This week on the Internet, we unwrapped 5 digital gifts via a wild cast of both likely and unlikely Christmas givers. Will Ferrell gave us a video of himself being Will Ferrell during the holidays, a bunch of comedians offer their personal takes on the lyrics to Drake’s latest hit, Dwight from The Office reminds us to not take this time of year so seriously, a rightfully jealous feline delivers a Christmas message to her owner, and Fetty Wap drops a track under the tree. It’s another weird week on the Internet and we’re perfectly fine with that. Enjoy.
1. Will Ferrell and a man named Billy prance around NYC asking people Christmas trivia questions. Not much more to be said about it, other than the fact that both men are garbed in Christmas-themed onesies and being overly frantic about the whole deal. Good for a few laughs, especially at the 50 second mark. #BillMurray #YaTwat
2. Amy Schumer, Seth Rogen and some other celebrities read the lyrics to Hotline Bling. Can we take a second to realize how major of an impact Drake and this song have had on Q4 of humanity’s 2015? I drove by a daycare the other day after picking up breakfast and some toddler up against the fence near the street began screaming the lyrics at me — like he was furious that that song wasn’t playing in my car. Look what you’ve done, Drake.
3. When your whole squad meets up for drinks after a Christmas day full of passive-aggressive family time and dried ham. #This #Is #Christmas
4. Sassy Christmas Cat isn’t putting up with it this year. Don’t even think about showing some holiday love to that stray kitten on your walk back from the grocery store, you scumbag.
5. Fetty Wap dropped a Christmas song and no one knows how to feel about it. Believe it or not, dropping a trap-esque Christmas carol in this day in age is not cliche, and depending on how you feel about Fetty, you may even feel obliged to file this one under the “Christmas Gifts You Didn’t Know You Wanted” list.