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    How To Celebrate Christmas In July The Way It Deserves To Be Celebrated

    Time for an eggnog piña colada or seven.

    1. Get in the Half Christmas spirit.

    Half-ish.

    2. Sandman > snowman.

    3. Candy cane pool noodles > boring regular pool noodles.

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    Learn how to make them here.

    4. Water balloons > snowballs.

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    Check out this blog for even more ideas on how to throw an outdoor Christmas in July party (they went big).

    5. Or invest in a pack of anytime snowballs.

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    This miracle is only $19.99 and your childhood self will thank you heartily.

    6. Whip up a batch of eggnog-coladas.

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    This is also perfect for the dead of winter, when all you want is a whiff of coconut and the barest hint of sun. Get the recipe here.

    7. And some peppermint s'mores.

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    Get the directions here.

    8. And some in-season strawberry Santas.

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    2 cute 2 b eaten.

    (WRONG).

    9. Half a Christmas = half a tree.

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    Get this one here.

    10. Send cards to your loved ones.

    11. Dress for the occasion.

    12.

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    Get these here.

    13. Mistletoe that will never die results in maximum making out.

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    Get this lovely watercolor print here.

    14. Make beachy ornaments.

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    Inspired by these guys.

    15. Take advantage of all the sales.

    Zazzle, QVC, and a bunch of Etsy sellers are all holding them, because they understand how the world should work.

    16. It's so much easier to gift wrap a car when you're not slogging through three feet of snow.

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    And what holiday is complete without some harmless pranking? No holiday I care to know about.

    17. Reindeer-ify your ice-cold beer.

    18. And your dog.

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    So everyone can join in on the ~holiday cheer~. Get these (custom-fitting!) hats here.

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