"The ginormous cat’s sole purpose in life is to eat children (and adults, some say) that do not get a new piece of clothing before Christmas. Yes, it devours financially disadvantaged children.This is the kind of message Icelanders like to send out in their folklore: if you do not have the money or means of acquiring new items of clothing before the festival of lights, you will be eaten by a gigantic cat."
Yes, this is a tongue-in-cheek piece on the Jólakötturinn (the Christmas Cat), the oddly grim accessory to the season as enjoyed by our friends in Iceland. For the rest of the piece - and you will not only laugh, but enjoy the artwork - visit here.
For a translated poem about this judgemental feline, look here. And if I were you I would make sure everyone gets at least new socks for the holiday.