The Cookie Cutter Christmas Movie Drinking Game!

We’ve all heard the classic Christmas tales that are pumped through every television station from November to January. Boy/girl losses faith in Christmas, has miraculous adventure, meaning of Christmas is found. Hurray! So to help you get through this slog of feel-good movies we decided to come up with the Cookie Cutter Christmas Movie Drinking Game to make sure the egg-nog is flowing this holiday season.

What You’ll Need To Play

For this game just pop on any given Christmas movie that follows a pretty typical story arch. Then grab your favorite holiday beverage and follow these easy drinking rules. Basically this game will work with any lifetime straight to TV Christmas movie or any classic hallmark Christmas movie you can find.

The Cookie Cutter Christmas Movie Drinking Game Rules

Take a sip of your drink whenever…

  • Santa Clause are mentioned by name
  • A present is opened
  • Kids are playing in the snow
  • An ugly Christmas sweater is seen
  • There’s a shot of someone putting up their holiday decorations
  • There’s a hectic shopping scene
  • Anyone says “Merry Christmas!”
  • The J-man is mentioned by name (Jesus)
  • Someone is seen drinking a holiday drink such as Egg-Nog or apple cider
  • Someone uses some kind of holiday magic
  • A classic holiday jingle starts up

Take a big chug of your drink whenever….

  • Someone says Santa isn’t real
  • Anyone uses the phrase “The meaning of Christmas”
  • There’s some very clear product placement
  • Grandma gifts someone socks

Finsh Your Drink Whenever…

  • Someone discovers the true meaning of Christmas
  • There’s a romantic kiss to cap off the movie
  • “Christmas dinner is ruined!”


That about wraps it up for this hallmark Christmas movie drinking game. It should go without saying that you should never use games like this to drink to excess so please take care and drink responsibly. If you liked our Cookie Cutter Christmas Drinking Game and wanted to check out some more awesome games to help lighten the mood for the holidays we suggest taking a look at our Christmas Dinner Drinking Rules. Cheers!