See If You Can Guess These 22 Completely True & Obscure Holiday Facts
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True or False: The Coca-Cola Company is credited with inventing the modern representation of Santa Claus.
How can you tell if a cranberry is ripe?
December 25th was originally celebrated by what group?
Which character has appeared the most as a Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloon?
How many years does it take to grow a Christmas tree to a suitable size for decorating?
What is mistletoe originally a symbol of?
True or False: Dr. Seuss' Grinch has always been green.
What now-common utensil was missing from the first Thanksgiving dinner?
What is the month of January named after?
Which American president banned Christmas trees in the White House?
What does the phrase "auld lang syne" translate to?
Who coined the term "Cyber Monday"?
Why was "A Charlie Brown Christmas" not liked by its network executives?
Which U.S. holiday racks up the biggest bar tabs nationally?
Which of the below choices is NOT an alternative name for Santa Claus?
Which day in the holiday season has more people participating than the annual visitor count at Disney World?
Which Founding Father wanted to make the humble turkey the United States' national bird?
Why didn't the FBI like classic holiday movie "It's A Wonderful Life"?
What traditional holiday dish was eaten by the astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin while in orbit?
If you bought every present for your love according to "The Twelve Days of Christmas", how much money would you spend?
Which Christmas song is the all-time number one, based on copies sold?
In the U.S., which food is typically served on New Year's Day to bring good luck?