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In the “Twelve Days of Christmas”, The singer’s true love gives them five of these shining pieces of jewelry on day five.


A: What are golden rings?

100

Edible houses with candy decorations are made from this traditional baked substance.


A: What is gingerbread?

100

Q: Will Ferrell played the oversized North Pole adoptee who sets off to find his father in this 2003 Christmas classic.


A: What is “Elf”?

100

Q: In “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer,” Grandma had been drinking too much of this festive holiday beverage.


A: What is eggnog?

100

Q: “I’m dreaming of a white Christmas” with every one of these.


A: What is “Christmas card I write”?

200

Q: Children leave this tasty treat for Santa on Christmas Eve.


A: What are milk and cookies?

200

 One of the key flavors in eggnog is this aromatic spice, often sprinkled on top as a garnish.


A: What is nutmeg?

200

Q: In the 1983 holiday favorite “A Christmas Story,” Ralphie’s father wins a lamp shaped like this body part as a runner-up prize from a newspaper contest.


A: What is a woman’s leg?

200

Q: This catch 1994 Christmas tune is the best-selling Christmas single ever recorded by a female artist, as well as being one of the highest-selling singles in music history.


A: What is “All I Want for Christmas is You”?

200

Q: There were no creatures stirring on the night before Christmas, not even one of these.


A: What is a mouse?

300

These two items traditionally appear at the tops of Christmas trees.


A: What are stars and angels?

300

Q: In “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”, the carolers threaten to stay put until they receive this proper English dish.


A: What is figgy pudding?

300

Q: The actor who plays long-suffering Clark Griswold in “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” is this original SNL cast member.


A: Who is Chevy Chase?

300

Q: In his original 1943 recording of “I’ll Be Home for Christmas”, Bing Crosby crooned, “Christmas Eve will find me…” here.


A: What is where the love light gleams?

300

Q: This mythical winter sprite is nipping at your nose in “The Christmas Song.”


A: Who is Jack Frost?

400

It consists of inexpensive foil now, but this glittery decoration started as strips of real silver.


A: What is tinsel?

400

Q: Rather than dining on turkey, the Whos in Whoville in Dr. Seuss’s Christmas classic “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” enjoy this descriptively named main dish.


A: What is roast beast?

400

Q: Jim Carrey’s grumpy green gremlin lays siege to this town in the 2000 film “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”


A: What is Whoville?

400

Q: In “A Holly, Jolly Christmas,” singer Burl Ives suggests that you say hello to these two classifications of people.


A: What are folks you know and everyone you meet?

400

Q: Popping tubes used in the U.K. to hold gifts and small treats go by this explosive name.


A: What are Christmas crackers?

500

Q: Santa keeps these two lists to track which children get presents and which get coal.


A: What are the Naughty and Nice lists?

500

Q: These are the four major food groups for elves in the Christmas film “Elf”.


A: What are candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup?

500

Q: This “Home Alone” character fends off a pair of robbers by building slapstick traps in his house.


A: Who is Kevin McAlister?

500

Q: The lyrics to this timeless Christmas song describe a wintery ride in a one-horse open sleigh, but never once mention the word “Christmas.”


A: What is “Jingle Bells”?

500

Q: In The Twelve Days of Christmas, lords a-leaping appear in this quantity.


A: What is ten?

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