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Christmas is 46% of people’s most favorite holiday. Many people enjoy the weather, decorations, presents and more! Christmas brings joy to everyone and makes many people happier.  Some people don’t enjoy Christmas because of their beliefs or an event that happened in the past.

However, According to “21 Interesting Facts and Information About Christmas for Kids,” it states that Santa Claus did not always dress up in red clothes. Santa Claus initially wore clothes that were in green, purple, or blue. For many years, this was the common theme for the jolly old man at the North Pole. However, Coca Cola decided to dress him up in colors that match their brand and it stuck. So this is why he is always in red clothes now! It is stated that 84 percent had believed in Santa at some point during their childhoods, and the average respondent stopped believing at 8 years old. This article “21 Interesting Facts and Information About Christmas for Kids” also states that the traditional Christmas meal is not what you think it is. The traditional Christmas meal in England before turkey became the obvious choice of food for the holidays was a pig’s head covered with mustard. Most people would not find that appealing to eat. In most households families cook turkey, ham or some type of meat. In other families houses, people do different things and cook many other foods. Ninety Nine interesting facts about Christmas 2020 states that the original Rudolph did not have a red nose. In that day and age, red noses were seen as an indicator of chronic alcoholism and Montgomery ward didn’t want him to look like a drunkard. To complete the original picture, he was almost named Reginald or Rollo. Many young kids would have never known, this is the true spirit of Christmas!

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