Holiday Personality Quiz - FamilyEducation

Holiday Personality Quiz

What does your holiday behavior say about you? Take this quiz to find out!

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What does your holiday behavior say about you? Take this quiz to find out!

1. Some neighbors invite your family to go caroling. You:

  • Say, "Gosh, that sounds swell."
  • Make hot chocolate for everyone using an authentic Aztec recipe.
  • Worry that you won't be warm enough in your leopard-print spandex pants.

2. It's December 23 and you're looking at a four-hour wait in line to buy some last-minute gifts. You:

  • Leave to spend that time making beaded snowflakes.
  • Pass the hours by chit-chatting with your fellow shoppers.
  • Please -- you don't start shopping till 8 p.m. on December 24.

3. Your family likes to celebrate both Chanukah and Christmas, and you:

  • Are just tickled pink by the folksy charm of these holiday traditions.
  • Record a disco version of "Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel."
  • Decorate your eight-foot evergreen with tiny menorahs.

4. Your favorite holiday treat is:

  • Your homemade yule log garnished with real holly and roses.
  • The fruitcake Grandma made when you were a young whippersnapper.
  • Eggnog -- and lots of it.

5. Your favorite holiday family tradition is:

  • Relaxing with the family in front a crackling fire with the dog asleep at your feet.
  • You don't do tradition -- but if there's a party involved, your family will be there!
  • Getting up at 4 a.m. to bake holiday wreath-shaped bread for the neighbors.

1. Some neighbors invite your family to go caroling. You:
Worry that you won't be warm enough in your leopard-print spandex pants.

2. It's December 23 and you're looking at a four-hour wait in line to buy some last-minute gifts. You:
Please -- you don't start shopping till 8 p.m. on December 24.

3. Your family likes to celebrate both Chanukah and Christmas, and you:
Decorate your eight-foot evergreen with tiny menorahs.

4. Your favorite holiday treat is:
Eggnog -- and lots of it.

5. Your favorite holiday family tradition is:
Getting up at 4 a.m. to bake holiday wreath-shaped bread for the neighbors.

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