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Too Cheap For Christmas Decorations?

You guys, this is equal parts horrible and genius. Do you know how hard it probably was to find a José, a Jesús, AND a María?
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Hahaha amazing cx
It's a little different from what I learned but it's pretty ingenious
This is coking genius
they forgot the star...ㅋㅋㅋ
if I find those cans I am doing this
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