Orchard Street Now a ‘Jingle Hell’ with Fornicating Reindeer and Pissing Santa

Posted on: December 4th, 2017 at 9:43 am by

Of golden showers and horny reindeer.

The Skinny has taken that SantaCon spirit and foisted it upon Hell Square with the kitschy “Jingle Hell’s” television promo stunt. Installing new signage and lewd Christmas decorations on the roof of 174 Orchard Street.

Such as this pissing Santa, complete with neon yellow stream; or the fornicating reindeer (doggie style); or the snowman puking multi-colored vomit.

One area tipster called it an “incredible disgrace to our neighborhood and from an establishment that is routinely problematic during most other times of the year.”

As previously reported, the so-called “anti-holiday” pop-up bar is a promotional gambit for the upcoming SYFY series HAPPY! It’s ten days of drinking events – pitched as a rebellion against the run-of-the-mill holiday cheer – that kicked off this past Friday.

HAPPY! is a new series that follows the graphic novel of same, written by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson. The story follows a cynical hit man who all of a sudden starts seeing a relentlessly optimistic winged unicorn, aptly named Happy. It stars Christopher Meloni and Patton Oswalt.

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