Christmas in Australia is very unique, and there's definitely some BIG difference between us and America at this time of year!
Here's a few of the differences between us. #Strayaaaaa!!!!!!!
In America: They snug up in their winter clothes, with their Christmas patterned socks, beanies and sweaters.
In Australia: We rock a pair of boardies, a bintang singlet and a Santa hat.
In America: They build their snowmen out of snow.
In Australia: We build our snowmen out of beach sand.
In America: They make wonderful and intricate gingerbread houses, with little gingerbread men that you can eat afterwards.
In Australia: We crack open a box of favourites. Every year. Without fail.
In America: They hand pick their Christmas Trees from the outdoors and they smell like fresh pine.
In Australia: We get (IF they aren't sold out) a tree on special for $39.99 from Kmart. It smells like plastic.
In America: They roast an entire turkey for Christmas dinner.
In America: We get a cooked chook from Coles.
In America: Their holiday drink is Egg Nog.
In Australia: Our holiday drink is Emu Export, AKA a can of Bush Chook.