Christmas Presents For Teens
Old enough to know the truth about Santa, smart enough to pretend you don’t. Teenagers are a wiser bunch than we give them credit for. But whether Santa’s secrets are known or not, it doesn’t change how much teenagers love receiving their Christmas presents for teens. It’s as exciting as it was a decade before. Of course, no teen is excited to receive socks… but they will be thrilled to get the fun and quirky Christmas presents above.
10 Funny Christmas Messages For Teens That Will Make Them Smile
Once you’ve found awesome Christmas presents for teens you need an awesome message to go with them. So here’re a few ideas to get you started...
> May your Christmas be half as exciting as the Christmas movies on TV.
> Christmas. Because I don’t give a damn if it’s merry.
> Merry Christmas to someone who I care about almost as much as myself.
> I’d have made you a Christmas pudding if I knew how to use the oven. Merry Christmas.
> Keep calm and have a merry Christmas.
> I love you more than I love receiving Christmas presents.
> Merry Christmas to someone who is clever, beautiful, funny, and reminds me a lot of myself.
> Merry Christmas from one legend to another.
> Merry Christmas. Now, where’s Grandma’s Christmas pudding at?
> I searched for a long time to find the perfect Christmas message for you, but just ended up with this.
10 Christmas Jokes For Teenagers That Are Funnier Than The Christmas Crackers
We all know Christmas cracker jokes are terrible. So here a few that are slightly better and may make a teen giggle...
> What do you call an obnoxious reindeer? RUDEolph.
> What do you call a kid who doesn't believe in Santa? A rebel without a Claus.
> How many gifts can Santa squeeze in an empty stocking? One. It’s not empty after the first one.
> There will be no Christmas anymore. I told Santa that you have been good the whole year. He died of laughter.
> Another helicopter tried to land in our garden today. I think we’re going to have to reduce our Christmas lights a bit.
> Funny how the year you stop believing in Santa is roughly the year you start getting socks and clothes for Christmas.
> Lisa thanks her grandpa, "Thank you Grandpa for the violin you gave me last year for Christmas. I've never got such a brilliant gift!" "Really?" asks the surprised Grandpa. Lisa says, "Oh yeah - every time I start playing, Mum gives me 2 dollars so I would stop!"
> This will be the fifth year in a row that my in-laws will come over for Christmas. I think this time we should let them in.
> Dear Santa, I was framed.
> Why does Santa use reindeer to pull his sleigh? Because huskies can’t fly.
The teenage years are when you’re allowed to wake up early on Christmas and stay up late on new year’s eve. Christmas is still an incredibly exciting time for teens. So get them some incredible Christmas gifts for teens and make their day extra special.