Holiday Dressing, Part 1: Christmas

Holiday Dressing, Part 1: Christmas

Maybe you’ve noticed my love of Redbubble dresses (examples here, here, herehere, and here). Maybe you’d prefer to call it an obsession. Maybe you should stop judging and get off my back for once. Maybe you’re kind of jerk. Maybe you can fuck right off.

WAIT! WAIT! Don’t go. I’m sorry. Look! I picked out a whole bunch of Christmas-print dresses for you. 12 of them, in fact, for the 12 days of Christmas. Isn’t that cute? Forgive me and look at these awesome dresses!

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Factday Friday: Xmas Edition

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! A time for joy! A time for merriment! A time for total factual accuracy!

From George Eastman House.

FACT: Live Christmas trees have been sold commercially in the United States since 1850, with the first retail tree lot opening in New York in 1851. [Source]

Photo by Wade Brooks.

Photo by Wade Brooks.

FACT: 1.76 billion candy canes are produced in the United States each year. [Source]

Photo by Rakka.

Photo by Rakka.

FACT: The annual tally of candy-cane-spear-related fatalities and/or injuries remains undocumented at this time. My guess, however, is that most candy-cane-spear-related injuries are self-inflicted and, therefore, go unreported. [Source]

Photo by Ben McLeod.

FACT: The two weeks prior to Christmas are the year’s peak season for the break up of romantic relationships. However, if you can make it to Christmas Day, you’re home free! Statistically, Christmas Day has the fewest break-ups of any day all year. [Source]

Merry Christmas!

[The Factday Friday format is shamelessly ganked from LiveTheDayAway.]


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