Urban Dictionary: Christmas Crashing

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Used to describe the after-effect of Christmas, or the Holidays in general: 12 Days of Hanukkah/Christmas, etc. is usually a busy time, very exciting, and enjoyable. By the end of the celebrations (The night of Christmas Day/Dec. 26th) you feel exhausted and overwhelmed. People are usually groggy, lethargic, and almost depressed from exhaustion.

I love Christmas. But all the celebrating, visiting with family, and celebrating…I’m Christmas Crashing

Joe 1: What are you doing for New Years?
Joe 2: I’ll be in rehab.
Joe 1: Why?

Joe 2: I’m Christmas Crashing hard this year. The idea of going out for a drive is exhausting.

 

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Urban Dictionary: Christmas Crashing

xmascrash

Used to describe the after-effect of Christmas, or the Holidays in general: 12 Days of Hanukkah/Christmas, etc. is usually a busy time, very exciting, and enjoyable. By the end of the celebrations (The night of Christmas Day/Dec. 26th) you feel exhausted and overwhelmed. People are usually groggy, lethargic, and almost depressed from exhaustion.

I love Christmas. But all the celebrating, visiting with family, and celebrating…I’m Christmas Crashing

Joe 1: What are you doing for New Years?
Joe 2: I’ll be in rehab.
Joe 1: Why? Joe 2: I’m Christmas Crashing hard this year. The idea of going out for a drive is exhausting.

 

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Urban Dictionary: Christmas Crashing

December 27: Christmas Crashing

xmascrash

Used to describe the after-effect of Christmas, or the Holidays in general: 12 Days of Hanukkah/Christmas, etc. is usually a busy time, very exciting, and enjoyable. By the end of the celebrations (The night of Christmas Day/Dec. 26th) you feel exhausted and overwhelmed. People are usually groggy, lethargic, and almost depressed from exhaustion.

I love Christmas. But all the celebrating, visiting with family, and celebrating…I’m Christmas Crashing

Joe 1: What are you doing for New Years?
Joe 2: I’ll be in rehab.
Joe 1: Why? Joe 2: I’m Christmas Crashing hard this year. The idea of going out for a drive is exhausting.

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