You've probably been hearing it all day: "Happy Christmas Eve Eve!" You might think it's just a cheeky byproduct of Christmas Eve and the holiday season, but there is a pop culture trivia question embedded in this greeting.
Happy Christmas Eve Eve! (Friends)
During a Christmas episode in season 2, episode 9 of the hit sitcom Friends, Pheobe first drops the phrase "Happy Christmas Eve Eve!" Since then, many see December 23rd as a holiday unto itself. Twitter users took to the social media app this morning to share season's greetings in honor of Phoebe.
Merry Christmas Eve Eve! #Christmas https://t.co/DYE8ySBJy4— The Jolly Caveman (@The Jolly Caveman)1608695061.0
Merry Christmas Eve Eve Eve, have a picture of Batcat under the mistletoe https://t.co/0CIAuSZeVH— Pippa 🎄 (@Pippa 🎄)1608664054.0
Good morning Peeps, Merry Christmas Eve Eve 🎄🎅🏻😊 https://t.co/hRuGVqVUku— BigDawgRomer (@BigDawgRomer)1608705882.0
Merry #Christmas Eve, Eve! Two more sleeps! 🎄🎅🏻🤞🏻🎁 Santa will be getting ready to load up his sleigh at the North P… https://t.co/6lnDqSvBl4— the appy slappers (@the appy slappers)1608711451.0
Merry Christmas Eve Eve 🎅🏼 up to 3 x 10 minute run intervals post stress fracture and feeling good! Drenched but go… https://t.co/Dr1G1aKzfD— Kelly Ruck (@Kelly Ruck)1608732806.0
Happy Christmas Eve Eve to all!