The Questions Google Gets Asked On Christmas Eve Eve

Posted: Dec 23 2015, 5:13am CST | by , Updated: Dec 23 2015, 10:42am CST, in News | Technology News


The Questions Google Gets Asked on Christmas Eve Eve
BERLIN, GERMANY - DECEMBER 22: Shoppers walk among Christmas lights at a shopping mall two days before Christmas Eve on December 22, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. Many shoppers are still looking for gifts two and retailers are hoping for a strong finale to the Christmas shopping season. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

It is Christmas Eve Eve. Did not know that was a thing, but Christmas Eve Eve is trending.

It is December 23 and kids around the world are getting more and more excited. Christmas Eve Eve is an event in the top 10 trends on Twitter this morning. So what are people concerned with only one day before Christmas Eve? Google just released the top 5 questions that its search engine gets asked on Christmas Eve Eve.

The top question, I kid you not, is "How many days unit Christmas?, followed by "When is Christmas?" Ok. The data is from the UK, but that does not explain why people ask one day before Christmas, "When is Christmas?"

Google's answer is Christmas Day is on December 25 and Christmas Eve is December 24, like every bloody year.

The next questions in the list are actually more reasonable. Many Brits are want to know when they get their tax credits over Christmas. The Government has the answer.

They also want to know if Christmas Eve is a bank holiday. It is not. Christmas Day is a bank holiday.

A telling question is the last one that Google revealed. "What do I get dad for Christmas?" So dad is the last one on the list for a Christmas gift as it is Christmas Eve. I am a dad and here is my advice: Give dad a nice bottle of single malt and give him peace to enjoy it like Nick Offerman.

Happy Holidays!

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