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How Many Of These "Weird" Christmas Food Quirks Do You Do?

Beans on Christmas lunch? Its a no from me...

Frankie and Benny's recently surveyed over 1,500 people to find out the strangest food quirks Brits have at Christmas, all to promote their new Christmas menu. Naturally I was curious to see how their results compared with the BuzzFeed audiences'...so here we go!

Frankie and Benny's survey found that 24% of Brits drink gravy from the jug.

Frankie and Benny's survey found that 24% of Brits eat Christmas leftovers for breakfast on Boxing day.

Frankie and Benny's survey found that 20% of Brits eat their Christmas dinner in a specific order: ​vegetables, then roast potatoes​ followed by​ stuffing​ and finally meat/turkey.

Frankie and Benny's survey found that 17% of Brits mix all of the items on their plate together to make a festive stew.  

Frankie and Benny's survey found that 16% of Brits unwrap their pigs and blankets before eating them.  

Frankie and Benny's survey found that 12% of Brits bite the top of their mince pies and lick the filling out. 

Frankie and Benny's survey found that 12% of Brits put hot sauce on everything included in their Christmas lunch.

Frankie and Benny's survey found that 8% of Brits put ketchup and/or brown sauce on their Christmas lunch. 

Frankie and Benny's survey found that 8% of Brits eat Christmas lunch in the morning.

Frankie and Benny's survey found that 5% of Brits put baked beans on their Christmas lunch.

What other "strange" habits do you have when it comes to your Christmas meal? Let us know in the comments!