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Did you know?

1. Having robins on Christmas cards started as a joke 150 years ago when postmen wore red tunics and were named after them.

2. The abbreviation ‘Xmas’ isn’t irreligious. The letter X is a Greek abbreviation for Christ.

3. Christmas trees usually grow for about 15 years before they’re sold.

4. The music video for Last Christmas was the last time George Michael was filmed without a beard.

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