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

What is Elf

100

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

What is Gingerbread

100

This giggling red monster was the hit of the holidays as the best-selling Christmas toy of 1996.

What is Tickle Me Elmo?

100

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

What is eggnog

100

This magical household figure moves from room to room, helping Santa by making sure children are being good.

What is the Elf on a Shelf?

200

In 1994’s “The Santa Clause,” Tim Allen’s character takes over as Santa after this accident kills the original Santa Clause

What is falling off a roof

200

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

What is figgy pudding?

200

One in three men wait until this day to do their Christmas shopping.

What is Christmas Eve

200

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

What are folks you know and everyone you meet?

200

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

What are stars and angels?

300

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.

What is a woman's leg

300

Consumers buy an estimated two million of these sugary Christmas loaves each year, a surprising amount for a dessert many people love to hate.

What is fruitcake

300

During the holidays, this famous New York City landmark features a colossal Christmas tree and a popular ice-skating rink.

What is Rockefeller Center?

300

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

What is where the love light gleams?

300

This tradition, now associated with Christmas, began in Ancient Greece as a blessing of fertility in wedding ceremonies.

What is kissing under the mistletoe?

400

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

Who is Chevy Chase

400

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.

What is Roast Beast

400

It is Hawaii’s way to say, “Merry Christmas to you.”

What is “Mele kalikimaka”?

400

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

What is Jingle Bells

400

In Mexico, children break open these hanging papier mache sculptures to release the gifts inside.

What are pinatas

500

This 2004 animated Christmas feature was an adaptation of an illustrated storybook by Chris Van Allsburg, the same author who created “Jumanji.”

What is the Polar Express

500

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

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

500

The English also refer to Santa Claus by this proper-sounding name.

What is Father Christmas?

500

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.

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

500

In the Netherlands children leave out their shoes in hopes that he will come?

Who is Sinterklaas

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