1. This tweet that is just so relatable
Imagine if ur cell phone battery was on 10% and it lasted for 8 days. Now you understand Chanukah.
— @slimsade (@HolyGhostNYC) December 24, 2016
2. There’s always a conspiracy
RT @cjwerleman Hanukkah is a corporate conspiracy invented by the Jewish arts & crafts lobby to sell more dreidels.
— RonSupportsYou (@RonSupportsYou) November 29, 2013
3. We aren’t the only ones who are still celebrating
Happy Third Day of Hanukkah to all you Jews and Second Day of Christmas to all you kids of divorced parents
— Chris Reinacher (@chrisreinacher) December 26, 2016
4. And this church being sassy
today I saw a church sign that said “Merry Christmas Christians. Happy Hanukkah Jews. Good luck Atheists.” talk about holiday spirit amirite
— extra festive jui¢y (@JuicyJKempf) December 25, 2016
5. Beyblades. Exactly.
Yea I dunno Hanukkah really sounds like my kind of holiday. 8 days, they got donuts, Chinese food, beyblades, gambling, gifts and fried food
— Johnny ¥ork (@JohnnyTw0Feet) December 25, 2016
6. Ain’t gonna happen.
.@realDonaldTrump My Chanukah wish is that you release your tax returns. Probs just getting socks again tho.
— Ben Berkon (@BenBerkon) December 25, 2016
7. Tis the season for everyone
Merry Christmas everybody. And Happy Chanukah, Happy Kwanza, and a very Merry Koala. ?
— bob saget (@bobsaget) December 26, 2016
8. No one really knows…
Trying to figure out if it’s Chanukah or Hanukkah … pic.twitter.com/bKEnBgE4UU
— MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) December 25, 2016
9. Like when you see a massive Christmas tree next to a tiny table with a menorah on it.
I’ve never seen a workplace Hanukkah display that didn’t shout, “We legally had to do this.”
— Damien Fahey (@DamienFahey) December 7, 2012
10. You can make the first.
I have still yet to see a dreidel made out of clay..
— Anthony Shaw (@AnthonyShaw_) December 16, 2014