New Year's celebrations around the world are simultaneously wonderful, wacky and sometimes a little bit weird. For example, here in Northern Spain we welcomed in 2007 by eating twelve grapes as the clock chimed twelve and then washed them down with sparkling cider. In England, someone runs outside and comes back in (via the front door) carrying coal (ideally), but more often than not bread, salt or money as our first-footer. In Switzerland, we used to let a drop of cream hit the floor to bring us luck. And in the US, it was all about eating black-eyed peas while watching the parades and football.
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