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If You Can't Score 6/10 On This Christmas Trivia Quiz Then You're Obviously A Grinch

Ho ho ho, how much do you know?

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  1. What's the highest-grossing Christmas movie of all time?

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    Home Alone made $286 million at the box office when it was released in 1990 and is still the most successful holiday movie.

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  2. In the song "12 Days of Christmas," what gift was given on the seventh day of Christmas?

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    From the song "12 Days of Christmas," the tune goes, "On the seventh day of Christmas my true love gave to me seven swans a swimming..."

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  3. What's the best-selling Christmas song of all time?

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    "White Christmas" holds the Guinness World Record for best-selling single.

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  4. Gingerbread houses were inspired by which popular fairy tale?

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    In the story, Hansel and Gretel get lost in the woods and stumble upon a house made of gingerbread.

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  5. Canada, The U.K., and most other Commonwealth countries officially celebrate the day after Christmas as what holiday?

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    Boxing Day. Despite its name, the day after Christmas actually has nothing to do with boxing.

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  6. Where did eggnog originate?

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    While historians still debate its exact origin, most agree it came from early medieval Britain, "posset," a hot milky ale-like drink.

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  7. Santa has three reindeer with names that start with the letter D: Danner, Dasher, and _____.

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    Donner!

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  8. The Grinch's heart is said to be how many sizes too small?

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    The Grinch was born with a heart two sizes too small.

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  9. Why didn't Charlie Brown like Christmas?

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    Charlie Brown didn't want to celebrate at first because he felt like Christmas was too commercialized.

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  10. Lastly, which holiday was "Jingle Bells" originally written for?

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    James Lord Pierpont wrote a song called "One Horse Open Sleigh" and performed it at his church's Thanksgiving concert originally. In 1857, it was republished under the name "

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