In Burma, families adorn their front doors with fish. Oh Christmas, parents stuff the fish with candied nuts, and the children wear them as necklaces. In Catalonia, familes keep a log with a face painted on it in their home. On Christmas, the family beats the log with sticks, singing a song asking the log to poop candy. In Bermuda, children make kites which are flown on Christmas. During flight, the kites are set ablaze, and the child whose kite burn brightest gets a loquat jam cake. Whoops, two of these are made up. One of them is completely real. Give up?