Christmas


68. Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas

In a hilarious take on Charles Dickens' holiday favorite A Christmas Carol, Daffy Duck, the Scrooge-like proprietor of the Lucky Duck megamart.


69.Pinocchio's Christmas


Pinocchio has his first Christmas.

70.A Flintstone Christmas (1977)

Pinocchio has his first Christmas.


71.The Stingiest Man In Town (1978)

Ghosts of Past, Present and Future appear taking Scrooge on a journey into the spirit of Christmas. This is the Original version of the Christmas Carol movie ever from 1935 and often thought to be the best!. Now in Color!


72.Nestor The Long-Eared Christmas Donkey

Give your family a holiday to remember with The First Christmas: The Story of the First Christmas Snow, Nestor the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey and The Stingiest Man in Town!


73.The Life And Adventures Of Santa Claus (1985)

Santa deserves to be made immortal.


74.The First Christmas: The Story Of The First Christmas Snow

Give your family a holiday to remember with The First Christmas: The Story of the First Christmas Snow, Nestor the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey and The Stingiest Man in Town!


75.The Little Drummer Boy (2001)

A collection of vintage Christmas cartoons for the whole family.


76.Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer

Elliot, a small but determined miniature horse, travels to the North Pole to compete for a spot alongside the famous reindeer that pull Santa's sleigh. Against all odds, Elliot and his friend Hazel the goat set out to prove that no dream is too big.


77.The Star

Bo, a brave donkey, and all his new hilarious animal friends go on the adventure of their dreams filled with lots of laughter.


78.The Small One

A young boy discovers the true spirit of the Christmas season.


79.The Cat In The Hat Knows A Lot About Christmas

'Twas the day before Christmas and all through the yard, the Cat in the Hat and his guests partied hard.


80.Beauty And The Beast: The Enchanted Christmas

Inspired by Disney's classic Beauty And The Beast.


81.Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (1948)

Have a holly jolly Christmas with the most famous reindeer of all in the original holiday special, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer! After being told he could not play in any Reindeer Games due to his glowing nose, Rudolph sets out on a fantastic journey where he meets Hermey the elf, prospector Yukon Cornelius and a host of Misfit Toys, all while trying to hide from the Abominable Snow Monster. 


82.Kung Fu Panda Holiday

As the Dragon Master, Po has endured his fair share of epic challenges but nothing could prepare him for his greatest one yet—as a Kung Fu teacher to a group of rambunctious kids from Panda Village who have been imbued with a mysterious and powerful chi energy. Together they embark on amazing adventures, battle ferocious villains, and become legends!


83.Robin Robin

The Disney animated classic tale of England's legendary hero.


84.Shaun The Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the meadow...The world's favourite award-winning sheep, Shaun, is back with another series of hilarious farmyard antics. Having taken the world by storm with the sensational slapstick comedy of his first season, Shaun and his frolicsome flock return, along with the Farmer and the long-suffering sheepdog Bitzer, in another forty fantastically funny episodes.


85.Trash Truck Christmas

Blippi embarks on an amazing holiday scavenger hunt adventure to three winter-themed locations to discover who his Secret Snowflake present is from! This first ever Blippi Holiday Special combines the curiosity and fun of Blippi field trips that kids and their caregivers know and love with a brand-new festive flair.


86.Spirit Riding Free: Spirit Of Christmas

Join Spirit, a wild young mustang, on an action-packed quest against impossible odds. In his courageous and thrilling journey across the American frontier, Spirit forms a remarkable friendship with a Lakota brave, outwits a relentless group of soldiers, and falls for a beautiful mare named Rain. Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is a spectacular tale about discovering the true hero inside of you.


87.How To Train Your Dragon: Homecoming

When Hiccup and Toothless begin sharing stories of their special relationship with their respective families as they prepare for the Snoggletog Festival, it quickly becomes clear that the new generation of Vikings don’t remember the bond between dragon and human.


88. Scooby Doo! Haunted Holidays

When an evil snowman comes to life and tries to shut down a toy store, the Scooby gang investigate.


