A Very Alternative Christmas Playlist

If by now you’ve grown sick of hearing all those disturbingly cheerful festive songs, you’re in luck. I’ve put together a little list of alternative festive tunes that are definitely a hell of a lot less played out than your regular festive song.

Bongo Cat- Christmas songs

Your normal festive tunes but with a twist. The twist being they’re sung by a band of adorable animated kitty cats. Both cute and cool as well as a lot more entertaining than the originals.

BTS- Christmas Day

If your going to listen to festive music, you might as well throw a little K-pop into the mix. I’m not a huge K-pop fan but I do have a bit of a soft spot for BTS, GOT7 and Amber liu, hence why this song made it into this list.

GOT7- Miracle

Okay, I may have down played my love of K-pop a little with that last song, but this song is too lovely and cute not to have it on this list. (My fav in GoT 7 is Jin-young. He constantly looks like he wants to punch the other members really hard and its rather amusing).

12 Days of Honkmas

Why sing about the 12 days of Christmas when you can sing about the 12 days of honkmas. These little Pikachu birds (Cockatiels I think they’re called) are so cute and funny. This festive song is bound to bring a smile to your face.

You’re A Mean One Mr Grinch

Not going to lie this is one of my favourite Christmas songs. This time of year, you can find me making a grand entrance into a room singing this song. There’s even a very dramatic interpretive dance to accompany this song. I know, it’s kind of childish but screw it. Sometimes you just have to act a little silly to relieve the stress of this time of year. Not to mention, its one hell of an effective way to fight boredom.

Hopefully by now you’ve gained a few more festive songs to add to your holiday playlist. Hope you all have a wonderful time over the holidays and

As always, Thanks for Reading!

Mademoiselle Noir, a Victim of Prejudice.

ec1d89a6-bcc2-42b1-991a-0fe123c1dcb0Mademoiselle Noir (Miss Black), her only crimes were living in a tower, having long black Rapunzel hair and repeating the same French phrases over and over again. Mistaking her for a demon and burning her to death, was a huge over reaction on those towns people’s behalf. They could have at least, ran tests to prove or disprove, her demon status, before they set her hair on fire. Prime example of why holding prejudice, is both idiotic and also dangerous.

Short post today, because it’s Father’s Day and I need to spend time with my Papa. Today’s post is digital art work inspired by a song/animation, I came across on YouTube, called Mademoiselle Noir: A Tragedy. It’s a very sad song, but has an important message about prejudice and judging people based on their appearance. Hence, why I thought it was worth a mention.

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Pencil drawing, I done for Orly. She said Mademoiselle Noir tower was too creepy, so made me draw her a Princess Tower.