Reading Your Christmas Stories


*slurps* Oh, I didn’t see you there. Now, a couple days ago, I asked you to comment down some fun Christmas stories, Or your favorite Christmas memory… And then that video got on trending… So… Why do I even put effort into my videos? So now let’s read some of your favorite Christmas stories… Thank you. So you know how YouTube has those spam comments that say, “Click on my profile picture and get a gift card!” And it’s the pretend-to-be-me, And, it’s.. really a virus? I banned a lot of the words that those spam bots try to use, And I ended up banning words, like, “gift card” And “gift”. So I looked at all these spam comments, and a lot of them were marked for having the word “gift” in them, so, sorry about that if your comment had the word “gift” in it, it… probably didn’t make it. I’m sorry, there’s like, 2,000 of them. *nervous laugh* Now I’m sort of, like, loosening up on how much I’m banning words, so, you can say gift now, but if spam bots come back, then I might have to 𝐓 𝐀 𝐊 𝐄 ‘𝐄 𝐌 𝐃 𝐎 𝐖 𝐍. Sorry. I’m sure he forgives you. *laughing* The End. Aren’t dogs great? Aren’t dogs- I’m not looking at the camera – . – Aren’t dogs great? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) See, now like, that’s really heartfelt and heartwarming, but… … you stole it. I remember a story where I broke a Halloween decoration, it was like this little metal spider thing, and then my parents bought it
because I broke it in the store. Sorry to make it all about myself, okay. *laughs* That’s nice. Cats, I love cats. *laughs* So I think he’s trying to say, “I’m too full from all the cookies, but these yummy carrots gave me the energy to get back to the North Pole.” *laughs* So the mom was doing something nice and was like, “Hmm, Santa wouldn’t say that.” Your mom should’ve said,
“We’re leaving out carrots for the reindeer.” *laughs* Merry Christmas, everyone. So, sorry for calling out your brother. *laughs* It’s a reference to one of my videos. (Yes, we know, James.) Merry Christmas, everyone. *laughs* So, I’m already Tracer. Anyway… *laughs* I mean, you’re gonna want coat hangers one day. lol Question mark? That was a really nice story. *laughs* I’m sorry… *laughs some more herherher* Hope your sister’s okay. You just got him a piece of — okay. Merry Christmas. *laughs* * laughs* It’s kinda funny. …an iPad. Get it? *knee slap* Okay. *laughs* What – a nice story. Wait — if Santa was lactose intolerant… …then what would he do with
all those other milk and cookies? WHAT?! *James freaking out* WHAT?! ₥ɆⱤⱤɎ ₵ⱧⱤł₴₮₥₳₴! Merry Christmas. 𝕥 𝕙 𝕖 𝕖 𝕟 𝕕. 𝕥 𝕙 𝕖 𝕖 𝕟 𝕕. So, his-his older brother was acting weird with a stuffed teddy-bear. ***slurrrp*** That’s- that’s a funny story by adding in the wrong amount. *laughs* This one, I don’t know-I don’t know if this one’s safe for YouTube. I mean, that — seems nice. What’s with all these dog-poop-related stories? It’s- disgusing. Merry Christmas! *laughs* This person just says: ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) And I think I’m going to end it there. Thanks all, for spending some Christmas time with me. I hope you all have a Merry Christmas. And… if you don’t celebrate Christmas, I hope you still have a good holiday. Be sure to spread as much Christmas cheer as you can this year. Reach out to those who might be spending Christmas alone because spending Christmas alone sucks! so… *laugh* Thank you all for commenting your Christmas stories, a lot of them were gross. Thanks for watching, as always: 𝕎𝕖𝕒𝕣 𝕪𝕠𝕦𝕣 𝕤𝕖𝕒𝕥 𝕓𝕖𝕝𝕥.

100 thoughts on “Reading Your Christmas Stories”

  1. We have a elf (Her name is Trixie) on the shelf and when in found out about santa my mom told me all the sercets like how she did santa had writing with her left hand and the way i caught her was the rapping paper was the same as "Santa's" lol

  2. i know it’s september and this isnt a video anymore but uh, i went to visit my grandparents for christmas when i was 10 and i got a virus for christmas. i threw up the day before christmas

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  4. I have a completely random story. Not about Christmas, but it's about a party.
    So one time when I was like, three or something, me and my family were at a party. Now at that age I actually hated dogs. Now it's more of a they're cute, but I just really don't want to live with one. But back then I could not stand them. The host of this party had a dog, and when I saw it, I pointed at the dog and asked my Mom, "Can you kill that please?" 🤣🤣🤣

  5. Oh ummmmmm like 2 years ago or maybe 3 on Christmas I got sick and I was throwing up the whole Christmas and I wished I was throwing up in school so I couldn’t go to school longer BUT NOPE I couldn’t go to anything anywhere I was sad but I got better :/ sorry I’m late 2019 anyone XD

  6. My Christmas story: On Christmas Eve 2018, my cousins came about 2 minutes after the power went out at 9:00p,
    At 10:00 pm, the power cake back on. We open our presents at 12:00 midnight on Christmas. I played with them (hide and seek dark version) while my parents got bored with no internet 😂😂

  7. One Christmas i spent the night at my moms house and she didn’t have a tree and Santa did not come so i had to wait until everyone woke up which was 11 am and exchanged gifts and then 3 hours later we go to my grandmas house for the actual presents and they were waiting for us there so I’m staying with my grandma this Christmas and my mom will spend the night with us cause i live with my grandma and I don’t have to wait on my family to get there this year…. Merry Early Christmas?

    * and the Christmas tree at my moms house was a freakin piece of paper

  8. James: hey guys write me some comments about winter and x mas

    Us: writes a comment including the word 🎁
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    Spammer: writes a comment pretending to be James and writes 🎁 . Their comment stays.
    Me: so where's the logic ?
    James: (ノ´・ω・)ノ ミ ┻━┻

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  10. I know it isn’t Christmas and you won’t read this but I have a story

    It was Christmas Eve and we were playing elephant and I was sitting on top of the couch and fell on the back of my head and everyone was worried and I said “IM OK 👍” even though i almost broke my head because it was hard floor, merry early Christmas James 🤗😅😎👌

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  13. My dog made my Christmas a really one I was getting a dog and my uncles dong snuck in and started h*umping my dog and we could here him in the closet were my dog was hidden
    but it made my Christmas even better Janna is my best pal

    (she isn’t pregnant)

  14. On Christmas Eve my dog ate our freshly baked cookies that were for Santa… and then on Christmas Day there were no Christmas presents under the tree… I started crying but then I went to the bathroom and the presents were in the bathtub and then I realized that he was drunk because we left him alcohol instead of milk

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