5 Characters to Absolutely Invite to Christmas

Published by Luna S on 2023-12-22 in Nerd
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As a representative of the 'Christmas? No Thanks' association, I am often faced with the challenge of making the holiday season less stressful and more enjoyable. Family dynamics during the holidays can turn into a kind of battleground, and my mission is to ensure a drama-free Christmas. This year, I've decided to implement a foolproof plan to make the holidays peaceful and fun. So here are the 5 characters who, with their unique qualities, will transform my Christmas into an unforgettable experience.
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Uncle Iroh (Avatar)

Among the characters from "Avatar: The Last Airbender," Uncle Iroh stands out as the ideal guest to invite. His kindness, warmth, and wisdom make him a delightful presence, and undoubtedly his delicious tea will make you forget about the horrible gifts received. Plus, it's impossible not to notice a certain resemblance to Santa Claus.
Arthur Weasley (Harry Potter)

Even though he has the coolest job on Earth, Mr. Weasley would find a conversation about how sink plungers work fascinating. And with his gentle and calm demeanor, he's just the kind of person to make Christmas drama-free.
Sanji (One Piece)

A Christmas feast is a must. I don't feel like cooking. Sanji cooks well. I invite Sanji, he cooks for all of us, and everyone is happy :)
Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory)

Yes, I invited Sheldon Cooper to Christmas. I know it seems like a questionable choice, but nothing can surpass the excitement of seeing Sheldon go into an existential crisis when trying to decorate the Christmas tree following the laws of quantum physics.
Rosa Diaz (Brooklyn Nine-Nine)

Rosa Diaz, the perfect addition to make our Christmas seem like an underground hacker party. If the atmosphere gets too dull, just one of her sharp remarks will bring us all back down to earth.

Radioimmaginaria wishes you a stress-free and hopefully enjoyable holiday season. Hang in there, soldiers, just two weeks, and it'll all be over."