Here are some pic’s of Â Christina Aguilera and her son Max in LA.. Shout out to Dlisted for the pic’s..
Our friends over at Gossiponthis.com posted these pic’s of my homie R&B singer Keyshia Cole who made Christmas happen for a group of foster children in her hometown, and personally delivered the gifts to ActsFullGospel Church in East Oakland, CA and posed for a couple of pictures. Keyshia being a foster child herself wanted to make sure these kids had the best Xmas they ever had… Awwww I must give her credit most artist dont show love like that, but thats why she’s the homie…
Diddy posted this video of his daughter Chance singing Christmas songs on twitter .. Lil Chance gave it all she had, singing her little heart out. Chance made her on version ofÂ “Rudolph” we think, and wished all the kids a Merry Christmas! This has to be one of the the funniest holiday videos I have seen all year…
According to popular custom, any two people who meet under a hanging of mistletoe are obliged to kiss. The custom is of Scandinavian origin. Amazingly, this same plant is poisonous, and has the ability, if eaten, to cause horrible stomach pains. So just kiss under itâ€¦no eating peeps. See below for the history of Mistletoe, and be sure to spread some holiday cheer this season!
In Norse mythology, Baldr was a god of vegetation. His mother Frigga, prompted by a prophetic dream, made every plant, animal and inanimate object promise not to harm him. But Frigga overlooked the mistletoe plant â€” and the mischievous god Loki took advantage of this oversight, tricking the blind god HÃ¶Ã°r into killing Baldr with a spear fashioned from mistletoe. Baldr’s death brought winter into the world, until the gods restored him to life. Frigga declared the mistletoe sacred, ordering that from now on it should bring love rather than death into the world. Happily complying with Frigga’s wishes, any two people passing under the plant from now on would celebrate Baldr’s resurrection by kissing under the mistletoe.
Took yall back to middle school with the Greek mythologyâ€¦.lol
Christmas or Christmas Day is an annual holiday that, in Christianity, commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ. It is celebrated on December 25, but this date is not known to be Jesus actual birthday, and may have initially been chosen to correspond with either the day exactly nine months after some early Christians believed Jesus had been conceived, a historical Roman festival, or the date of the northern hemisphere’s winter solstice. The word Christmas originated as a compound meaning “Christ’s Mass”. It is derived from the Middle English Christemasse and Old English Cristes mÃ¦sse, a phrase first recorded in 1038. “Cristes” is from Greek Christos and “mÃ¦sse” is from Latin mica (the holy mass). In Greek, the letter Î§ (chi), is the first letter of Christ, and it, or the similar Roman letter X, has been used as an abbreviation for Christ since the mid-16th century. Hence, Xmas is sometimes used as an abbreviation for Christmas
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As I was sitting here, getting into full fledged holiday mode, I was thinking of my top 5 Best Christmas songs of all time. Check out the songs listed below.
1. The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) – Nat ‘King’ Cole
2. Silent Night- The Temptations
3. This Christmas- Chis Brown
4. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus – The Jacksons Five
5. Rudolph the Red nose Reindeer- The Temptations
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