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  • [Channel music]

  • [Deck the Halls rock instrumental]

  • J: Merry Christmas. C: Merry Christmas.

  • C: I love you. J: I love you, too.

  • C: Merry Christmas, little one. J: Merry Christmas, Tilly!

  • J: Hii.

  • J: I hope you're having an absolutely wonderful Christmas Day.

  • C: Yes, [sing-song voice] Merry Christmaaaas.

  • J: We Wish You A Merry Christmas C: Yeah, I was trying to think of a Christmas song, like...

  • and they've been playing like every day in every shop for the last twenty-five--probably more like

  • J: 30 days, and you can't remember a single one. C: Way more than that.

  • C: Probably since the beginning of November.

  • J: It's going well. C: And all I came up with was, "Merry Christmaaaas!"

  • J: OK!

  • J: So, this is our very last Vlogmas video for 2017.

  • C: Aw. J: It's a bit sad. I feel really tired, but it's a bit sad.

  • C: I'm sure you're not that sad. J: I'm ready for a break!

  • J: Holiday! [?]

  • [?]

  • J: Unless, of course, I hit 200K within the next week. C: Wow!

  • J: In which case, I'll do something. Maybe a live stream.

  • J: I'm not sure. But that's my--I really want to do that by the end of year.

  • J: That is my goal, so please... C: You did say in January when I think you had about 2000 subscribers.

  • C: You were like, "I wanna make...200,000 by the end of the year!"

  • C: And our friends were like, "You know that's--" J: "Dial it back."

  • C: They were like, "You know that's like a thousand percent?"

  • C: Is that right? A big job, basically.

  • C: And everyone was like, "Yeah, just, you know..."

  • J: "Whatever, Jessica, whatever." C: "Be hopeful and optimistic, as you always are."

  • C: And then it was like what?!

  • J: Almost! Almost, so close. You guys, please, share my videos with your friends.

  • Tell your friends about me. Tell strangers. I just...[Jokingly] I just wanna make it, guys.

  • I just have a goal. I just like having a goal.

  • J: But this video - actually, [?] - we're going to open our stockings!

  • J: Yeah! See what Santa left us. C: And the dogs are gonna open their stockings.

  • J: And I'm gonna--we're gonna open stuff from our PO Box!

  • C: Ooo, yeah, I'm excited about that. J: She's really excited.

  • J: And you have to keep watching to the very end, where we're going to announce the winner of the give-away.

  • C: So, all in all... Yeah! J: Good morning!

  • C: We haven't even had breakfast yet.

  • C: Most of my family aren't even up. I mean, I've seen my dad briefly.

  • J: Yes, we're at Claud's dad's, if you're wondering why we have a different Christmas tree behind us.

  • J: It has silver baubles on, so clearly it's not ours.

  • C: I love how we both turned around to confirm that.

  • J: That's what happens. OK, get the stockings!

  • C: OK, where we starting?

  • J: "Claudia!"

  • C: OK!

  • J: What's it gonna be? Ooh!

  • C: It's squishy. J: Squishy.

  • J: And wrapping paper for Walter.

  • C: It's a sponge! J: Yes!

  • J: Probably because Santa knows that you have eczema.

  • J: So you need a special sponge. C: I know, I do.

  • C: Yeah, one side's nice and soft, and one side's like an exfoliating sponge.

  • C: So that'll be nice, because I need to exfoliate the back of my legs and my back.

  • J: Yeah, they don't need to know how you bathe.

  • J: I'm gonna start with the biggest one in my stocking. C: You're next. OK.

  • Look at the size of that, that's really good.

  • And I think Santa, by the way, has improved

  • his wrapping skills since last year.

  • C: Learnt from a pro. His elves taught him. J: Good job, Santa.

  • J: His really hot elves.

  • J: Oo, oo, oo!

  • J: Why, it's a woodcraft construction kit!

  • C: Yeah. 'Cause you love that kind of stuff.

  • J: I really do. I really, really, really do. C: We can do it later. Or tomorrow.

  • J: Ooo, yeah!

  • J: It's like a giant jigsaw.

  • J: Aww, so good. C: And you have to be over eight-years-old, so I thought that was appropriate for you.

  • J: Thanks.

  • J: Oooo! What a nicely wrapped present.

  • C: What is this?

  • J: It's got a nice ribbon on it.

  • J: I don't know if the dogs even need stockings. I mean, they seem to be having a great time.

  • J: Keep shaking!

  • C: [Excited noises] J: No, that's my one bit of tissue paper that's still in tact; I need that for later.

  • C: Yeah! You left the price on, Santa!

  • J: Santa's sorry.

  • C: These are nice. J: Santa must know that you're going on holiday.

  • C: Yeah. I needed some sunglasses, because I left my sunglasses.

  • I don't know where I left them. That's the whole point - they're lost.

  • C: I lost my sunglasses. J: Yeah.

