SNL's 'Back Home Ballers' NAIL going back home for Christmas

SNL's 'Back Home Ballers' NAIL going back home for Christmas

Booked your trip home for Christmas? This is bound to get you excited!

The women of the hit American TV show ‘Saturday Night Live’ have done it again and this is exactly what we were looking for to get us into the Christmas spirit.

Leslie, Cecily, Sasheer, Kate, Vanessa, Cameron and Baby Aida form the ‘back home ballers’ in which they rap about all things ‘coming home for Thanksgiving’, which for most of us translates to ‘coming home from Christmas’.

And few lines definitely rang home with us …

“Head straight to the fridge like a boss yo, hell ya my mom went to costco (tesco)”

SNL's 'Back Home Ballers' NAIL going back home for Christmas

Oh that feeling of opening the fridge to see all the goodies that you don’t allow yourself to buy, but since they went to all the trouble I suppose we have to oblige.

“The password starts with 17 0’s B45ItngX3331458tdq314w”

SNL's 'Back Home Ballers' NAIL going back home for Christmas

That’s if you can find it of course “Oh that’s written down somewhere.”

“In pajamas that cost ten dollar”

SNL's 'Back Home Ballers' NAIL going back home for Christmas

Need we say more than new Christmas pajamas from Penneys.

Prepare to get in the spirit and watch the full video here:

Nailed it.

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