Complain about how early Tesco has it’s Christmas stuff inGet a Cadbury’s advent calendarWorry that it looks rude to send Christmas cards with 2nd class stampsDisplay ivy in your houseComplain about the Christmas Number 1Complain about X FactorBehave badly at a Christmas partyAttempt to make mulled wineDrink bad mulled wine in a pubSeek out pubs with open firesTry to make mince piesSplash out on fancy mince piesEat more than two mince pies in a dayPut brandy butter on everythingBuy walnutsNever eat the walnutsAlways leave a certain sweet in the Quality Street tinPut up a real Christmas treeDecorate you tree with loads of old decorations you made in primary schoolGo for a walk to look at your neighbour's naff outdoor Christmas lightsComplain about the shit Christmas tree in your town centreGo to a Christmas light switch on with a minor celebrityVisit a German marketGet smashed on BaileysGo to a pantoLaugh at a panto even though it is terribleReminisce about going through the Argos catalogue as a kidGo to the pub on Christmas EveGet a satsuma in your stockingHave a drink before lunch because "it's Christmas"Eat chocolate coins for breakfastPull crackersGet obsessed with getting a certain cracker prizeWear a paper hatEat pigs in blanketsEat Christmas puddingPretend to like panettoneGo on a Christmas Day walkWatch the Queen’s speechForget to watch the Queen’s speech because you were asleepGo to the Boxing Day salesEat bad Christmas cakeWatch an old episode of Top of the PopsWatch Doctor WhoWatch EastEnders only on Christmas Day to see who dies
How British Is Your Christmas?
Your Christmas is a bit British. You've probably drunk bad mulled wine in a pub, but you're not too bothered about Christmas pudding. You might not even like mince pies!
Your Christmas is quite British. You know it's not Christmas without a tin of Quality Street with the *insert name of least favourite sweet* left at the bottom. You spend your Christmas Day sitting about eating chocolate coins, watching the Dr Who Christmas episode and drinking Baileys, like a true Brit. You might even have been to the Boxing Day sales.
Your Christmas is very British, so you've certainly been known to consume your own body weight in mince pies. The Queen's speech is usually on in your house on Christmas Day. You really miss the Christmas as a kid when you used to go through the Argos catalogue with a highlighter. Oh, and you're definitely averse to eating those walnuts in bowls.