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The "Ho! Ho! Ho!" Game


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Something to keep the kids busy and their mind off presents on Christmas Day, to change the subject of conversation among the relatives or to just add to your Christmas fun!



Just read the question and then place your mouse/cursor over the  icon and the answer will appear as it is embedded in the gift.

If using a smart phone to view these pages, just put your finger on the symbol and hold it for a moment. A pop up that contains the answer will appear. To close the pop up, just tap elsewhere on the screen.

For every answer you get right,
 give yourself a

 At the end of the game, see how many "Ho Ho Ho's" you and the others have. Of course the more Ho's the merrier! 
The EVERYONE has to say all their "Ho's" out loud!!




(Note: Some are pretty tricky!)


1. We all know that Rudolph has a red nose, but does Rudolph have antlers? YES

2. In the song "Jingle Bells" who was seated by my side? Miss Fannie Bright

3. Yogi Bear spends his first Christmas in what park? Jelly Stone Park

4. This cartoonist of "Believe it or not" fame was born Christmas Day, 1893? Robert J. Ripley

5. Round or oval candies filled with fruit preserves or cream and covered with chocolate are called? Sugarplums

6. This famous hotel magnate was born December 25, 1887? Conrad Hilton

7. The movie, " Miracle on 34th Street," is in what city?  New York

8. In which Christmas song are the lyrics, "to see if reindeer really know how to fly?" The Christmas Song

9. Peter, Paul and Mary had this No. 1 song during Christmas 1969? Leaving on a Jet Plane

10. In The Dick Van Dyke Show Christmas episode, what woodwind instrument did Laura play: Flute or piccolo? Piccolo

11. Which country created eggnog? England

12. In 1962, the U.S. Postal System first did what? Issued it's first Christmas Stamp

13. Who said, "God Bless Us, Every One!"? Tiny Tim

14. This state has the "World's Tallest Living Christmas Tree?" Maine or California? California

15. Who is rumored to have stolen Christmas? The Grinch

16. In Santa Claus the Movie, Joe drank what and burped? Coke or Sprite? Coke

17. For the first time in 38 years, what two religious holidays coincided on December 25, 1978? Christmas and Hannukkah

18. How many reindeer hooves are there (include Rudolph) ? Thirty- six  (36)

19. What were Frosty's last words? I'll be back again someday.

20. The most popular  item to put on top of a Christmas tree is? Angel

21. If you spent $86,609 in 2008, what would you be buying?  The gifts in The 12 days of Christmas (According to CNN).  PS: Not sure if this includes sales tax?

22. Who yelled "Stop!" to Frosty? The traffic cop.

23. The average number of lights on a Christmas tree is: 200 or 350? 200

24. How many Wise Men were there according to the bible? It does not say

25. If you were born on Christmas Day, what's your sign? Capricorn

26. Robert Scott set out the North Pole or the South Pole  on Christmas Day, 1911? The South Pole

27. What two words are normally pre-printed on gift tags? TO:  and  FROM:

28. There are 365 days in a year. What number is Christmas Day? 359

29. Christmas Ridge is located in what underwater mountain range? Pacific Ocean

30. After Joseph, Mary and Jesus left Bethlehem, they went to what country? Egypt

31. "Advent" means? Coming

32. Lucy charges how much for her psychiatric services in the animation, "A Charlie Brown Christmas"? 5 cents

33. Frosty is a girl or boy? Male

34. How much did it cost to send a Christmas card within the same city early in the Victorian era? Nothing

35.Traditionally speaking, Frosty the Snowman has a hat; but, does he also wear a scarf? Yes

36. McDonald's  puts what holiday image on bags during the Christmas season? Trees

37. The Littlest Angel has a problem wearing what correctly? His Halo

38. December 24, 1814 ended what war? The War of 1812

39. On this day every year, the largest government mailing takes place? December 26

40. In "Jingle Bell Rock" everyone is dancing and prancing.  Where do they do it? Jingle Bell Square

41. Which reindeer's name is also the name of a kitchen cleanser? Comet

42. Santa Claus gets back up the chimney by doing what? And laying his finger aside of his nose, and giving a nod up the chimney he rose!

43. Alvin the Chipmunk wants  what for Christmas? Hoola- Hoop

44. In A Christmas Carol, all three spirits visited in one night or three nights? One (1)

45. UPS delivers on Christmas Eve?  Yes!!!

46. What is the biggest selling Christmas single of all time? White Christmas

47. Scrooge's first name is what? Ebenezer

48. "Greensleeves" is another name for what Christmas song? What Child is This?

