From the web: #XMASJAMMIES digital Christmas card goes viral

2013-12-17T14:08:00Z 2013-12-17T16:26:43Z From the web: #XMASJAMMIES digital Christmas card goes viralKari Kenner - Daily Herald Daily Herald
December 17, 2013 2:08 pm  • 

If you haven't already sent out your Christmas cards this year and could use a little bit of inspiration, you'll definitely want to check out this digital card gone viral as performed by the Holderness family of Raleigh, NC.

In an attempt to update their annual holiday greeting, make a playful mockery of traditional Christmas cards and blatantly promote their new company, Kim and Penn Holderness, along with their children, Lola and Penn Charles, unashamedly review their year while flaunting their new Christmas jammies all across their hometown.

The video, a musical parody of Will Smith's 1998 hit song "Miami," includes updates on the family's new car and the parent's cameo roles in "Iron Man 3," as well as Lola's rainbow bedroom, Penn Charles' love for superhero shirts, and Penn's decision to leave his job as an anchor for WNCN to join his wife's production company.

The jammie rapping video has garnered nearly 2.5 million views in the week since it was posted, making it one clever Christmas card clearly worth taking a look at.

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