  • C: If I knew where I'd left them, I could go retrieve them.

  • J: Hello.

  • J: That's right. Looking sexy. Turn to the side.

  • J: Ooo, there are loads of things in here.

  • Rather exciting.

  • [Excited noises] No added sugar white chocolate!

  • C: Mmhm J: For the person who hates chocolate

  • but likes solid fat.

  • J: Ah, yes, and it has no sugar. Mine.

  • C: That'll be nice, because me and my family have been treating ourselves to little truffles and

  • you know, things like that, and then you can't have any -

  • C: now you can be like, "I'll just have a bit of my white chocolate." J: "I'll just have some of my chocolate."

  • J: Yes. Chocolate.

  • C: [Tutting] We haven't even had breakfast yet.

  • C: Ooo, what's in the sack?

  • C: Oh, it's already unwrapped itself.

  • C: I think it's a book!

  • J: Oh, my goodness, could it be? C: I needed a book

  • C: for my holiday. Thanks for all the suggestions, everybody who gave them.

  • C: There's a lot of stuff on there.

  • J: Claudia will have the next decade to read through the suggestions

  • J: given on our Favourites video. C: Yeah.

  • C: There might not be any vlogs or videos in Malaysia because I just won't put the books down.

  • C: I won't pick up a camera. J: She'll just be reading.

  • J: It'll just be me filming, so it'll be all shaky and terrible.

  • C: [Pleased noises]

  • J: And look who's on the back! C: This is awesome!

  • J: Her royal hotness herself.

  • C: "Dark, disturbing, compulsively readable"

  • C: "Krysten Ritter, Bonfire: 'Nothing burns as bright as the truth.'"

  • J: It's a book written by one of our favourite people.

  • J: I wanna read that after you, please. C: Yeah.

  • J: Santa's got good taste. C: That's what the best presents are: "I bought you this! Can I have it back?"

  • J: Yeah, good job, whoever suggested that.

  • C: Sorry, that's my exciting...

  • C: Jessica pointed out - I never realised until I started filming - that I swing my arms around a lot.

  • J: Yeah, yeah, you really do. C: When I'm a bit angry or frustrated, I swing them this way.

  • J: You know that thing where you wonder why there are some people

  • who can eat whatever they want, and they never work out, but they stay really thin?

  • It's because they are constantly moving!

  • C: Yep. I'm doing like my own aerobics

  • C: in life, every day. J: She's basically working out all day, every day.

  • J: Yeah. Woah!

  • C: Woah!

  • J: As presents go, I'm not sure how I feel about this one.

  • J: Charcoal pore strips!

  • C: Santa's saying, "Clean your nose!"

  • J: Thanks, Santa.

  • C: No. I really like these. I wanna do them.

  • J: We'll do them together later. C: They're really satisfying.

  • J: Let's both tear the [?] off our faces. C: When you pull them off and you can see all the bits.

  • J: Yeah, that's true. I'll give you that, I'll give you that.

  • J: My, I wonder if anyone can guess what this is.

  • C: I think this might--I know what this is

  • because if you didn't get me this

  • C: at Christmas... J: You'd be sad.

  • C: I'd be like, "What?!"

  • J: Also, I kind of got you the [?]

  • ["Revealing" noises]

  • J: And this is the extra big one.

  • J: With all the types.

  • C: Ohh! I like them.

  • C: Yummy. Thank you. J: Yeah! Santa knows what you're after.

  • C: [Quietly] What is it?

  • J: Oo! It feels kind of--it's very light.

  • J: Very kind of empty-ish. Hello again, Walter!

  • J: Do you come back for every present thinking, "Oh, it's for me"?

  • C: Do you recognise that? J: I think...I think Santa gave this to me last year

  • J: but I just forgot about it.

  • C: Yeah, but it wasn't Santa being silly, thinking, "I'll get the same present again!"

  • C: It was--this is unopened. J: It's literally the same present Santa got me last year.

  • C: This tag has not been broken.

  • C: Appreciate your gift.

  • C: Walter can't resist the sight. He's like, "Unwrapping stuff?" J: You're back!

  • C: "Oh, my God!"

  • C: Aw, yeah!

  • J: Wow! C: I needed one of these.

  • J: It's a hairbrush! C: For the one time a week I brush my hair.

  • J: It works, it works. To be fair. C: Yeah!

  • J: Your hair's shiny... C: Thanks, that's -

  • J: It's gorgeous C: "Shiny. Greasy!"

  • J: No, but it's not, though!

  • J: Because it's all like glossy, and yet it still has body.

  • C: Thanks. J: And oomph.

  • J: Basically, you just have really good genes. C: It gets frizzy if I wash it too much.

  • C: And it's meant to be better for your hair not to brush it every day, because if you brush it every day,

  • it gets more greasy.

  • J: Girl's got a point. C: It pays to be a little bit lazy and