Ready or not here are the first 10 questions.
1. What legendary actor narrated the TV special "How the grinch stole Christmas"?
2. In the United States gifts are delivered by Santa Claus, who delivers them in France?
3. In Miracle on 34th Street, a department store Santa goes on trial to prove his identity. Name the department store.
4. Sugar plums still exist but are not called that anymore. What are they?
5. What do snowmen eat for breakfast?
6. Where did eggnog come from?
7. What year were electric Christmas lights first used?
8. Wassail comes from the old Norse Ves Heill which means what?
9. What is the name of Rudolph's gold digging friend?
10. With every Christmas card I write what am I dreaming of?
Answers are after the picture (Information was gathered through various sources, if there are any errors, oops, my bad)
OK, so lets see how you did
1. Boris Karloff
2. Pere Noel
4. Chocolate candies with fruit preserves, cream or other sweet fillings in the middle
6. The history of eggnog starts in 17th century England. Nog is an old English word used to describe strong beer
8. To be of good health
9. Yukon Cornelius
10. A white Christmas
So how did you do? I think most of these were pretty easy, I only threw in a couple hard ones this time. Come back tomorrow for another installment