Stupid Christmas carols - You're a mean one Mr. Grinch

    Once again I am back with another stupid Christmas carol this time the Grinch song. Now I should mention I've never seen/read the Grinch movie/film/video/book I don't even know what the title of it is, or what it is, though I'm guessing Dr. Seuss wrote it. This song doesn't really have too many problems with it, but what does it have to deal with Christmas?
You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch.
You really are a heel.
You're as cuddly as a cactus,
You're as charming as an eel,
Mr. Grinch.
You're a bad banana with a greasy black peel.
You're a monster, Mr. Grinch.
Your heart's an empty hole.
Your brain is full of spiders.
You've got garlic in your soul, Mr Grinch.
I wouldn't touch you with a
Thirty-nine and a half foot pole.
You're a vile one, Mr. Grinch.
You have termites in your smile,
You have all the tender sweetness of a seasick crocodile,
Mr Grinch.
Given the choice between the two of you,
I'd take the seasick crocodile.
You're a foul one, Mr. Grinch.
You're a nasty wasty skunk.
Your heart is full of unwashed socks.
Your soul is full of gunk,
Mr Grinch.
The three best words that best describe you,
Are as follows, and I quote
"Stink!
Stank!
Stunk!"
You're a rotter Mr Grinch
You're the king of sinful sots
Your hearts a dead tomato splotched with moldy purple spots
Mr Grinch
Your sole is a appalling dump heap
Overflowing with the most disgraceful
Assortment of deplorable rubbish imaginable,
Mangled up in tangled up knots.
You nauseate me, Mr Grinch
With a noxious super nos
You're a crooked jerky jockey and,
You drive a crooked hoss
Mr Grinch!
You're a three-decker sauerkraut
And toadstool sandwich,
With arsenic sauce!

      I was under the impression that there were two main ideas about Christmas, either it is Santa and gifts, or Jesus' birth. I don't see this song fitting either of those. In fact if it weren't for the fact this song is only played around Christmas I'd of never thought it was a Christmas song.
     As I said before there really isn't too much in this song to pick on, of course there are a few made up words but that is to expected from Dr. Seuss.
     I don't understand the thirty-nine and a half foot pole, wouldn't a forty foot pole work as well, or would the singer touch him with a pole that was thirty-nine feet and seven inches long?
     Termites in a smile? Really, correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't termites bugs that eat wood? So what are they doing in a smile, how can you even have something in a smile, its a facial expression.
     This part really gets me, and I quote, stink, stank, stunk. Excuse me but who is being quoted? When quoting naming the original speaker serves to give proper credit and establish a sense of trust. A quote with out attribution has little value and pulls no weight.
 
     I'll probably be posting some more of these reviews in the next few coming days so keep your eyes peeled.