Fun Christmas Facts & Sell Hermes Handbag

13 Dec

Sell Hermes HandbagFun Christmas Facts & Sell Hermes Handbag. Since Christmas is only 12 days away, I thought it would be a good idea to blog about some interesting Christmas facts about sell Hermes Handbag that some of you may not know. The first fun fact is that Christmas Caroling came about from an old English custom which was originally called Wassailing and its purpose was to wish everyone a healthy, prosperous life full of happiness. Another fun fact is that the first US president to decorate the White House Christmas Tree was Franklin Pierce. I’m sure most of you know this next detail, but I will share it with you anyway. Santa Claus got its origin from Saint Nicholas, in the year 4 AD, who was famous for tossing gifts through the windows of children’s bedrooms to make them happy. Another interesting fact is that Christmas tree lights have been used since 1895. The next fun fact will probably be a shocker to most of you but the needles on pines, the spruces, and firs on Christmas Trees are all  edible and a very good source of Vitamin C. The song “Jingle Bells” was originally written as a Thanksgiving song, but became wildly popular as a Christmas song. In 1870, Christmas became a national holiday. The “General Grant Tree” is the United States’ official tree and is located in King’s Canyon National Park in sell Hermes Handbag California. The most aired Christmas movie on TV is “It’s A Wonderful Life. Another interesting fact related to Christmas is that Coca Cola was the first company to use Santa Claus in their commercials, which they obviously were very successful in as they still use him today. “X” means “Christ” in Greek and this is where the abbreviation for Christmas, Xmas came from. Many people are under the impression that “Xmas” is used as an abbreviation for Christmas because the people wanted to take the Christ out of Christmas, however this is not the case. Another sell Hermes handbag fact about Christmas is that the busiest shopping days of the year are the Friday and Saturday before Christmas. Most people assume that the busiest shopping day of the year is “Black Friday” which is the Friday after Thanksgiving. Another interesting Christmas fact is that during the Christmas season, Visa Cards are used over 5000 times a minute in the United States, which doesn’t even take into account all the people shopping with cash, American Express, Mastercard, Discover, etc. Hopefully this blog has been both informational as well as entertaining!

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