Author's Notes – Ok, originally I wanted to do a sequel to my Christmas fic from last year called All I Want for Christmas but I couldn't think of a thing to do with it so I decided to make an all new holiday fic. Now I know it's a little early but I gave into commercialism this year and started listening to Christmas music and found the inspiration to write this so I hope you like it.

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Disclaimer – I do not own the WWE or any of it's characters nor do I own the wrestlers themselves. If it did, I would be a very happy rich woman married to Adam Copeland...but sadly (tear) I am broke college student and if you sue me you will get a half-eaten bag of cookies and an Abercrombie sweater.

Tink

Mrs. Grinch and Mr. Scrooge

"We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!" A holiday decorated Trish sang loudly as she entered the women's locker room. She was all decked out in a light-up Christmas tree sweater, jingle bell earrings, and twinkling snowman hair clips; a sight the rest of the divas couldn't help but laugh at.

"My, my...aren't we the cheery little one?" Lisa laughed.

"I think she might get mistaken for one of Santa's elves if we go near a mall," Stacy added.

"I personally think someone's dipped into the egg nog a little early this year." Nidia said while poking at the lights on Trish's 'tree.' "Where's the battery pack for this thing?"

"Well all I have to say is being filled with Christmas cheery...yness is better than being a bunch of Grinches because...It's the most wonderful time of the year!" Trish broke back into song as a very disgruntled and very loud Amy Dumas came into the locker room.

"This is the worst time of the year!" She yelled throwing her bag to a nearby corner.

"Something bothering you Amy dear," Lisa asked cautiously.

"Yes! For starters, I just spent the last two days trying to help Jeff put those stupid lights on his house! It was so irritating, we ran out of extension cords, one light would blow and then they all would go out, of course they started to blink next, and when we finally got that fixed we blew a fuse....Twice!

"Of course once you get the lights on the house you have to get a tree, or at least that's what Jeff says. So six hours and fourteen tree lots later we found the perfect tree which we then nearly lost three times while trying to get back in that traffic.

"Then I went to go to the airport where there was almost no parking only to board my plane and sit in front of this annoying little brat who just kept crying because his mother wouldn't buy him something. So I got off the plane, battled my way through the maze of short old men in fezzes with bells only to have the baggage claim blocked by these damn carolers! Add in some bills, a hangover, and some in-laws I don't even have and I'm sure I just about have the twelve pains of Christmas covered." Amy finally took a breath after her long rant and looked over at Trish. "Oh you've got to be kidding me."


"Merry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays! Merry Christmas..." Jason Reso and Chris Irving sang as they came into their locker room.

"Ok it's bad enough you guys have to be all merry and stuff but I draw the line at singing bad N'Sync Christmas carols!" Adam Copeland grumbled from his bench as he laced his shoes.

"Would you rather us go back to singing the Chipmunk carol?" Jay said with a sly grin as Chris broke back into song.

"Want a plane that loops the loop..." Then Jay added his vocal abilities to the song.

"I still want a hula hoop!"

"Enough!" Adam yelled. "Jeez, did you guys dip into the egg nog a little early with Trish?"

"Someone's being a Scrooge," Chris huffed, "let's go spread our cheer elsewhere Jay!"

"Yeah, there are plenty of people on the roster just dying to be cheered by us!" With that the two turned and headed for the door before Jay turned back to Adam. "We still on for the Outback tonight?"

"As long as I don't have to put up with anymore of your singing," came his reply.

"Uh...sure," he lied, "see ya there."


Later that night at the Outback

"Where's Amy? She said she'd be here," Nidia said looking around the restaurant for the tall red head.

"You mean Mrs. Grinch? She got stuck in the back of the parking lot." Trish said adjusting a light on her sweater. "She'll be here."

"She sounds like Adam," Jay laughed.

"You mean Ebenezer," Chris added. "They both are pretty down on the holiday cheer."

"I wonder what has made them so anti-Christmas this year," Trish pondered aloud.

"Isn't it obvious?" Lisa said looking at the confused blondes. "They're both alone right now."

"They're not alone," Trish said defensively.

"Yeah, they've got us!" Jay piped in.

"Not alone like that," Stacy said rolling her eyes knowing now exactly who it was that gave blondes like her a bad name. Randy then picked up where she left off explaining things to her friends in 'simple terms'.

"They are single, unattached, and around this time of year that really starts to suck." Randy smiled as this clicked in trio's heads.

"Well why don't we do something about it?" Trish said.

"And what do you supposed we should do Mrs. Claus?" Lisa asked. Trish was trying to think of what to do when Jay spoke up.

"The Secret Santa!"

"That's a great idea!" Trish and Chris said in unison as they hugged.

"Does anyone else think they speak their own special blond language?" Lisa asked the group as they all nodded to agree.

"Why don't we try to fix up Amy and Adam?" Trish started.

"We can use the Secret Santa as a building block." Jay continued.

"Amy and Adam are perfect for each other, how could they not get together after this?" Chris finished.

"It's like they all share one brain," Randy said amazed by his friends.

"And how are we supposed to make sure they get each other, oh wise ones?" Stacy asked.

"We draw now, and quickly, and then put their names in when we're all done," Trish said as if it were the most obvious thing in the world.

"As scary as this sounds," Nidia started, "I think this is a good idea. Let's do it." Trish squealed in delight as the passed the hat around to set their plan into motion.


Author's Notes 2 – Ok I honestly did not mean to make fun of blondes like I did ( I myself am indeed a blond) so I hope I don't offend anyone by doing that. I just really enjoy writing Chris and Trish as dumb blondes and this time I figured I'd throw Jay into the mix to make it interesting. That's all...hope you enjoyed the first chapter of If Only In My Dreams.Tink