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Christmas Song Test

Answers are below. No cheating!

The following words are alternate titles for several well-known Christmas

Bleached Yule:

Castaneous-colored Seed Vesicated in a Conflagration:

Singular Yearning for the Twin Anterior Incisors:

Righteous Darkness:

Arrival Time - 2400 hrs - Weather - Cloudless:

Loyal Followers Advance:

Far Off in a Feeder:

Array the Corridor:

Bantam Male Percussionist:

Nocturnal Noiselessness:

Jehovah Deactivate Blithe Chevaliers:

Red Man En Route to Borough:

Frozen Precipitation Commence:

Proceed and Enlighten on the Pinnacle:

The Quadruped with the Vermilion Proboscis:

Query Regarding Identity of Descendant:

Delight for this Planet:

Give Attention to the Melodious Celestial Beings:

The Dozen Festive 24 Hour Intervals:


Bleached Yule: White Christmas

Castaneous-colored Seed Vesicated in a conflagration: Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire

Singular Yearning for the Twin Anterior Incisors: All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth

Righteous Darkness: O Holy Night

Arrival Time: 2400 hrs - Weather: Cloudless: It Came Upon a Midnight Clear

Loyal Followers Advance: O Come, All Ye Faithful

Far Off in a Feeder: Away in a Manger

Array the Corridor: Deck the Hall

Bantam Male Percussionist: Little Drummer Boy

Nocturnal Noiselessness: Silent Night

Jehovah Deactivate Blithe Chevaliers: God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen

Red Man En Route to Borough: Santa Claus is Coming to Town

Frozen Precipitation Commence: Let it Snow

Proceed and Enlighten on the Pinnacle: Go, Tell It on the Mountain

The Quadruped with the Vermilion Proboscis: Rudolph, the Red-nosed Reindeer

Query Regarding Identity of Descendant: What Child is This?

Delight for this Planet: Joy to the World

Give Attention to the Melodious Celestial Beings: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

The Dozen Festive 24 Hour Intervals: The Twelve Days of Christmas


Santa Claus has the right idea. Visit people only once a year.


Yeah, you can send this Funny to anybody you want. And, if you're REAL nice, you'll tell them where you got it!



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