89.Angela's Christmas

Based on the children's book "Angela and the Baby Jesus" by Frank McCourt (Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Angela's Ashes"), comes a funny, heart-warming, and poignant story from the Oscar nominated studio Brown Bag Films about the power of family and the innocent desire of a child to ensure everyone is safe, warm, and loved at Christmas time.


90.Santa's Apprentice

Santa doesn't want to retire, but rules are rules and he must train someone to replace him. The lucky winner, to be chosen from among millions of children, must be named Nicholas, be an orphan and have a pure heart.


91.How The Toys Saved Christmas

Every Christmas Eve, Granny Rose (voice of Mary Tyler Moore) helps Santa deliver toys to little girls and boys. except this year, Granny Rose is sick and has asked Mr. Grimm (voice of Tony Randall) to take over this most important job.


92.Santa’s Workshop

Five children from around the world follow Santa home on Christmas Eve, and decide to give him some extra help around the workshop.


93.Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight!

The nefarious Loki and frost giant, Ymir, are on a quest to steal Santa's powers. Can the Avengers find and protect jolly Mr. Claus before Christmas is ruined forever? Find out in this exciting holiday adventure!


94.The Berenstain Bears’ Christmas Tree

Join the Berenstain Bears in this interactive book app as Papa Bear and the cubs look for the perfect Christmas tree! Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and follow along with three fun ways to read! When Papa, Brother, and Sister Bear realize that the trees are perfect homes for the fellow Bear Country animals, will they show them kindness by not cutting a tree down?


95.A Chipmunk Christmas

Swept up in a holiday mood, Alvin and the Chipmunks singing their own comical versions of holiday favorites like "Jingle Bells," "Deck the Halls" and their famous "Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)"! This heartwarming story, brimming with joyful music, makes "A Chipmunk Christmas" a great way to celebrate the holidays... any day!


96.A Storybots Christmas

Super Wings follows the adventures of an adorable jet plane named Jett who travels around the world delivering packages to children.


97.Alien Xmas

Chris Quantum is your typical Middle School student -- except if you take into account one of his best friends is a robot named Gizmo. Add his best friend Joy Pepper into the mix and you have a recipe for adventure. The adventures begin for this trio when a mysterious device appears and takes them on journeys throughout the Bible. Travel back in time and get ready for the journey of a lifetime!


98.A Muppet Family Christmas

Join Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Miss Piggy and the entire Muppet gang in a heartwarming holiday classic that will bring joy to the world every Christmas season!


99.Father Christmas And The Missing Reindeer

During a weekend trip to the mountains, Mary finds herself at the now run-down lodge where she spent the holidays with her family growing up. She becomes determined to restore the building to its former glory. Inspired by her grandfather and guided by her grandmother in heaven, Mary throws herself into the project.


100. Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas

When Sid accidentally ruins one of Manny's Christmas traditions, he's told that he will now be on Santa's naughty list. To plead his case directly to Santa Claus himself, Sid heads to the North Pole with Crash, Eddie and Peaches in tow.



+2
Comment
Share
Copy link
Linkedin
Messenger
Whatsapp
Pinterest
Vkontakte
Telegram
Cancel
top-80-the-funniest-and-hohoho-santa-claus-memes-in-2022

What matters is not who Santa Claus is, what matters is what He brings and we are not referring to the material part. Besides gifts, it brings love, joy and happiness and at least for one day you see everyone white, even if there is no snow outside. December 25th preserves the magic of childhood.


Santa Claus is without a doubt the most famous character related to the winter holidays! We at Bemorepanda collected some funny memes.


1.About Santa Claus


2.4 stages of life


3.Santa loves rich kids


Santa Claus appeared in the 19th century, in the form we all know him. Legend has it that without her husband's consent, Santa received the Virgin Mary as his host, offering him shelter in the stable to give birth to Jesus. Upon learning this, Christmas became angry and cut off his wife's hands.


4.Dear Santa..