49. Who first recorded "Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer"? Gene Autry

50. In the movie "It's a Wonderful Life" takes place where? Bedford Falls

51. In the song,  "Silver Bells" what is dressed in holiday style? Sidewalks

52. Where did there arise such a clatter? On the lawn

53. The American Lung Association sells what during Christmas? Christmas Seals

54. What was the little boys name who stayed home in the movie, Home Alone? Kevin

55. "The Night Before Christmas?" never mentions which reindeer? Rudolph

56. Santa catches either the Flu or a cold in the movie, The Year Without a Santa Claus. A Cold

57. In A Charlie Brown Christmas, what does Lucy want for Christmas? Real Estate

58.  The custom of finding a button in the plum pudding means  what to an unmarried man? Bachelorhood

59.  "Catch me if you can"?  was said by whom? Frosty the Snowman

60. The most popular toy of 1984 was what doll named after a vegetable? Cabbage Patch Dolls

61. What  is the most heard Christmas carol at Christmas? White Christmas

62.  Frosty the Snowman first debuted on which TV station? CBS

63. Santa's favorite Christmas carol is? A tricky question!!  Actually he loves them all, just like all kids.

64. When did flashing Christmas lights get introduced?  1930's or 1950's? 1930's

65. The Brady Bunch puts their Christmas tree where? By the Staircase

66. Babe, the pig, sings what Christmas song in the movie "Babe" ? Jingle Bells

67. Ralph E. Morris, a telephone company employee, invented what for Christmas trees? Electric Tree Lights

68. Why did Joseph and Mary go from Nazareth to Bethlehem? To be taxed

69. "The Twelve Days of Christmas"  has how many verses? Well duh?   12

70. Whitney Houston  had this  #1 song during Christmas 1992? I will always love you

71. Frosty  was brought alive by what? A Magic Hat

72. The Reverend Jesse Jackson founded what organization on December 24, 1971? People United to Save Humanity  =  PUSH

73. What was Rudolph's punishment for his red nose? Could not play Reindeer Games

74. What automobile manufacturer was born on Christmas Day 1878? Louis Joseph Chevrolet

75. Which actor said,"Now I know there is a Santa Claus" after receiving his Oscar? Edmond Gwenn

76. The average number of gifts an adult male gets for Christmas is?  6 or 10? 6

77. In the "Christmas Song" what are folks dressed up like? Eskimos

78. Who wrote A Christmas Carol? Charles Dickens

79. What is the main ingredient in gingerbread cookies: Flour, Ginger or Molasses? Flour

80. Is their snow on the ground for Christmas in the movie, Babe,? No

81. Name the three reindeer whose names begin with "D" Dasher,   Donder,   Dancer

82. Who starred in the movie, " Christmas in Connecticut"? Barbara Stanwyck

83. This state was the last to declare Christmas a legal holiday? Oklahoma

84. Scrooge feared this Ghost the most? The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

85. In It's A Wonderful Life, what did Clarence receive for accomplishing his mission: wings or halo? His Wings

86. In a boxing match on 12-25-1950, who knocked out Hans Stretz ? Sugar Ray Robinson

87. On what street did a Santa Claus miracle occur? 34th Street

88. What famous lithographers are reprinted a lot of Christmas cards?  Currier & Ives

89. Traditionally, does the oldest or youngest family member open the first present? The Youngest Child

90. What carol demands figgy pudding? We Wish You a Merry Christmas

91. "Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer" was written by who? Johnny Marks

92. What river did General Washington cross on December 25, 1776? The Delaware River

93. We all know that Santa has a long, white beard. But, does he also have a moustache? Yes

94. Elvis Presley recorded a sad  Christmas song in the fifties of what color? Blue Christmas

95. What song contains the line, "Lets be jolly, deck the halls with boughs of holly"? Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree

96. In White Christmas, what did Danny Kaye and Vera-Ellen 
do in order to reunite Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney?
Announced their engagement

97. In "A Christmas Memory" Buddy made tin foil angels from what candy bar?
Hershey Bars

98. What city name do the states Kentucky, Indiana, New Hampshire,
 Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut and Georgia have in common?

99. What carol contains the line, "Star with royal beauty bright"? We Three Kings of Orient Are

100.  In the poem, "The Night Before Christmas" Santa Claus is used how many times? None

101. St. Nick's nose is often compared to what fruit? A Cherry

102. This Florida town maintains a fully decorated tree year round? Christmas, Florida

103. What are the traditional colors of the candles on an advent wreath? Purple and Pink

104. What came first -- the book or the movie Miracle on 34th Street? The Movie

105. What early seventies NFL Dolphin was born on Christmas Day 1946? Larry Csonka

106. After red and green, what are the two most poplar Christmas colors? Silver and Gold

107. What country group recorded "Christmas in Dixie" in the early 1980's? Alabama

108. In Home Alone2, what color limo did Kevin rent? White

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I tried to choose questions for ALL AGES and in a variety of categories so that everyone has a chance to get some Ho's for the holidays! :)
These are just some of the questions
taken from "Tis The Season Christmas Trivia" by Debco, Inc.
Downers Grove, IL 60516 Copyright 1988, 1993, 1996   To purchase the game, visit
However, I've reworded many questions just in case you already have the game. ;)

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