Christmas is just ahead of us and most Americans are close to finishing their shopping. Did you know that the Americans spend an average of $770 on gifts? That’s more than in European countries such as Holland, Germany, and the UK as well as in South Africa. Also, 88% of Americans put up a Christmas tree every year and 51% of them are strongly religious.
Some may say that only working one day a year is easy, however this may not be the case for poor old Santa Claus this Christmas Eve. With all the rushing around trying to deliver all the presents in time for Christmas morning it seems that Santa Claus may not be taking health and safety into consideration. With all the slippery roofs, open flames and hazardous Christmas tree lights Santa actually has a rather dangerous job. First4Lawyers has created the following infographic to look at the seven perils of being Santa this festive season.
The following is a quirky and fascinating look into the surprising statistics surrounding Santa’s annual journey around the globe to delivery all of his presents. Inspired by a great article by ABC News, Parcel2Go went several steps further and discovered several interesting details regarding Santa’s journey.
Santa’s been throwing alcoholic beverages back for a few centuries and has zipped around the world a thousand times, which has been plenty of time to pick up some wicked Christmas cocktail recipes. This infographic from Treetopia includes some of Santa’s favorite mixed drinks from around the globe – complete with easy-to-follow mixing instructions.
With Christmas quickly approaching, Santa is busy getting everything set for his worldwide tour. The stockings he has to fill can leave a large carbon footprint behind. This Infographic looks at Santa’s environmental impact, and looks to help him run a slightly more eco-friendly operation.