Want to know how the night before Nickmas really goes down? Check out this holiday poem featuring all your favorite characters and find out. Oh, and happy holidays!!
"Twas the night before Nickmas, and all through the street, Not a turtle was stirring. Even Mikey, asleep!
The buttersocks were hung by the chimney with care,
And Sam hoped MORE PRESENTS soon would be there.
The Rabbids were nestled all snug in their beds,
While visions of plungers danced in their heads.
Then what to Noodman's neighborly eyes did appear,
But a strange sponge-y figure, and... a snail dressed as a deer?
Down the chimney he went and he hit with a squish,
To bring presents and joy and grant everyone's wish.
His eyes how they twinkled, his socks kinda smelly,
And his tummy, it shook like a bowl full of jellies!
He laughed as he filled all the stockings with gifts,
Then he sprang up the chimney and said with a twist,
"On Gary! On Gary! On Gary! On Gary!
Come on... you're a snail, but you're so slow it's scary!"
But soon they slumped their way on through the night,
And he yelled, "Happy Nicksmas to all, and to all a good-night!"