Do you need some new music for the holiday season? Microsoft might have you covered.
Microsoft releases the only album you need this holiday season: Microsoft Holiday Hits!
What is Microsoft Holiday Hits?
Microsoft Holiday Hits is "the largest collection of vacation songs ever put together".
At least it would be if it were real. The official Microsoft tweet that revealed the fake album simultaneously sparked holiday hopes and destroyed them in an instant.
Who doesn't want Microsoft classics like "Enjoy your word, spell check is done" and "Please be silent, you happy gentlemen, you're talking way too loud, we're trying to have a meeting, you're screaming." in a crowd? "
It also features instant holiday hits like Windows Wonderland, Frosty the Windowsman and The Most Wonderful Teams of the Year, available on "four CDs or four long-play cassettes".
Not to forget the chance to hear the classic "Azure Lang Syne" in 2021.
Azure Lang Syne. I'm dead. I need this right now.
– Christina Warren (@film_girl) December 11, 2020
This, of course, is a fantastic vacation parody from Microsoft. But there's a small segment of every Microsoft fan who wishes this was real if it brought a dining table or kitchen just for the ridiculous holiday cheer.
It's not the only way Microsoft is engaging in vacation time, either. Microsoft's ugly sweaters are one of the most sought-after gifts of the holiday season, and they sell out constantly in minutes.
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