5.Adults that believe everything they read on Facebook


6.Cool presents to rich kids


7.Santa is real, he delivers me gifts


Legend has it that the Mother of God glued them together. The miracle converted Christmas to Christianity. Glad that his wife escaped unscathed from his reckless punishment, Christmas lights a fire from fir trunks in the yard and plays a chorus with all his servants. After the game, Christmas distributes pastoral gifts to the Holy Family: milk, cottage cheese, urda, sour cream. Hence the transfiguration of Santa Claus into a saint, who brings gifts to children on the day of Jesus' birth, a custom that overlaps with the memory of the gifts that, according to the evangelical legend, the Magi brought to the stable of the new Messiah. The songs of joy of the servants of Christmas have been transformed into carols, Christmas carols.


8.Dear Santa, all I want is..


9.The Elf was delicious


10.Writing to Santa..


Key characters, Santa's elves and reindeer are important characters in Christmas legends. The elves are six in number and each has its own mission. Shinny Upatree is Santa's oldest friend and co-founder of the secret village of Lapland, which is guarded by Pepper Minstix. Alabaster Snowball is the administrator of the List of the Good and the Immaculate, and Sugarplum Mary is the helper of Santa's wife. It is said that Santa Claus spends his year in Lapland with his disciples, and as Christmas approaches he takes his presents for those who were good during the year and sets off with his magic sleigh all over the world. Wunorse Openslae built Santa's sleigh and maintained it for amazing performance.


11.Work is calling


12.Good present


13.Please Stop


Santa's sleigh is pulled by 9 nazdravani reindeer that can fly: Rudolf, Vixen, Blitzen, Comet, Cupid, Dancer, Dasher, Donder and Prancer. They were baptized by the American poet and theology professor Clement Clark Moore. Reindeer are said to reach speeds faster than the lights of a Christmas tree. The best known of Santa's reindeer is Rudolph. He leads the other reindeer, whose names are Blitzen, Comet, Cupid, Dancer, Dasher, Donder, Prancer and Vixen.


And here we are on Christmas Eve. Tonight we decorate the Christmas tree with colorful globes and tinsel and look forward to Santa Claus loaded with gifts. We are with our loved ones, around a hearty meal, in an enchanting atmosphere, full of joy. Christmas is a magical time and although no one explains its magic, each of us feels it and embraces it warmly every year.


14.Bad Santa


15.How Santa is flying?


16.Waiting for Santa on Christmas Eve


17.Wife and Santa


18.Sad reality


19.Santa ain’t real


20.Secret Santa


21.Christmas drinking game


22.I all want for Christmas


23.Catch Santa


24.Christmas gifts


25.Believe in yourself


26.Dog loves Santa


27.It’s science, not Santa Claus


28.Christmas Eve


29.Hello Santa


30.Santa loves pizza


31.Don’t ask


32.Santa gets his Pilot license

33.Bring me ammo


34.Make Cola with cocaine again


35.The mall Santa


36.Santa be like


37.Santa - the watcher


38.Cow bell


39.Get it off me


40.Is this serious?


41.Santa Claws


42.Not to believe in Santa


43.Militarized Santa


44.Good or Naughty Santa?


45.Kindness matter


46.Waiting for Santa


47.Sketchy Santa


48.Save money at Christmas


49.I will pay good money


50.Delivering presents in Colorado


51.Doesn’t exist


52.Elves make all the gifts


53.Skips the jews


54.He sees you


55.Ho Ho Ho


56.Bad or Good


57.Facebook statuses


58.List I must make


59.Santa be like


60.NASA employee


61.Someone’s cookie


62.Takes credit


63.These mexicans


64.Finally closed


65.Mr. Claus


66.Got snacks


67.I’m off duty


68.Works 1 day a year


69.You are not leaving


70.Economy is bad


71.Santa got my gifts


72.Big fat account


73.Cats and Christmas


74.Christmas gift opening


75.Christmas music


76.Add dinosaur


77.Not ending well


78.Waiting for someone to open the gift


79.Big beard


80.Rock around the Christmas tree




+3
Comment
Share
Copy link
Linkedin
Messenger
Whatsapp
Pinterest
Vkontakte
Telegram
Cancel
history-traditions-and-christmas-habits-that-will-bring-the-spirit-of-winter-holidays-in-the-house

The charm of Christmas seems to have been born in the village. Here Christmas has kept its old magic and the memory of the holidays of yesteryear. The elders take into account the superstitions and customs that turn Christmas into a celebration of joy. Christmas is greeted in different corners of the world with extremely diverse traditional dishes, from pork, fish or goose to shellfish, and from chocolate cakes to those with rose petals.


