When seeing "Each Who down in Who-Ville, the tall and the little,/Was singing! With no presents by any stretch of the imagination!", it affirmed with himself that the love for the occasion between the Who was certifiable. The Whos not at all like the Grinch had just discovered their adoration and having a place inside one another.
The crowd got the opportunity to see the genuine character of the Whos and the Grinch. The Grinch underneath his probably insidious self was a desolate individual longing to be cherished. The Whos clutched each other to get past their hardship which further unveiled how real their affection for one another and for the occasion. Maybe the title "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" ought to have been changed into "How the Grinch and the Whos lived joyfully ever after".