On the fifth Day of Christmas

Short and sweet today, let’s get to it.

“On the fifth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, fiiiiiiiiive golden riiiiiiiings.”

The best part about this in the song is that you can really belt this part. It’s a bridge between the ones you know for sure (1-4) and the ones you’re not so sure about (6-12). Anyway, guys, if you’re getting your significant other five golden rings I’m pretty sure you can never be in the doghouse again. That’s a “Get out of Jail Free” card for like two years. So a good giving idea (assuming they’re fake and not actually real because then you’d be broke, although you obvi say they’re real) but you can’t really do too much with them.

GRADE: A OR B-, varying on whether you’re on the giving or receiving end.

“On the fifth day of Christmas, my pizan gave to me, fiiiiive pinky riiiiiings.”

Same thing here. You give you’re Italian uncle a pinky ring I’m pretty sure he gives you a Benjamin the next ten times you see him. And old Italian dudes like to kiss it and it’s funny and everyone gets real Italian when the pinky rings get brought out. However, I would never where a pinky ring unless it had some sort of sentimental value. So thanks but no thanks.

GRADE: see above.

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