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Thought you might like some fun.
You may not agree with all my answers.
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Christmas Trivia

1.  Who wrote the book “A Christmas Carol”?
                Charles Dickens
2.  Who wrote “Twas the Night Before Christmas”?
                Clement C. Moore
3.  When do the 12 Days of Christmas start?
                Christmas Day
4.  What gift was given on the fourth day of the Twelve Days of Christmas?
                Four Calling Birds
5.  You might get kissed if you stand under?
6.  How old was Jesus when the Wise Men arrived?
        two years old
7. What is the traditional hot Christmas punch made with fruit juices?
8.  What is the traditional creamy Christmas drink?
9.  How many ghosts were there in “A Christmas Carol”?
10.  Who said “God bless us each and every one”?
                Tiny Tim
11.  Name Santa’s eight reindeer.
        Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen
12.  What kind of sleigh is in “Jingle Bells”?
                One Horse Open
13.  What is up on the housetop?
                Reindeer Paws
14.  True or false.  According to the story, Santa smoked.
15.  When does the Advent season begin?
        St. Andrew’s Day, the Sunday closest to November 30
16.  Frosty the Snowman had eyes made out of coal.
17.  What is a tannebaum?
        Christmas Tree
18.  What did the children have visions of?
19.   Who was Scrooge’s assistant?
                Bob Crachit
20.  What is the church color for Advent?
21.  Which city celebrated the first American Christmas in 1565?
        St. Augustine, Florida
22.  What was the English holiday when gifts were given to servants?
        Boxing Day
23. What does the word angel mean?
24. Who gave Santa the address of the North Pole?
        Thomas Nast
25. Who wrote the music for “What Child is This”?
        Henry VIII
26. Cardboard tubes containing a fortune, candy, prizes are called crackers.
27.  In 1994 the American Greeting company sold enough wrapping paper to circle the 
globe 12 times.
28. Frankincense comes from the sap of a tree.
29. The Jewish feast of lights is Hanukkah.
30.  The official name of “Twas the night before Christmas” was A Visit from St. 
31. “Twas the night before Christmas” originally ended with this phrase?
        Happy Christmas To All and To All A Good-Night
32. The classical music associated with Christmas?
        “Handel’s Messiah”
33. Little Jack Horner pulled out a plum.
34.The French word Noel means Christmas.
35. How is plum pudding cooked?
36. The Yule log was burned to ward off evil spirits. (bring good luck)
37. Gone away is the bluebird. “Winter Wonderland”
38. City sidewalks, busy sidewalks dressed in holiday cheer. “Silver Bells”
39. Rockin’ around the Christmas tree at the Christmas Party Hop.
40. Grandma got run over by a reindeer.
41. Who made “White Christmas” famous?
        Bing Crosby
42. They never let poor Rudolph join in any reindeer games. “Rudolph”
43. Since we’ve no place to go, let it snow .  “Let it Snow”
44. Please have snow and mistletoe and presents on the tree. “I’ll Be Home for 
45. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Toys in every store.
46. From now on your troubles  will be out of sight. “Have Yourself a Merry Little 
47. Gonna find out who’s naughty or nice. “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”
48. Up on the housetop reindeer paws. “Up on the Housetop.”
49. Oh bring me a figgy pudding. “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”
50. They didn’t hear me creep down the stairs to have a peek.  “I Saw Mommy Kissin’ 
Santa Claus”
51. I don’t know if there’ll be snow, but have a cup of cheer. “Holly Jolly 

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