The engineers that be at YouTube are getting into the season by giving online video viewers the power to channel them some Dean Martin.

In the same vein, but a different holiday spirit as the internet’s largest video sharing site’s Audio Preview Button for inane commenters, Actually Good Tab that spoofed America’s finest news source, annoying but addictive Vuvuzela Button, and rainbow-bright Nyan Cat Progress Bar, comes the latest quirky feature to be added to a player that’s seen 88.2 billion times a month worldwide. The Let it Snow Button.

Check it out in action in one of the latest installments of LivePrudeGirlsLet’s Talk About Something More Interesting featuring Tubefilter’s very own Marc Hustvedt. (Editor’s Note: Given the title of the show, you think they could’ve found a better guest. ZING!)

To enable some snowflake-falling action, simply click on the snowflake-y looking button on the bottom-right of the video player next to the Closed Captioning icon. Then watch and enjoy as some no-two-are-alike flakes fall down the screen and accumulate at the bottom. For some interactive fun, move your mouse around the video player to simulate wind. The flakes will fall wherever you blow them. You’ll also notice the progress bar features a starry snowflake-looking sphere as opposed to your regular average circle.

Only a small percentage of YouTube videos have the Let it Snow Button enabled. Stay away from that frightful weather outside, turn the lights way down low, and enjoy the delightful fire while you find them.

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