Chances are you'll be watching 'A Christmas Story' at least once over the next few days. Ever since TBS started airing 24 hours of the film beginning Christmas Eve through Christmas Day, it's become a tradition in many households to keep their televisions tuned in to Ralphie's X-mas-related trials and tribulations for hours upon hours on end.

As such, there's a good chance a few questions may pop up while the film is playing in the background, attempting to drown out Uncle Eddie's post-Christmas dinner snoring. We'll be taking the next couple of days to answer some of those questions for you, this way when your little cousin Bobby turns and asks whether a person can really have yellow eyes, you'll be waiting with a smile and the correct answer.

'A Christmas Story' Myths: Can a Person Really Have Yellow Eyes?

Short Answer: Yes

Longer Answer: As Ralphie continues on his quest to acquire the elusive Red Ryder BB Gun, he's continually threatened by the local bully, Scut Farkus. When we're first introduced to Farkus, Ralphie's voice-over points out that he has yellow eyes -- so help me god, yellow eyes! But is it really possible for a person to have yellow eyes?
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Based on the humorous writings of author Jean Shepherd, this beloved holiday movie follows the wintry... Read More