California couple goes viral for Winter ‘Pun-derland’ decorations
You’ve probably seen a Winter Wonderland, but have you ever heard of a Winter “Pun-derland”?
Kyle and Cori Gunderson, a couple based out of Costa Mesa, California, have gone viral for their hilarious spin on the classic holiday decorations.
In a video posted to Kyle’s Facebook, Cori takes viewers on a MTV “Cribs”-style tour of their decorations.
The couple’s garage is outfitted with letters spelling out “Winter PUNderland,” because, as Cori says, “it’s the most pun-derful time of the year.”
Placed above the garage is the alphabet — but it’s missing an L.
“Noel. There’s no L, get it?”
In a nearby bush, there are a bunch of spices and seasonings that are holding various greetings, such as “hi” or “hello.”
On the house’s second story are two kings and a print-out of a stock board — stockings.
“We have the ever-wonderful Michael Kaine, and then rows of candy,” Cori said.
“And so that would be?” Kyle asked.
For the more creepy portion of the decorations, the couple dressed up a pair of silver, blow-up dolls in Belle — from “Beauty and the Beast” dresses — to make silver bells.
The couple also decorated some gardening hoes (ho, ho, ho), a blow-up doll with a red wig who was holding bread (a gingerbread man), a knight shushing its guests (“Silent Night”) and a Matt Damon mat (a Christmas mat).
But that wasn’t all: The couple also set up a photo of The Rock next to a Christmas tree for — I think you know where this is going — “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree.”
The video was posted on Monday and has been viewed more than 8 million times, in addition to the thousands of times it has been shared and reposted.
It looks like this has been in the works for weeks: An earlier video showed the pair rolling out their “Christmas Matt.”
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