Hello Christmas. After 365 days of counting the sleeps, you're finally here! Crack open the mince pies and crank up the carols! Or not.
After a series of selection box fuelled exchanges in the office, we realised we're a brilliantly unique bunch who all do Christmas a bit differently.
The full (Del)monty
"I have a whole chocolate orange for my breakfast on Christmas day followed by a full English!"
Say it with sprouts
"Each year me and my brother wrap up a handful of sprouts and leave them under the tree for my youngest brother. The first time we did, he was only little and burst into tears. Now hes 18 we still manage to catch him out!"
The breakfast of champions
"The first foodie port of call for me on Christmas Day is a pork pie."
"Every Christmas we pick a country and have a themed Christmas Eve. Last year was Mexican, this year is still the subject of debate "
"Deck the tree with football baubles, tra la la la la"
"I always hang my Watford FC bauble on our tree. Not for long though, my wife always takes it off because it ruins the colour scheme. Apparently."
Feeling hot, hot, hot (erm, that's too hot)
"My dad stokes the fire to the point its so hot, all but the dog and my grandma have to leave the room."
Taking Christmas on the chin
"I've decorated my beard with miniature baubles and tiny pieces of tinsel for the past three Christmases. You should see some of the looks I get in the street!"
Prickly about the price of Christmas
"We decorate a cactus instead of a Christmas tree. It started when my other half said Christmas trees were getting too pricey, so while we were at the garden centre, we bought a huge cactus instead. Visitors always have a chuckle at the spiky addition covered in fairy lights."
KeithWe know you're a unique bunch too, that's why we love you. Tell us all about your wierd and wonderful #untraditions on our Facebook(opens in new window) and Twitter(opens in new window) pages.