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Could You Be A Christmas Millionaire? Quiz 65

Try to get all the right answers for these Festive practice questions to see if you could win "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" 12 Questions.

 
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In Victorian times, which traditional Christmas fare was made with beef and spices?

  • Christmas Cake
  • Yule Logs
  • Christmas Pudding
  • Mince Pies

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What were jokingly nicknamed 'Red Breasts', due to their colour 150 years ago?

  • Stamps
  • Pillar Boxes
  • Postmen
  • Telephone boxes

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Which Festive tradition began as a result of an old English custom called 'wassailing', to toast neighbours to a long life?

  • Carol Singing
  • Saying "Cheers"
  • First Footing
  • Christmas Cards

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Which Festive tradition originates from a Dutch custom of leaving shoes packed with food for St Nicholas's donkeys for which he would leave small gifts in return?

  • Gifts under the Xmas Tree
  • Christmas Crackers
  • Christmas stockings
  • Coins in a Christmas pudding

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What are the average chances of a white Christmas for England and Wales?

  • 1 in 12
  • 1 in 10
  • 1 in 6
  • 1 in 4

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What was the original title of James Pierpont's 1857 song "Jingle Bells"?

  • "One Horse Open Sleigh"
  • "A Sleighing Song"
  • "Now the ground is white"
  • "Dashing through the snow"

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What did the residents of the US state of Maine build at Christmas 2007 that stood 113ft 7ins tall?

  • Christmas tree structure
  • Ski slope
  • Snowman
  • Christmas Cracker

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Travelling at 650 miles a second, how many homes, according to US scientists, would Santa have to visit per second to deliver all the world’s presents, if he didn’t have magic?

  • 511
  • 655
  • 733
  • 822

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On which date does Greece celebrate Christmas?

  • January 1st
  • January 7th
  • December 26th
  • December 31st

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Who delivers gifts to Italian children on the night of January 5th?

  • Kriss Kringle
  • Papa Noel
  • Befana
  • Deushka Moroz

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In 1991, where was the largest Christmas cracker, at 45.72m long, pulled?

  • Switzerland
  • Australia
  • England
  • America

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Kissing under the mistletoe is thought to spring from which Norse goddess?

  • Frigga
  • Eostre
  • Freyja
  • Gefjun

 

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