You might celebrate New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day every year with some champagne, a midnight kiss, and a viewing of the Times Square ball dropping, but do you know where some of these traditions come from? Here are a few facts about New Year’s Eve that you might have heard before and forgotten or didn’t know at all!

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50 Facts About New Years

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