Could it possibly be? Why YES it is!! It's a design everybody can agree on!!
Who needs a holiday #RedCup when you can have an entire Christmas party?
This devilish delight was made very LATTE in the evening, and features Krampus pulling back a very naughty, very Pagan creature, while Santa is holding a present for the person NICE enough to purchase this design. And in the back not bothering anybody, is a fun loving Jesus, holding his favorite book and wishing you peace on Earth.
This design was banned from the very NAUGHTY CafePress, but is available on all colors of shirts on Zazzle right now.
CafePress realized they were being naughty, so we came to a compromise on a CafePress-exclusive design.
And it looks like Krampus is pleased.
Krampusman has sharpened his claws to face off with naughty robots everywhere. But first, he has his sights set on an old "doctor" of sorts...
And if you're a good little robot, you will support the revival of a favorite cancelled game......
When someone tries to talk to you, it is wise to put down the phone or tablet, and listen up.
It is unwise to show the "Talk to the Hand" sign and ignore the speaker.
.... Especially when that speaker is Krampus.
Last night, Krampus was just curling his beard when he found another naughty kid!
This time, a young girl who wasn't being very nice to her classmate who asked her to help with homework.
He found the girl at a slumber party, where she was being a little too "tsun" for his liking.
Don't worry though, I'm sure he'll forgive you also being a little tsundere.... THIS time.. Ja ne!
Can't you just hear the sound of it?
That beautiful, beautiful, clanking sound of nickles, nickles, nickels!
And do you know where they sound amazing?
When you're clinking them in an old soda can!
And do you know how to make them sound even more amazing?
Just spank them against the backside of a bad, little miscreant on Santa's Naughty list!
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