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26th Apr '17 4:51:16 PM JakesBrain
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-->''The night Santa went crazy\\
The night St. Nicholas flipped\\
Broke his back for some milk and cookies\\
Sounds to me like he was tired of getting gypped''
19th Mar '17 1:31:32 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'', the well-meaning citizens of Halloweentown volunteer their services at Christmastime, but since their idea of a fun holiday varies wildly from Santa and his helpers, the end result involves a skeletal impostor Santa, toys that frighten children, tentacled Christmas wreaths, and a giant, tree-eating snake.

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* In ''TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'', ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'', the well-meaning citizens of Halloweentown volunteer their services at Christmastime, but since their idea of a fun holiday varies wildly from Santa and his helpers, the end result involves a skeletal impostor Santa, toys that frighten children, tentacled Christmas wreaths, and a giant, tree-eating snake.
26th Feb '17 6:40:48 AM mrthischarmingman2
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* 2016: [[spoiler:The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! Among the events in the episode, Phil finally manages to get his liver transplant, saving him from dying from cirrhosis. But over the next week, Lee Carter comes close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and on New Year's Day Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drown in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]

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* 2016: [[spoiler:The The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! Among [[spoiler:Among the events in the episode, Phil finally manages to get his liver transplant, saving him from dying from cirrhosis. But over the next week, Lee Carter comes close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and on New Year's Day Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drown in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]
26th Feb '17 6:39:44 AM mrthischarmingman2
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* 2016: [[spoiler:The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! Among the events in the episode, Phil finally manages to get his liver transplant, saving him from dying from cirrhosis. But over the next week, Lee Carter came close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and on New Year's Day Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drowned in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]

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* 2016: [[spoiler:The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! Among the events in the episode, Phil finally manages to get his liver transplant, saving him from dying from cirrhosis. But over the next week, Lee Carter came comes close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and on New Year's Day Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drowned drown in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]
26th Feb '17 6:38:57 AM mrthischarmingman2
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* 2016: [[spoiler:The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! Among the events in the episode, Phil finally manages to get a his liver transplant, saving him from dying from cirrhosis. But over the next week, Lee Carter came close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and on New Year's Day Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drowned in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]

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* 2016: [[spoiler:The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! Among the events in the episode, Phil finally manages to get a his liver transplant, saving him from dying from cirrhosis. But over the next week, Lee Carter came close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and on New Year's Day Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drowned in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]
26th Feb '17 6:38:17 AM mrthischarmingman2
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* 2016: [[spoiler:The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! Among many of the events in the episode, Phil finally manages to get a his liver transplant, saving him from dying from cirrhosis. But over the next week, Lee Carter came close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and on New Year's Day Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drowned in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]

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* 2016: [[spoiler:The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! Among many of the events in the episode, Phil finally manages to get a his liver transplant, saving him from dying from cirrhosis. But over the next week, Lee Carter came close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and on New Year's Day Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drowned in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]
26th Feb '17 6:37:01 AM mrthischarmingman2
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* 2016: [[spoiler:The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! But over the next week, Lee Carter came close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and on New Year's Day Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drowned in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]

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* 2016: [[spoiler:The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! Among many of the events in the episode, Phil finally manages to get a his liver transplant, saving him from dying from cirrhosis. But over the next week, Lee Carter came close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and on New Year's Day Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drowned in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]
9th Feb '17 5:05:42 PM jeez
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* In the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sendling%27s_Night_of_Murder Sendling Christmas Massacre of 1705]], almost three thousand [[UsefulNotes/TheSixteenLandsOfDeutschland Bavarian]] [[LaResistance rebels]] tried to storm the city of Munich while it was occupied by Austrian troops, only to be betrayed, surrounded, forced to surrender, and massacred in the same night. Still widely known as the ''Sendlinger Mordweihnacht'' (Sendling Murder Christmas).
26th Jan '17 1:39:27 AM LondonKdS
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SnowMeansDeath is a frequently used motif in such settings. BadSanta and AnAssKickingChristmas are more humorous/badass takes on the concept. The Christmas section of HorrorDoesntSettleForSimpleTuesday has some of the most brutal examples. CrappyHolidays is a downplayed version; characters aren't in any danger, but aren't having any fun either. See also DidIMentionItsChristmas and DoTheyKnowItsChristmasTime.

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SnowMeansDeath is a frequently used motif in such settings. BadSanta and AnAssKickingChristmas are more humorous/badass takes on the concept. The Christmas section of HorrorDoesntSettleForSimpleTuesday has some of the most brutal examples. CrappyHolidays is a downplayed version; characters aren't in any danger, but aren't having any fun either. See also AntiChristmasSong, DidIMentionItsChristmas and DoTheyKnowItsChristmasTime.
26th Jan '17 1:38:06 AM LondonKdS
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* 2016: [[spoiler:The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! But over the next week, Lee Carter came close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drowned in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]

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* 2016: [[spoiler:The Christmas Day episode is actually broadly positive! But over the next week, Lee Carter came close to killing himself before changing his mind at the last minute, and on New Year's Day Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell both drowned in a drunken swimming pool accident hours after Ronnie's wedding.]]
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