Yesha Callahan

Can You Relate to #ChristmasWithBlackFamilies?

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You know Black Twitter wasn’t about to let Christmas pass without getting it in, right?

In between buying gifts, trimming the tree, and getting a little loose off the egg nog, Twitter came through with the hilarious hashtag #ChristmasWithBlackFamilies.

Here are some of our favs.

While the#ChristmasWithBlackFamilies tweets were hilarious, our girl Issa Rae and the folks over at The Peak came through and put together an equally comical sketch.

Take a look.

Merry Christmas, Clutchettes & Gents! 

  1. December 26, 2015 - Reply

    that mac and cheese looked dangerous

    • December 27, 2015 - Reply


      lol that Mac and cheese was very scary

  2. December 26, 2015 - Reply


  3. December 26, 2015 - Reply

    I could relate to many of the Tweets, especially when I was young (like my parents telling me when I was a child to wait to open the presents since it was too early in the morning).

  4. December 26, 2015 - Reply

    Some of these are funny and spot on, especially waiting for the food to be finish.

  5. December 27, 2015 - Reply

    That was hilarious all of it made me laugh ??⛄️?

  6. December 27, 2015 - Reply

    Tracy Clayton is hilarious you guys should check her podcast Another Round on Buzzfeed with Heben Negatu they crack me up. Check them out on ITunes.

  7. December 27, 2015 - Reply

    I can’t relate to quite a few but there are still all so funny!

  8. December 28, 2015 - Reply

    They should’ve had the new boyfriend/girlriend that acts too familiar like they’ve been “apart of the family” for 10 years instead of just 10 weeks. The one that damn near makes out with your little cousin, calls granny “Granny” and grandad “Papa” without an ok, tells too many “jokes”, and gets thirds before everyone else.

    You’re new ’round these here parts. Play your role bro/sis, play your role.

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