"What are you waiting for? Christmas?"
an expression used to express one's impatience with a situation
Related words and phrases:
Two friends are talking ...
Friend 1: Have you sent your resignation email to the boss yet?
Friend 2: Not yet.
Friend 1: How long ago did you make the decision to resign?
Friend 2: About a month.
Friend 1: And how long have you had the email ready to send?
Friend 2: About a week.
Friend 1: Well, go ahead and send the email then. What are you waiting for? Christmas?
The light has been green for ten seconds.
Saying "What are you waiting for? Christmas?" could be considered a little rude.
1) So why don't you all arrest these fraudsters. What are you waiting for, Christmas? You Government employees work for us, the tax paying public.
2) Even if you’re not a member of the Magenta carrier, it will also work on Verizon or AT&T. So what are you waiting for? Christmas? Treat yourself with the top tablet that won’t break the bank!
3) There you have it. A nice short, concise list of products that you can grab in a hurry. What are you waiting for? Christmas?
4) I like you say "I can't wait till Haskell makes some real changes." What are you waiting for? Christmas? Instead of typing on a message board maybe you should be making those changes instead of talking about them.
5) Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story is easily a contender for Nintendo DS game of the year, and by now you should have bolted to the store to snag yourself a copy. If you haven't, what are you waiting for...Christmas?
6) Next time someone says, what are you waiting for? Christmas? You could very well already have said Merry Christmas to the Trees, courtesy, BMW.
7) Even though it’s 50% larger than the original, it’s still the same price! What are you waiting for? Christmas?
8) What are you waiting for.. Christmas? Move in TODAY!
9) What are you waiting for? Christmas? Get yourselves down there!
10) You’re only five questions away from a definitive answer as to what you should do for Thanksgiving, so what are you waiting for? Christmas?