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DOES XMAS HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE X-MEN?

Fuck SantaHonest to God, I've always felt sorry for Jesus Christ because his birthday has always fallen on Christmas day. Well, let's face it; it must be a right pain in the palm to be given one gift every year to represent two different celebrations. What's more, the poor sods smartphone was made from frankincense and Jerusalem broadcasts a terrible Wi-Fi signal. Still, it goes to show how lucky we are nowadays. Too lucky, some might say, which is why I would like to bring us down to earth with the following statistics provided by www.vouchercodes.co.uk





Well, quite recently, this price-conscious website has been able to compile a number of yuletide related facts that you might like to know during this festive season. This ranges from what people watch over Xmas, to what they put in their mouth, to what they tweet on the web. So, without any further ado, please drop a yuletide log and have a goosey gander at this...


Top Ten Favorite Christmas Movies In The UK:
  1. Home Alone (24%)
  2. Elf (22%)
  3. The Grinch (18%)
  4. Love Actually (18%)
  5. It’s a Wonderful Life (17%)
  6. Miracle on 34th Street (16%)
  7. The Snowman (13%)
  8. The Muppet Christmas Carol (12%)
  9. White Christmas (10%)
  10. The Santa Clause (8%)

Christmas Movies We’re Tired Of Seeing On TV:
  1. The Muppet Christmas Carol (21%)
  2. Scrooged (13%)
  3. The Nightmare Before Christmas (12%)
  4. Jack Frost (12%)
  5. The Holiday (10%)

Film Series Brits Want To Watch Over Christmas:
  1. Harry Potter (25%)
  2. Toy Story (25%)
  3. Shrek (19%)
  4. Ice Age (17%)
  5. Die Hard (16%)
  6. Pirates of the Caribbean (16%)
  7. Indiana Jones (16%)
  8. James Bond (15%)
  9. Jurassic Park (15%)
  10. Avengers (14%)



Christmas Dinner
Sniff-Sniff! Can you smell that? Can you smell the whiff of statistics wafting over your Christmas meal? If so, then that's because most people (51%) say that Christmas dinner is the best meal of the entire year, even though a third (32%) would like to choose an alternative-meat than turkey. Research has also discovered that the average couple will spend approximately £110.30 on turkey (with all the trimmings), while a third (31%) of households will postpone purchasing their festive feast until five days before the big day. Here, check this out for more culinary Christmas facts.


Favorite Parts Of Christmas Dinner
  1. Turkey (44%)
  2. Roast potatoes (40%)
  3. Stuffing (22%)
  4. Pigs in blankets (20%)
  5. Yorkshire pudding (19%)

Least Favorite Parts Of Christmas Dinner
  1. Sprouts (20%)
  2. Nut roast (20%)
  3. Bread sauce (15%)
  4. Parsnips (14%)
  5. Cranberry sauce (11%)

Social Media
If you're thinking of posting pictures of your presents' on social media this year, then you might like to know that you'll be in the minority. Well, according to Voucher Codes, three-quarters of those surveyed (72%) said they won’t be posting what they got online, while almost three-quarters (73%) won’t even be sharing pictures with their family and friends. In many ways, this goes to show that a change in attitudes has occurred, with more than two out of five people (44%) admitting that they think people who post during Christmas are obviously obnoxious. We won't hold that against them though. No. Surely not. It's Christmas after all, and we all deserve to...



Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

DOES XMAS HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE X-MEN? DOES XMAS HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE X-MEN? Reviewed by David Lee Andrews on December 26, 2018 Rating: 5

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