WHY I'M DEATHLY AFRAID OF CLAYMATION CHRISTMAS MOVIES

You know what I'm talking about
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    Why is this man's chin so long??? Or mouth so high???
  2. 2.
    His beards will never cease to freak me out, look at the the perfect curve at the bottom, grown completely straight around his face, and unbelievable thickness.
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    Now, I understand that claymation is a precise and delicate art, but any scene with the characters walking,
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    Or dancing,
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    Is the equivalent of the zombie apocalypse happening and seeing people slowly and stiffly walking towards you to eat your brains
  6. 6.
    Why is there a caveman?? Where did Thomas Jefferson come from?? Where are this baby's parents??
  7. 7.
    Take a look at those teeth
  8. 8.
    Striking the sassiest pose of 1974 and sporting a spherical nose without nostrils
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    I think this is were much of my trauma was fostered
  10. 10.
    Part 2
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    I'm not even going to judge this kids ears. Where are his pupils???? His giant mop of yellow hair and glossy face haunts me in my sleep
  12. 12.
    I'll just leave this one here
  13. 13.
    Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July overall was very unnecessary
  14. 14.
    You know Frosty just heard some juicy gossip. Also, l'm still not comfortable looking at Frosty and his family when they're not cartoons.
  15. 15.
    Again, no pupils
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    I feel like her neck is too small to keep her in place. And her hairstyle gives me a freaky vibe
  17. 17.
    One of the saddest scenes in cinematic history, I also find children in these movies to make me especially uneasy (Eyelashes were a nice touch though)
  18. 18.
    This (and most of the circus people from the movie)
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    The disproportional face and eyebrow shape/position really grinds my gears
  20. 20.
    ??????
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    But I will always be a sucker for Rudolph, Hermey and their story of misfits finding solace in each other.