The appearance of Santa Claus



Santa Claus, a white-haired old man, dressed in a red coat, with a long white beard, with a gift bag on his back or standing in a sleigh pulled by reindeer, is a very late image, imagined by Thomas Nast, an American cartoonist . The image has as a starting point St. Nicholas, making the Dutch and English settlers who left for America in the seventeenth century guilty. So, nothing from the Romanian tradition in the current image of Santa Claus, but, after 1960, this image was imposed all over the world, so we take it as such. 


Christmas introduced people to a unique atmosphere, specific to both the end and the beginning, both sadness and especially joy. The way in which Santa Claus manages to bring gifts to all the children in the world in one night has come to concern the scientists, who have so far tried to prove that this is possible. And finally, they succeeded! Larry Silverberg, an American professor of mechanical and space engineering, is the first to prove that this road of hundreds of thousands of kilometers is perfectly possible. Larry Silverberg claims that in order to succeed in this journey, Santa Claus uses electromagnetic waves, but also computer science. Santa's sleeve aces include nanotechnology and genetic engineering. In order to find out what each child wants, Santa Claus has at his disposal an antenna in which the technology used in mobile telephony and EKG is integrated. 



A very sophisticated system of filters allows Santa to find out where each child lives and what he wants and even how each child has behaved throughout the year. Once received, the data is processed by the high-performance sled navigation system, said Professor Larry Silverberg. However, how can Santa reach millions of homes in one night? -Using the spatio-temporal content-, the specialists answer.


Santa Claus knows that time can be stretched like a piece of rubber and that space can change. All this knowledge allows him to distribute gifts in an instant, explains the American scientist. Moreover, it seems that Santa Claus does not have a sleigh full of presents: when he enters a house, Santa uses his toy maker, so that they are made on the spot, atom by atom. In addition, Santa's reindeer are of a flying breed. Children should not give too much importance to those who say that Santa Claus cannot distribute all the gifts in one night. It is possible, moreover, that when I say this, I am relying on modern science, Silverberg said.


The origin of the name Christmas is uncertain



Christmas is one of the most anticipated holidays. In the six-week fast that precedes it, people are making numerous preparations, trying to properly welcome a celebration of such importance. There are several opinions about the popular name of the holiday, whether it comes from the Latin -creatio- - birth, or from the Slav -Karacun- - sudden death or spirit of death, or from the Albanian -Kercum- - stump. Specialists, given the main role played by the sacred stump, lit ritually on Christmas night to help the weakened Sun, lean towards a Thracian-Dacian origin of the holiday, this opinion is very close to the third variant mentioned by us. Obviously, accepting this origin, we must also accept the fact that the Christmas holiday has preserved a lot of pre-Christian elements, elements that had their full explanation in a mythical-magical way. It was not until 354 that Pope Liberius made December 25 official as the day of Jesus' birth, and in the East this happened in 379.


What to do on Christmas days



Many practices on the eve have as their main concern the cattle in the threshing floor, feeding them saturated food, as only on this night - Christ was born in the manger. Of all the dishes prepared, the housewife used to put a little in a bowl, with this full one surrounding the house three times; then the contents were given to the cattle, hoping that by doing so the cattle would be fed and prospered. The water left over from washing the dishes was given to the cattle to drink, sometimes on the third day of Christmas the animals were sprayed. In order for the cows to bear fruit, it was good not to borrow anything from the house during all this time, the fire and the leavened dough having to be very well guarded and not borrowed at all. Towards evening, everyone in the house sits around the table, this table being very special, with both the living and the dead participating in it. In some countries, no one was allowed to get up from the table until all the food was finished, otherwise the abundance would run away from home. Sometimes the man was allowed to get up, and he used to lock all the doors during the meal so that nothing would be stolen from his household next year. The woman who gets up from the table risks not having her shells on her eggs, one of her legs having to be well kept on an ax, if she wanted to have strong chicks like iron.


