A Variety of Christmas Patterns for Your Underwear this Holiday Season
Brighten up dismal winter days and get yourself in the holiday spirit with fun Christmas boxer briefs! Whether you decide to put ninjas on your North Pole, or polar bears on your package, you can rock your cock in a different pair of funny men’s Christmas underwear for all twelve days of Christmas. Deck your balls with festive string lights, stone-cold snowflakes, or fornicating forest creatures, and you’ll feel as festive and carefree as the eleventh lord a-leaping.
Go ahead and rock around the Christmas tree all you want. Your sleigh bells are guaranteed not to jingle inside this package, but once it’s unwrapped, it’s definitely not going to be a silent night. That’s because Mama is way more likely to be spotted kissing Santa Claus when he’s got Rudolph’s red nose on a pair of funny Christmas boxers to guide his sleigh at night, if you know what we’re sayin’.
Men's Boxers are the Perfect Gift for Everyone on Your Naughty List
Forget leaving out a plate full of cookies and a glass of milk, just drop these funny Christmas boxers under the mistletoe and you’ll find yourself upgraded from Santa’s little helper to Santa baby faster than you can say “ho ho ho.” Trust us, these Santa boxers aren’t the underoos he got in his stocking as a kid. Plus, Christmas underwear like this is less messy and more practical than the dick in a box he tried to give you last year, and nuzzling his nutcracker in a soft pair of Christmas underwear will have you both feeling festive as fuck in no time.
Get a Laugh with our Funny Christmas Boxer Briefs
A pair of Christmas boxer briefs is sure to be the most stolen item at your dirty Santa gift exchange, and these naughty Christmas underwear will get a laugh out of everyone from sweet Great Aunt Mildred to your perpetually trashed Uncle Bob. He probably wears Christmas boxer briefs year-round. That’s because with hilarious designs and extreme comfort, a pair of red Santa boxers can turn any day into Festivus, and that’s what we call the reason for the season.