Ever wondered what Boxing Day is and where it gets its name. Here are the reasons and traditions surrounding the oddly-named holiday.

Ever Wondered What Boxing Day is and Where it Gets its Name?

Ever wondered what Boxing Day is and where it gets its name. Here are the reasons and traditions surrounding the oddly-named holiday.

Ever Wondered What Boxing Day is and Where it Gets its Name?

Ever Wondered What Boxing Day is and Where it Gets its Name?

Boxing day is a truly British event and one steeped in history and traditions. It may have changed recently but many foods and activities remain.

21 Irresistible Boxer Puppies To Celebrate Boxing Day @Meagan Millar @Annmarie Lodick (Tolfa)

21 Irresistible Boxer Puppies To Celebrate Boxing Day

21 Irresistible Boxer Puppies To Celebrate Boxing Day @Meagan Millar @Annmarie Lodick (Tolfa)

Origins of Boxing Day

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21 Irresistible Boxer Puppies To Celebrate Boxing Day - BuzzFeed Mobile

21 Irresistible Boxer Puppies To Celebrate Boxing Day

21 Irresistible Boxer Puppies To Celebrate Boxing Day - BuzzFeed Mobile

Look out, The Good Dinosaur is on it's way to cinemas this Boxing Day! #GoodDino

Look out, The Good Dinosaur is on it's way to cinemas this Boxing Day! #GoodDino

Boxing Day Buffet. Boxing Day is traditionally the day following Christmas Day, when servants and tradesmen would receive gifts from their bosses or employers, known as a "Christmas box". Today, Boxing Day is better known as a bank or public holiday that occurs on 26 December, or the first or second weekday after Christmas Day, depending on national or regional laws. It is observed in the United Kingdom some other Commonwealth nations.

What the Heck IS Boxing Day Anyway? (with Chutney Recipe

Boxing Day Buffet. Boxing Day is traditionally the day following Christmas Day, when servants and tradesmen would receive gifts from their bosses or employers, known as a "Christmas box". Today, Boxing Day is better known as a bank or public holiday that occurs on 26 December, or the first or second weekday after Christmas Day, depending on national or regional laws. It is observed in the United Kingdom some other Commonwealth nations.

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