This hilarious video will bring even more joy to your holiday season.

By Hollee Actman Becker
December 02, 2016

In case you missed it the first time around, this hilarious retelling of the Christmas story is now back by popular demand, just in time for the holiday!

Produced in 2015 by Southland Christian Church, the viral video—which has more than 15 million shares on Facebook—features a group of kids from Kentucky putting their own spin on the iconic tale, as it's simultaneously acted out by a game crew of grown-ups dressed up as the biblical characters.

"When an angel came to see Mary, she was home doing laundry," one little boy explains, as we see Mary visited by Gabriel, who informs her that she's gonna have a baby and she will call it Jesus.

But Mary is all: "I'm not going have a baby yet. I'm only a teenager and I'm not married!"

Clearly this chick has never seen an episode of Teen Mom OG.

Turns out, of course, that old Gabe was right. And later, we see the three wise men heading for a barn in Bethle-ha-ha-ham, where they gift Mary, Joseph, and their new baby Jesus with a purple stuffed hippo, some diapers, and a pair of Jordans. Because, duh.

"He's adorable," the first wise man proclaims, gazing down at the miraculous newborn.

"He's gonna be our best friend," says the second.

And from the third: "I love you and you da best baby I ever seen."

So much better than a Hallmark movie marathon!

Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and a mom. Check out her website for more, and then follow her on Twitter at @holleewoodworld.