You're lugging around a bulky coat. The lines at the airport are unbearable. And there's always someone insufferable on your plane (and, usually, sitting right next to you).
But it doesn't have to be an express jet to hell. This year, WestJet pulled off the sweetest "miracle" for passengers, with a little help from Santa and his elves (er, their employees). Santa asked passengers what they wanted for Christmas – only to find their presents coming down the baggage shoot when they arrived at their destination.
Plus: Another video that will make you weep, more that will make you laugh, the trailer for the Dr. Who Christmas special, and more of the most important random things online.
WestJet's Commercial Fulfills Passengers' Christmas Wishes
Even though the guy who asked for "socks and underwear" is probably regretting his choice, this ad is sure to make even the Scroogiest of hearts grow three sizes. (At which point, you should probably see a doctor.)
Singer-Songwriter Matt Beilis Tells the Story of a Childhood Sweetheart in "Perfect for Me" Video
If you weren't crying at the WestJet commercial, you are now.
High Schooler Makes Behind-the-Back Basket Shot
Marvey'o Otey, from Virginia's William Byrd High School, hurled a basketball from behind his back as he was about to head out of bounds – and he made the shot. Then Bugs Bunny and pals showed up to recruit Otey to help them win a basketball game with some evil aliens…oh sorry. That's Space Jam.
The Dr. Who Christmas Trailer Promises Even More Monsters
Half of your timeline is really excited. The other half thinks his name is Dr. Who.
Paul Rudd and Jason Segel Are in an "Altered State" During I Love You, Man Interview
It's an old video, but it just gained traction this week. Probably because Rudd and Segel only now got back from their post-interview Taco Bell run.
Alison Brie and Danny Pudi Danced in Celebration of Wrapping Season 5 of Community
Sadly, more people watched this Vine than are watching Community.
R. Kelly Did a Twitter Q&A About His New Album
He wanted to answer questions about his new album, Black Panties. Twitter had other ideas.
They made fun of his appearance.
They made fun of his, ahem, reputation.
And they asked the question we all were wondering.