When the time comes to decorate your home for the holiday season, it simply wouldn't be complete without mistletoe. While holly, ivy and poinsettia can often be seen at this time of year, mistletoe has its own special place over the front door.
If you traveled to the North Pole, surely you'd find Santa, right? Well, it seems that not everybody is in agreement when it comes to the dwelling of the man in red. Many countries have different beliefs about Santa’s home, and with little proof available, it's tough to say where he really lives.
You’ve probably heard some of the madness that surrounds Black Friday, well it’s about to get a little crazier! Black Friday is the start of the biggest shopping weekend of the entire year, it’s full of amazing deals, cheap TV’s and people who literally act crazy! Here are the top 10 facts about the unique […]
The Mad Hatter is based on a problem that arose in the 1800's when hat companies actually used lead in the hat making process. The lead got into their systems and they went insane, hence the term "mad as a hatter". Read on for the facts about Mad Hatter Day.
Who doesn’t love a reason to be unique or weird for a day? Well this special holiday might just be what you’re looking for! National Two Different Colored Shoes Day is celebrated on the 3rd May every year by simply wearing two different colored shoes. So if this is something you or a friend would […]
14th February is upon us, so today we are sharing the love and romance with these top ten crazy facts about the most wonderfully romantic day of the year, Valentine's Day.
Christmas Evening (or Eve for short) traditionally starts at sunset a day before Christmas Day. It’s usually the day to prepare food, watch some Christmas movies & have a few drinks to relax before the big day. If you love this day, here are a few festive facts about Christmas Eve. Scientists calculated that for […]
Christmas dinner is one of the most anticipated meals in the U.K., we all look forward to it and we’re more than happy to help ourselves to a second helping of turkey or potatoes – but are we aware of how much food we actually eat at Christmas? We always get so excited at this […]
We’ve all pulled a Christmas cracker with the family over a Christmas dinner before, but where did this tradition come from? And what’s with the rubbish jokes? Find out the facts on Christmas crackers here! So let’s start basic. A Christmas cracker often contains a paper hat, a really bad joke and a small gift, […]
Tacky, ugly, horrendous, and cheesy. What do these words all describe? Christmas sweaters. 12th December is National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day – a day to give back filled with fun, family and friends. Leave your uncomfortable suit and school uniform hanging in the closet and pull out that sweater from Grandma that’s been collecting dust. […]
If you're a LOST fan, I'm sure you've heard of the fan gathering in Hawaii on 20-22nd September 2014, celebrating the 10th anniversary of LOST's premiere. Whether you went or not, let's look at the most interesting facts about the event.
It’s the time of the year again where National Doughnut Day (Also spelt as donut) is celebrated word wide! Each year on the first Friday in the month of June, millions of people flock to the nearest shop, bakery or café to gobble down some of their favorite doughnuts. Many doughnut establishments throughout the United […]