Interesting New Year Facts to Share with Friends, Loved Ones

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Interesting New Year Facts: When the new year comes, everyone will be busy in planning to enjoy the new year bash with friends and family. Here is one of the best things we are sharing today which will make you feel that you know nothing about new year celebrations and how people think about it. Here are the facts which you have to know about New Year to share with Friends and family.

Everyone will make some resolutions who want to strictly follow in the new year to give them a fresh start. But one thing which they don’t know if they will stop that thing in few days. Even after few days, they want to start again from the beginning but they couldn’t continue the ones which they made. They will skip that to next year and wait for the new year to make fresh resolutions. Do Check: Happy New Year 2018 Images HD, New Year 2018 Whatsapp Dp Pic’s

Interesting New Year Facts:

Some people wear adult diapers while celebrating New Year at Time Square due to the lack of toilets.

About 45% of Americans make New Year resolutions and 25% of them give up their resolutions within a few days. Also, the resolutions that are taken by most of them are to lose weight, to save money, to stay fit, to quit smoking.

People wear red underwear in Italy on New Year’s Day (1 January) to bring good luck all year long.

In 2010, a “Black Widow” suicide bomber planned a terrorist attack in central Moscow on New Year’s Eve but was killed when a spam message from her mobile phone operator wishing her a happy new year received just hours before the planned attack triggered her suicide belt, killing her, but nobody else.

The ancient Hawaiian New Year was four months long, the war was forbidden, people stopped working, and the people spent time dancing, feasting and having a good time.

In an effort to reduce drunk driving, every New Year’s Eve the AAA will tow your car and give you a lift home for free, even if you’re not a member (not available in all states)

Around one million people gather in New York City’s Times Square to watch the ball drop which came about because of a ban on fireworks. In 1907, people saw the first ball which weighed 700 pounds and was lit with hundred 25-watt lights, while today, it is covered in 2,688 crystals, is lit by 32,000 LED lights, weighs 11,875 pounds and is 12 feet in diameter.

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