What is this cylindrical gift I always see in christmas stock photos?
- ZapataLv 66 months ago
It's called a 'christmas cracker'. They are popular in the UK.
It's not a gift, it's a traditional Christmas table decoration. You hold one end, someone else holds the other end, and you both pull. It goes 'bang' and the winner holds the largest remaining part. There is normally a small plastic toy and a joke in the cracker.
- Anonymous6 months ago
I think it is a form of a Christmas decoration.
- Valleycat1Lv 76 months ago
It isn’t a gift. A party favor called a Christmas cracker. You pull a string or pull it apart and it has a cap that pops, then there is usually a cheap party hat and some small trinkets inside - like a personal piñata.
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