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Christmas Jokes from the Bad Joke Generator

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What's Christmas's favourite film?
The Christmast Picture Show

What sport does Christmas enjoy?
Christmasketball

What's Christmas's favourite song?
Jumping Jack Christmash

What's Christmas's favourite song?
Heart of Christmass

What's Christmas's favourite film?
Christmas Boot

What's Christmas's favourite film?
Christmasablanca

What does Christmas eat for dinner?
Christmasta with Sun-Dried Tomato-Olive Sauce

What's Christmas's favourite film?
Butch Christmassidy and the Sundance Kid

What does Christmas eat for dinner?
Christmasagna

What's Christmas's favourite film?
Mr. Smith Goes to Christmashington


Where does Christmas go on holiday?
Crackerbia and Montenegro

What's Christmas's favourite book?
The Satanic Crackerses

What's Christmas's favourite drink?
Crackerrier

What's Christmas's favourite film?
Crackertigo

Who is Christmas's favourite poet?
Crackercy Bysshe Shelley

What does Christmas eat for breakfast?
Crackerry Berry Nice

What's Christmas's favourite film?
Crackerminator 2: Judgment Day

Where does Christmas go on holiday?
Cape Crackerde

What's Christmas's favourite album?
Never Mind The Bollocks Crackere's The Sex Pistols


Where does Christmas go on holiday?
Santarctica


What's Christmas's favourite song?
Where the Christmas Treets Have No Name

What's Christmas's favourite song?
Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Christmas Tree


What is Christmas's favourite day of the week?
Holiday.

What's Christmas's favourite film?
His Girl Holiday


What's Christmas's favourite film?
Taxi Festiver


Some keywords were skipped because they rhymed with other keywords: December, winter.