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5 videos that celebrate the spirit of giving and family this Christmas

WestJet's Christmas video has been going viral around this festive season since last two years.

By: Express Web Desk |
December 23, 2015 1:43:38 pm

Christmas is around the corner and your social media feeds will be full of festive spirit with people sharing Christmas photos and videos, reminding you of the familial and happy festival that Christmas is. There are videos aplenty in this world wide web that reflect the holiday spirit, but few that go really viral. Here are five that bring the Christmas cheer to millions.

A free trip to Hawaii to a veteran wounded in Afghanistan, a huge LED TV to a family, a notepad to a little one, toffees and chocolates to randoms on Airport are among the very few gifts WestJest, a Calgary based airline has been giving over the past four years. In what they called, ‘mini miracles’, WestJet gave thousands of gifts across 90 destinations and the the expression on people’s faces is priceless.

However, every year, the company’s most shared video remains the one released in 2013 when they surprised passengers of their flight with gifts their Santa had asked them before boarding.

Not only companies are making people happy, people who follow American series ‘Orange Is The New Black’, here’s how the ‘inmates’ would like to wish you a merry Christmas.

Everyone knows Santa’s sleigh is pulled by his reindeer but Boston Dynamics, US based Robotics company, went ahead and created Big Dog quadruped robot which is pulling Santa’s sleigh. Well, it’s pretty awesome!

Ever seen an evil Santa? Imagine Darth Vader, the Star Wars’ villain, dressed as Santa. Amusing enough? In this hilarious video, Darth Santa makes a total mess of someone’s house instead of bringing the expected cheer. May the Christmas spirit be with you!

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