Teen Beat, Tiger Beat, 16, Bop: these tween rags introduced us to all our first crushes. Every Tuesday, we remember the dudes that decorated our photo binders. This week, we get festive with five different yuletide hunks. You're welcome.

Christmas is a magical time! It's a time of family, togetherness, and cheer — and of JTT in a santa suit.

In honor of the most wonderful time of the year, we're celebrating five dudes of the 1990s we really wanted to jingle all the way with.

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1. Jonathan Taylor Thomas in I'll Be Home For Christmas (1998)

This movie pretty much only existed to make teenage girls scream. JTT was 17, putting him at peak cuteness, and the romantic lady-lead was Jessica Biel of Seventh Heaven fame. Pretty much Christmas Kryptonite for adolescent us.

It’s pretty cheesy, but the film serves its purpose well. Jonathan plays Jake, an entitled, rich college boy that promises his girlfriend, Allie, a traditional Christmas at his parents' house — parents who have bribed him to come home with a car. He's all set to hit the road when his buds haze him by dressing him up like Santa and ditching him in the middle of a desert, so he spends this whole goofy comedy hitchhiking home, learning to roll with the Santa outfit, and learning the true meaning of Christmas.

2. Ashton Kutcher in That 70s Show's "The Best Christmas Ever" (1998)

We first fell in love with the gorgeous Ashton in That '70s Show, where he first met his IRL girlfriend Mila Kunis!

In true Michael Kelso fashion, Ashton’s character doesn't learn any big Christmas lessons in "The Best Christmas Ever" — just that if you cut down your own tree, you have 40 extra dollars for beer. He's so dumb. And so pretty.

3. Dylan McDermott in Miracle on 34th Street (1994)

Okay, so maybe we were the closer to the age of little Susan Walker (Mara Wilson) when Miracle on 34th Street remake hit the theaters in 1994. But that scene where the dreamy Bryan Bedford (Dylan McDermott) proposes to Susan's mom Dorey Walker (Elizabeth Perkins) after Midnight Mass melts us into a festive little puddle every time. He is the handsomest.

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4. Will Smith in Fresh Prince of Bel-Air's "'Twas the Night Before Christening" (1993)

Will Smith was super-cute in every Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Christmas special (and episode, really), but in "'Twas the Night Before Christening," Will brings our favorite makeout band Boyz II Men into the mix… to sing at his cousin's Christening. Oh well. Maybe we can make out afterwards.

5. Jack Skellington in The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

Yes, Jack Skellington is a skeleton, but he is the most gentlemanly, best-dressed man on this whole list. Insert "bone" pun here.

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