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Whiskey And Fufu: What Kids Around The World Leave Out For Santa

The tradition of leaving a snack for Santa on Christmas Eve isn't unique to America. Children in many countries leave out a range of foods and beverages for Santa to eat or sip on.
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Children all over the United States will have a big decision to make on Christmas Eve: would Santa Claus prefer a chocolate chip cookie for a snack, or perhaps a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?

The American tradition of leaving a snack for Santa on Christmas Eve is said by some to , when parents wanted to teach their children the value of giving selflessly to others. However, it's also plausible that, in a country populated by immigrants from all over the world, our tradition is simply one brought over from the Old Country — or, more accurately, Old Countries,

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