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Vote: What’s the most important Christmas tradition in your family?

We all have one…

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TURKEY, CHOCOLATE, DECORATIONS… For many of us, Christmas is about family traditions.

Different families have different ideas about what makes Christmas, Christmas. For some, it’s a glass of fizzy wine in the morning. For others, it’s a Christmas walk.

This year, we’re asking readers of What makes a real Christmas for you? We want you to tell us how YOU do Christmas.

So tell us: Which tradition just means Christmas for you in a nutshell? The one without which you’d be bereft?

Is it the turkey and trimmings…

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… or slumping on the sofa with chocolate…

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… or even something (vaguely) healthy, like a walk?

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Maybe it’s something else that just sums up the day and season for you? Either way, we want you to let us know.

Vote: What’s the most important Christmas tradition in your family?

Poll Results:

Turkey (2621)
Other (please specify in the comments) (918)
A good walk on Christmas day (676)
Quiet times alone with your chocolate (602)

From our family to yours, happy holidays from Budweiser. This Bud’s for you.

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