What Does Merry Chrysler Mean?

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Do you remember the short-form video app called ‘Vine?’ Well, it is now defunct, but at one point, it was a thing just like TikTok is a thing today.

So, what does Merry Chrysler mean? What does it have to do with Vine? Merry Chrysler is a phrase from Christine Sydelko’s Vine video in which she purposefully misspells “Merry Christmas.” In future years, the remark became a hilarious way to say “Merry Christmas.”

Christine Sydelko posted the Vine video back in 2015. The clip garnered quite some attention back then and grabbed a whopping 323,000 likes, more than a 101 million loops, and 152,000 revines.

The video went viral on almost every social media platform including Instagram and Twitter.

What has become of Christine Sydelko?

Christine Sydelko, a.k.a. the ‘Merry Chrysler’ lady, shot to online stardom in 2015, but what has she been doing since then?

Now in her mid-20’s, Sydelko had built quite a career for herself on the YouTube platform after she earned insane success on Vine.

As Cosmopolitan reported, Sydelko amassed over 1.3 million YouTube followers by 2019, after she started vlogging with Elijah Daniel in the year 2015 and then going solo in 2018.

Regrettably, Christine ended her blooming YouTube career abruptly. That happened a few years ago. According to Cosmopolitan, the comedian explained, “I quit the internet stuff just fyi it’s such a trivial job i can’t stand the people getting in fake drama for attention or acting like they’re a creative when they just film themselves living it was sorta fun while it lasted but i value my privacy more than followers now see ya.

She is still active on Instagram

What is interesting is that Christine Sydelko may have left YouTube on grounds of Privacy, but she is still active on Instagram with 697K followers and 271 posts. You can check out her profile here.

So, what does Merry Chrysler mean? Nothing but Merry Christmas! That’s it! It was only a purposefully mispronounced phrase that still remains in use mostly as a part of memes or just a fun way to wish people during Christmas.