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#Blogmas Day 22 πŸŽ„πŸŽ‰

Hii everyone! Hope you’re all doing great and are having a great week and day! It’s 3 days to Christmas!

Every Christmas, everyone follows different and unique traditions which makes Christmas in every house very special! Here are 2 facts each about Christmas Traditions in 3 different countries!

The United Kingdom

1. Silver Coin in Christmas Pudding: In Britain, a silver coin is hidden in the delicious Christmas Pudding dessert and it is said that it brings luck to those who find it!

2. Boxing Day: Boxing Day is a public holiday the day after Christmas and there are many theories on why it is so!

The United States of America

1. Putting up lights: Americans love to decorate the outside of their houses with beautiful lights. They often also decorate statues of Santa and his much adored reindeer!

2. Cookies and Milk: A majority of young kids leave out a plate of cookies and a glass of milk just in case Santa gets thirsty and hungry on his trip delivering presents!


1. No Santa: Yes! You read that right, there’s no Santa in Spain. Instead, they get presents from the Three Wise Men!

2. El DΓ­a de los Santos Inocentes: While the rest of the world plays pranks on each other on April Fool’s Day, in Spain, it’s on December Fool’s Day!

I hope you all enjoyed reading this post! See you all tomorrow for the next one!! Have a great day ahead!

Byee πŸ˜„


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  1. Haha yes, I loved reading this and I would certainly like to get to the bottom of why there is a “Boxing Day” immediately after one of the most peaceful days of the year πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. And the tradition of kids leaving out milk and cookies for Santa just in case he gets hungry, was hilarious to me; it is definitely not a tradition that I had known about before haha

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      1. Yeah, that could be totally true haha. I was like you and not sure what the purpose of the day was since I had never looked into its purpose. I just saw it as one big global holiday after Christmas day, that may have some kind of loose relation to the “sport” of “boxing” πŸ˜‚.

        The thought of boxing presents would have never occurred to me because I generally expected that all things related to the idea of Christmas and presents would atleast occur a day or two *before Christmas instead of the day after, and then from that point on, most attention would shift to old-years and ringing in the new year. Then again, the whole entire month of December overall is considered the season of Christmas πŸŽ„β­πŸ˜„.

        But after looking into it, your perspective is actually correct. I still need to do more research but apparently, it’s designated to be a “shopping holiday” of sorts lol. Sorry about the long post, I just found the subject interest.

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      1. Haha exactly, If those kids don’t get the bestest most awesome gifts from Santa for displaying such kindness and compassion, I don’t know what will; it’s very adorable πŸ˜„πŸŽπŸŽ„

        Yes I loved reading it, as well as your lovely poem my friend. You have done a tremendous job with the Blogmas series and I really really respect you dearly.

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          1. Awww you are welcome Aditi. You are a glorious blessing and I wish you nothing but the best for the New Year and I also wish that you have a very awesome Christmas and I hope that you’ll be safe haha

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  2. It is interesting isn’t it? Oh yeah, I remember once my friends told me it was a whole thing to make people spend money. But these little things give you so much satisfaction when you find out the reason!
    No problem! I absolutely loved your comment! What a great interaction it has been!

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    1. Yes it surely is. And you summed it up perfectly when you said that finding out the real reason for things gives you more satisfaction πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜„.

      Your friends are speaking wise words. I don’t doubt that Boxing Day started out with very good intentions but then somewhere along the line became massively exploited lol

      Thank you very much, I am humbled by your kindness. I cherished our interaction as well; I was not expecting to learn anything new today but I did and I am happy about that, so kudos for correcting me because I was totally lost before on the matter but now i’m found hahaa

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        1. So true, I really loved how you put it; those words have never been truer my frend πŸ‘πŸ˜‚. The more time goes on, is the clearer they become lol. Thank you for the good laugh and the wise words βœŒοΈπŸ’™πŸ˜‚

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