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Christmas Before, During & After (3 Comics)

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When we found out the truth about Santa as kids, we could never have imagined how much work it would be to become jolly ol’ St. Nick once we had kids of our own.

Christmas changes for parents. It becomes about other people, little ones and loved ones. For ourselves, we come to happily settle on a little eggnog that may or may not be “strong” enough to take the paint off both sides of a battleship.

Web cartoonist Brian Gordon illustrates some funny before-, during- and after-Christmas situations most of us can relate to.


Christmas Elf on the Shelf Comic by Fowl Language Comics



Christmas Good REally Good Awesome Comic by Fowl Language Comics



Christmas Survivors Comic by Fowl Language Comics


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2 Responses to “Christmas Before, During & After (3 Comics)”

  1. JeninCanada says:

    This literally made me laugh out loud. Elf on the Shelf IS THE DEVIL. I have one but I’m not sure I’m going to put it out. My son named it Drax and gave him a marble last year so he’d remember him while at the North Pole. This may be his last year believing in the magic of Christmas, so I might as well. Sigh.

    • Andy says:

      I never even tried doing the Elf with my kids because of warnings from other parents. Haha! I’ll stick to the stress of remembering to put the seat down, pay bills and remember anniversaries.

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