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Every country has its own Christmas traditions, but from hiding a pickle ornament to drinking egg whites, the US has some seriously unusual ones.
Some Christmas traditions are second-nature to many now, and may seem holly jolly, but the origins of some Christmas traditions are dark.
Why do we kiss under mistletoe? What's up with the Christmas Pickle? These are the stories behind some of your favorite Christmas traditions.
From decorating Christmas trees to sipping on hot chocolate in your pajamas, there are a slew of Christmas traditions you shouldn't miss out on.
Take a look at how Christmas Eve traditions differ around the world, from the Feast of the Seven Fishes in Italy to eating potato salad in Germany.
The British celebrate a foiled assassination plot every year by lighting bonfires and burning an effigy named ‘Guy’ — here’s w...
Bonfire Night is a tradition that sees Brits come together every November 5 to burn an effigy and set off fireworks, and the reason dates back hundreds of years.
If you’re still single at 25 in Denmark, people throw spices all over you in the street — and it only gets worse as you get older
God forbid you're unmarried at 30.
I went to Groundhog Day on a whim in 2012. This is what my adventure was like.
It might go all the way back to 8th century BC.
Pole-climbing and fiery field hockey are just a couple of the most dangerous games played around the world.