Michelle C Makes Us Naughty Tipples (Video)

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Clean Plate Charlie would now like to ask all the kiddies to leave the room because it's time to learn to make some naughty tipples with a sexy Santa as your bartendress.

Michelle C's YouTube channel is filled with helpful cock-tail recipes.

As she helpfully demonstrates these delicious drinks, it's hard to keep your eyes on the tipple and not... ummm... elsewhere.

Nevertheless, Michelle's drinks are actually easy and delicious. Now sit back and learn a thing or two as this Betty Page lookalike who says she's double-jointed and can imitate a munchkin makes us three drinks, after the jump:

Here's Michelle's recipe for Candy Cane Cocoa:

It's not eggnog - it's Egg Schnogg (and it looks extracreamy):

A Gingerbread Martini tastes just like the cookie:

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