We asked you to describe your holiday experience in a Dr. Seuss-inspirited Tweet, and you did not disappoint. There was lots overeating (and overdrinking), green Christmases, falling trees, clumsy pets and so much eggnog!
Jonathan Goldstein is now working hard to pick the winner, whom we will announce on Friday, December 21. In the meantime, we're rolling out some of the All-Stars as chosen by our intrepid CANSCAIP readers.
If your Tweet is not here, don’t worry - it doesn’t mean you are not being considered for the prize. This is only a selection of some of our favourites.
Stay tuned for the big reveal of our winner on December 21!
And be sure to tune in on Christmas Day to the CBC/McGill production of "How The Grinch Stole Christmas", starring Jonathan Goldstein. The concert will be broadcast at 1 p.m. (1:30 NT) on CBC Radio One and at 3 p.m. (3:30 NT) on CBC Radio 2. It will also be available for download as a free podcast from Dec. 24 to Jan. 6 on the
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joyzza ma noyzza ma toyzz - the merry squeals of kiddies as they tear open their prezzies #CanadaWritesChristine Montgomery
Chrismantiking: Quietly opening your stockings and presents before your parents wake up.. and then putting them back together. #canadawritesAlyssa Mio
Wrappunzel: A gift-givers attempt to conceal a crappy Christmas present by over-wrapping it. #CanadaWritesJulie Evelyn Joyce
Dreidelworg - A spinning creature of clay, whose gift to you will be crocheted. #CanadaWritesDylan
Boozysemble - The act of putting toys together late at night on Christmas eve while intoxicated. My parents did this a lot. #CanadaWritesCrystal Vaughan
Sox-in-Bocks - The sinister wrapping of an evil gift-giver. #CanadaWritesBibliotaphe Closet
Rubuenscarfnotter the mysterious person who uses up all the scotchtape but will never admit it. #canadawritesMichelle Luelo
@#canadawrites- 'Underwhelmedgivitis': the fake smile frozen on the face of someone who is pretending to like their Christmas gift.Denise Sevier-Fries
Stogiestock: Stockings stuffed with naval oranges and Red Delicious apples. Heavy, yes. Exciting? Not at all. #CanadaWritesJulie Evelyn Joyce
Claustrophobic: The fear of not being able to evade your child's increasingly crafty questions on the "is Santa real?" issue. #canadawritesJoyce Grant
#CanadaWrites NICKCHIMCHARPHOBIA : the fear children have that Santa will be burned by the fire when he arrives down the chimneyArnprior Library
Snowfluke--the diminishing chance for a white Christmas in Canada #CanadawritesDeb Loughead
Nobogganning: attempting to toboggan on a green Christmas morning (slang: nobogoganning) #CanadaWritesSimon Arcan
Snowfluous - when there is an abundance of snow during the holiday season. #CanadaWritesYARN
Snowpful: hoping like a child for a white Christmas this year #CanadawritesElizabeth Joy
Grumposwealtzer - someone who insists on Christmas shopping in their winter coat while complaining of the heat in the mall. #canadawrites.natasha frederick
Procrastipated: feeling so overwhelmed by all the holiday preparations left to do that you do nothing at all. #canadawritesDeborah Gillund
Itsovermas: The period between Christmas and New Year’s when you can briefly relax and actually enjoy the holidays. #CanadaWritesDavid Joseph Martin
Festifiable: Those certifiably Christmas crazy, all comet & cupid & christmas tree crazy. Tinseled out kooks, holiday dazey. #CanadaWritesKevin Craig
Zagglefizzfritzer: Fizzy Christmas Cheer that comes in big drums. Serve it with swizzles or twizzles or plums. #CanadaWritesKevin Craig
Narcissagraming: the constant and indulgent taking and posting of photos at various holiday functions #canadawritesLarissa Andrusyshyn
Bibimbapper: someone who thinks they are only at the mall to eat Korean food and not Christmas shop #canadawritesAli Bryan
@cbcbooks Seussaphonies: The Zombie crowd of Canadians trying to write like Dr. Seuss for today's Seussically #CanadaWrites challenge :-)Kevin Craig
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