Does the Grinch have a phone number? What is the Grinch Phone number then?
As a lot of Christmas fans (or even people who don’t like Christmas) claim one can talk to the Grinch on the phone by calling a holiday hotline and the Famous Grinch will be at the other side of the line to have a sweet conversation with you.
The truth is Christmas fans can listen to a series of classic Christmas stories and poems by calling a holiday hotline. What you also need to know is that this hotline is not Grinch’s phone number specific. While you can hear various short Christmas poems, “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” appears to be included in the stories.
In December mostly, with the holiday season in full flow, some social media users usually begin to spread a message purporting to have the phone number of the Grinch, the cuddly-as-a-cactus, charming-as-an-eel, eponymous character of Dr. Seuss’s famous children’s book, “How The Grinch Stole Christmas”. The post usually comes with the phone number of the Grinch on it asking Christmas and Grinch lovers to call.
While dialing 712-832-8555 may bring you some holiday happiness, it is not a direct connection to Whoville.
This is the FreeConference.com Christmas Story Hotline number. You’ll hear an audio recording of numerous Christmas stories and poetry if you call this number. When we phoned, we heard “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas,” “A Chubby Snowman,” “A Toast to Santa Claus,” “Wintertime,” and “The Funniest Face,” among other short Christmas poetry. However, we did not hear “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”
ABC Action News reported in 2019, the post read “The Grinch is a famous Christmas figure, despite being as cuddly as a cactus. If your children, or, let’s be honest, you, like the classic holiday tale, we have a phone number you must call. Gather the family, hook your phone up to a speaker, and dial 712-832-8555, and listen to the classic story.”
The post was encouraging people that people they could call the Christmas Story Hotline, with the Grinch phone number being “712-832-8555” to hear the classic tale of the Grinch, but that no longer appears to be the case. Snopes fact check made it know they are reaching out to FreeConrerence.com for more information about the Grinch phone number.
From their checks with freeconference.com, they calm FreeConference.com noted that Christmas fans and Grinch lovers in Canada should use the number 867-292-5957, and people in the United Kingdom can call 0333-113-0054.
a brief video about the Christmas Story Hotline:
This social media rumor does not contain the Grinch’s phone number. I guess your questions about the grinch phone number have been answered.
During my research with the number, I found an answer from Brian Thomas on answer.com which also confirmed that the Grinch doesn’t have a specific number, her said “The Grinch is a fictional character and does not have a phone number. Some YouTube users post videos about “calling the Grinch,” but they’re faking the call; just as you can’t call Batman or Superman, you can’t call the Grinch. You can, however, call Santa Claus. His number (managed by a website called FreeConferenceCall, which runs the Santa hotline to promote their services) is 1-605-313-4000. Standard rates apply.”
Dr. Seuss invented the Grinch as a fictitious character. He is well recognized for being the primary character of the children’s book How the Grinch Stole Christmas! published in 1957.
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The Grinch is a hairy, pot-bellied, pear-shaped, snub-nosed monster with a pessimistic disposition and a cat-like visage. He’s usually colored avocado green in full-color versions. He has lived in solitude on a rock overlooking the town of Whoville for the last 53 years.
The Grinch, in contrast to the cheery Whos, is misanthropic and irritable. The cause for this is a matter of debate among the Whos, although the general view is that he was born with a “two-size-too-small” heart. He despises the Christmas season in particular, expressing his displeasure with the numerous sounds associated with the season, particularly the singing of Christmas songs. Unable to stand the holiday any longer, he decides to destroy it once and for all.