Superstitions



Calendar and family life habits are a perennial component of our traditional culture. The most widespread and most lavish proved to be those related to Christmas and the celebration of the New Year. Here are some superstitions:

- in some countries, on Christmas Eve, a cake and a glass of water are placed on the table, because it is believed that the souls of the dead come to their homes tonight, taste the cake and wet their mouths with water;

- on Christmas Eve, beekeepers do not give anything from the house, so that the bees will do well and not leave the hive during the swarm;

- on Christmas Eve it is not good to fight, not even in jest, with someone, because you make jokes in a year;

- where it is customary to cut the pig on Christmas day, the housewives prepare a dish of lean pork with onion and bacon, from which are feasted the first of the foreigners who step on the doorstep of the house, this dish is called -pork alms -;

- in some villages it is said that the woman who does not put Christmas on the table with the ciucalai tablecloth, on the walls with rags (embroidered) and on the bed with pillows on the bed is cursed is cursed;

- one week before Christmas, the preparations for caroling begin, culminating in the two days before the holidays, when the dishes are prepared and the interiors of the houses are decorated: table with embroidered face, ornate pillowcases, on the walls ornate wipes and blades, fir branches, basil;

- the dough kneaded on Christmas night is good for cattle;

- it is believed that at midnight, towards Christmas, the water turns into wine, and the cattle talk;

- on the two big holidays - Christmas and Easter- wash yourself with water in which silver money has been put and you will be penniless;

- it is not good to put brandy on the table first on Christmas Eve, because it is not his priority tonight, but the dishes;

- if you dream of green wheat for Christmas, it is a good sign that next year will be good for everyone;

- on Christmas Eve, the trees are tied with straw, so that these trees will bear rich fruit;

- On Christmas Eve, the breads are greased on top with a heap of wheat flour, so that they do not crack, and with the remaining heap, the trees in the garden are greased, so that they are loaded with fruit in the summer;

- on Christmas day they don't sweep the house, but the next day, and after you sweep that, take that garbage to the trees, because it helps them to be fruitful;

- The Christmas tree dresses in villages from the area in different aspects, differing from the Christmas tree with ornamental elements bought from the city. The most widespread was the tree with circles made of willow or wire twigs, covered in colored paper, over them are passed strings of string on which are strung white beans. White beans symbolize -cleaning the soul-;

- in other villages a tree was made adorned with short-cut wheat straw and strung on a string, delimited by popcorn. Some residents preferred the mistletoe tree, on which colored paper ribbons were applied;

- on Christmas Eve, children are given to eat pumpkin, so that they can be healthy all year round;

- The Christmas rolls were made in the shape of 8 and kept until spring, when the oxen and the plow were smoked and incense before plowing, then the rolls were eaten by plowmen;

- in the evening of December 23 to 24, until after midnight, and in some places until noon, groups of children go from house to house with carols: Santa Claus, Good morning, Christmas carol or Good morning to Santa Claus ;

- In some parts, the boys, but especially the church singers, walk with the icon on Christmas Eve - an icon on which is painted the birth of Jesus Christ.


Habits, old and new



On Christmas night it was believed that the sky was open, about the one who heard the roosters singing in the sky saying that he was lucky with money and that he would be healthy. For the petitioners, the big girls put a bowl on the porch under the window on the eve of the Eve, hoping that they would see him when he came to eat. Before going to bed, he wore a robe that had been under the threshold when the priest came out of the house, which favored the bear's dream. The people of old used to be very careful not to put out the fire on Christmas night, for this purpose they put a log or a log in the hearth. 


