Will the site be celebrating the festive season at all?
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closed as not constructive by animuson♦, Toon Krijthe, Rory, Martijn Pieters, Manishearth Dec 25 '12 at 13:54
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Bookmark the link you see, and run the bookmarklet repeatedly. I'll let the results speak for themselves:
Alternatively, run repeatedly this in your browser's developer tools console:
(Wait a second after the first run for the script to load first before Chrismersifying to your heart's content)
As a bonus, here's a userstyle to let all of you enjoy the Christmas spirit all the time without having the click on that bookmarklet all the time: http://userstyles.org/styles/41559
Now working with chat too!
In addition, if you want just the snow, use this script:
The script will also run on other websites, though not as nicely. I'll work on the script for a little longer, so things might break occasionally. Any suggestions welcome!
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