Christmas likes and dislikes
December 25th, Christmas day, a day that many people look forward to throughout the year. But what do people like or dislike about it the most?
Christmas means different things to different people and people around the world celebrate it in different ways according to the cultural traditions. A lot of people tend to take days off work on Christmas day, in order to spend quality time with their loved ones. There are many activities that people take part in on Christmas day, these include exchanging Christmas presents, eating a range of Christmas dishes , watching Christmas movies and in some cases singing Christmas carols.
For many people Christmas is an important family affair, which involves relatives travelling from different geographic regions to unite at this time of the year. Other people may choose to openly invite friends to a Christmas buffet or pot luck lunch or dinner.
Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the son of God. His birth date is unknown because there is little public information about his early life. There is disagreement among scholars on when Jesus was actually born. Many Christians celebrate Jesus’ birthday on December 25. churches have special Christmas Day services, some of which include choirs, joyous singing, and meet-and-greet opportunities after the church services.
Many churches are beautifully decorated and may include a crèche or miniature Nativity scene. Some large-scale Christmas church services are televised for those who do cannot attend a church service.
I went out to ask a few people about what they thought about Christmas which included what they like and dislike about Christmaas and what their worst or best presents were