The Best Way to Get Family Home For The Holidays…Fake Your Death

December 6, 2015
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German supermarket company Edeka recently released their 2015 holiday ad, and it has one of the most unexpected plot twists of all time

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The ad begins with a little old man getting the news that his family won’t make it to Christmas, so he spends the holiday ALONE.

This Depressing Christmas Ad Is Enraging Everyone

In a depressing turn of events, he DIES and his family is left to cope with the news of his death.

This Depressing Christmas Ad Is Enraging Everyone

They all reunite at his place to honor his life…

This Depressing Christmas Ad Is Enraging Everyone

…But PLOT TWIST, LOL JK he’s not dead — he just wanted to see his family.

This Depressing Christmas Ad Is Enraging Everyone
This Depressing Christmas Ad Is Enraging Everyone
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Because there’s nothing that says “great holiday dinner” like faking your own death.

This Depressing Christmas Ad Is Enraging Everyone

Needless to say, people were all sorts of confused, happy, sad, and angry.

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