The “Tonight Show” host called on his Twitter followers Monday to ruin a holiday song by adding just one word to the title ― and tag the result #AddAWordRuinAChristmasSong.
It's Hashtags time! Take a holiday song and add one word to change the meaning, and tag it with #AddAWordRuinAChristmasSong. Could be on the show!
— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) November 30, 2020
It might have been, to paraphrase one popular Christmas song, the most wonderful post of the year based on the responses it inspired.
— Matt Rappaport (@nyactor) November 30, 2020
#AddAWordRuinAChristmasSongAll I Want For Christmas Is You Dead
— Vidman 🇨🇦 Dan Lauckner (@vidman) November 30, 2020
I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus at Four Seasons Landscaping #AddAWordRuinAChristmasSong
— Leisa Phillips (@sqpeglife1) November 30, 2020
“Do They Know It’s COVID?”“Christmas (Baby Please Stay Home)”“It’s The Most Quarantined Time of the Year”“You’re a Mean One, Mr. Trump”“I’ll Be Home For Covid Christmas”#AddAWordRuinAChristmasSong
— Drina Krieger 🎃 (@DrinaDurazo) November 30, 2020
I’ll Be Home Schooled for Christmas #AddAWordRuinAChristmasSong
— Moumin Quazi (@Moumin_Quazi) November 30, 2020
O Holy Night TerrorsIt Came Crashing Upon a Midnight ClearLittle Metal Drummer BoyCarol Channing of the BellsWalking in a Nuclear Winter Wonderland12 Days of Quarantine Christmas#AddAWordRuinAChristmasSong
— Susan St. M. (@susebraids) November 30, 2020
White Power ChristmasJingle Bells PalsyCarol Baskin of the BellsBlue Balls ChristmasNate Silver and GoldO Little Town of Bethlehem, PennsylvaniaSilent But Deadly NightGrandma's Last ChristmasThank you and good night!
— RockfanNYC (@bmislow) November 30, 2020
Oh Come All Ye Faithful Electors #AddAWordRuinAChristmasSong
— Jonathan Handyside (@handy_man70) November 30, 2020