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Transcript of It's Christmas
12 fire-breathing dragon weed rats horses jamming little pigs exploding birds onion rings mirrors cracking cookies dunking mice a tripping puppets dancing fairies dusting men a singing The Twelve Days of Christmas Shrek Version sprouts roast
pudding pigs in
blankets gravy roast turkey
pigs in blankets roast potatoes
turnip vegetables meat dessert Christmas pudding What happened to the roast turkey?
What happened to the Christmas pudding? In most English-speaking countries, December is a special time of year. 24th December
1st January Christmas Eve
New Year's Eve
New Year's Day Christmas Day is the most important of these holidays.
It is a religious holiday, but it is celebrated by people of all religions. Most of its traditions are not Christian.
Today, we will look at some of these traditions.
Each country celebrates Christmas in a different way, but these are some of the more important traditions. wrapping