The Christmas tree, coming from the same mythological chain, is not specific to the Romans, who took it, it seems, from the Germans, at the end of the 19th century. From the morning of Eve, the boys, usually in groups, started caroling. The traditional gifts consist mainly of rolls, also called carols, these Christmas rolls being attributed magical powers. Sometimes the nations would get rid of money or fruit. People always received carolers, because it was believed that when carols were no longer heard on earth, the devils would come out and take over the world, not receiving carolers was considered a great sin. In the water in which they washed before Christmas, people put a nut and a penny, believing that they would be as healthy as a nut and would be lucky with money. On Christmas days, parties were organized, known as -companies-, in which seven or eight couples participated, with food, drink, talking, singing and playing being the ingredients of good mood. It was passed from one householder to another and so on, until the next day, when the village resounded with songs. When people met on the roads, they used to greet each other with a formula that has disappeared today: -Christ was born! -


Traditions abroad



Christmas in Australia is as glorious as in any other part of the world, except it is not white. Usually during this period it is clear and warm, with temperatures between 25-38 degrees. In Australia, houses are decorated with lights and families decorate fir trees, usually borrowed from America, with many Australians opting for the artificial version. For Australians, mostly Catholics, Anglicans and Lutherans, Christmas Eve is an opportunity for religious gatherings. For Australians, Christmas is an opportunity to meet friends in the backyard, at a picnic, in the park, in the gardens or on the beach, with rich menus: seafood, glazed ham, cold chicken, duck or turkey, pasta, cakes with fruit or chocolate, ice cream.


In China, this holiday is celebrated only by Christians, who decorate houses with paper lanterns and decorate the Christmas tree, which they call -The Tree of Light-, with various paper objects, made by hand. Chinese children call Santa Claus, Dun Che Lao Ren. As most Chinese are not Christians, in this country, at the end of January, the real celebration begins, with the beginning of the Chinese New Year.


In Scotland, Christmas is not a real holiday. The Scots are reserved and keep their energy for New Year's Eve, Hogmanay. The word originates from the name of an oat cake once given to children on this day. As a former colony, Brazil has borrowed many end-of-year customs from this area. At Christmas, in shops, houses and churches, special places are arranged, called -presepium-, which show the place where Jesus was born. On the eve, Santa Claus arrives, full of presents, wearing a thin silk suit, suitable for the summer heat. The Christmas meal in Greece is rich in goodies, considering that for the Greeks a period of 40 days of fasting has ended. The housewives prepare a special bread, -christopsomo- (Christian bread). In Greece there is no custom of the Christmas tree. The symbol of this holiday is a wooden vessel in which are placed, in the water, twigs with bay leaves and a wooden cross.


In Iraq, on Christmas Eve, family members gather and one of the children reads about the birth of Jesus, while the others hold lighted candles in their hands, after which everyone sings, while setting fire to a thorn bush.



In Romania it is said that God left Christmas for man to be the village on this day. A specific custom for Estern Europe is for each family to slaughter a pig around the winter holidays, this event actually prefacing the approach of Christmas. This tradition passed down from generation to generation has its origins in the old archaic communities whose staple food, in the cold period of the year, was pork. Anyone who doesn't have a fat Christmas pig can't say they were happy that year. Always held on December 20, Ignat was and is associated with the pig. No pity should be witnessed in the slaughter of the pig, as there is a belief that the pig will die heavily, and the meat will no longer be good; it was even said that those who wailed the pig were angry with God! After the pig stopped moving, a cross was made in the shape of a cross, at the nape of the neck, salt was put over it, saying that only in this way the pig's soul would come out of its head.


Usually, the tail, the ears and the bladder were given to the children, the householders being especially interested in the spleen, this indicating to them, depending on the thickness, what the winter will be like; long-haired women had to eat this spleen! Finding blood clotted in the pig's heart makes the master very happy, which means good luck with money. If the pig was black, those who took part in the slaughter ate blood on their faces, hoping that they would be redder in the face and healthier all the following year. The same blood, collected in a bowl of corn, dry and ground, was good for smoking children with colds, lures, fear. Although Christianity associated the pig with intemperance and greed, for archaic communities this animal, especially through its blood, was one of the most important aids for revival.



+2
Comment
Share
Copy link
Linkedin
Messenger
Whatsapp
Pinterest
Vkontakte
Telegram
Cancel
You have reposted this topic!
You have canceled this repost!