Christmas Movie Bingo: A Non-Boozy Drinking Game
It's the most wonderful time of the year, the season when former child stars and TV actors past their prime return to our screens in that cherished tradition... the holiday movie. Warm and gooey like a pot of melted cheese, these aren't cinematic masterworks but they are a lot of fun.
If you've seen more than two or three Christmas movies, you know they follow certain tropes. You can almost predict them.
It would be irresponsible of us to suggest you play a drinking game with alcohol. But we can officially get behind a sober Christmas movie bingo game. So grab your cocoa and your remote and play along with us.
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