Holidays are full of tradition
and Christmas is no exception. It so happens that Christmas traditions, however, seem to differ from country to country, family to family, even from person to person. So this makes you wonder: who are the 11 percent who do not celebrate Christmas this year and what are they doing instead? Also, who are the 16 percent that go Christmas shopping in a restaurant? Is there something the majority is missing here? And who are the 13 percent who would overspill with joy about new pans and pots as a Christmas gift? Much more importantly: Is one of them my mom? Now, with Christmas being the time of sharing and caring, why are there only 2 percent helping out at a homeless shelter? And finally, do we not all, in all reality, belong to the 7 percent who are not sure about whether Santa Claus really exists or not and are we simply too afraid to admit it publicly?