It is finally Christmas day and all over the World kids are excitedly opening up their presents to see what they have got from Santa. But there is also millions of animals all over the World doing the exact same thing…
Ten Photos of Happy Animals Opening Their Christmas Presents
BONUS CONTENT: Top 10 Facts About Gifts
10 – “What was that? I hope no-one take my gift away!”
FACT: In the UK alone it is estimated that over 100,000 people will forget or not have the batteries needed to be placed inside the gifts they have brought themselves!
9 – “Remember kids, try not to rip the wrapping paper so we can use it next year!”
FACT: Each year the UK and US postal services put together lose over 10 million presents and letters never to be seen again, 90% of that is at Christmas / holiday time!
8 – “An aftershave gift set!…..uumm..thanks!”
FACT: It is estimated that all over the World there is 800 million presents and gifts without a name on it!
7 – “I hope this is the plastic tube I asked for!”
FACT: Gift cards and vouchers make up less than 0.1% of all gifts given to people!
6 – “This is the best gift ever! …that thing inside the box? No, I threw that rubbish away.”
FACT: This year (2013) it is the touch tablets that are ruling the roost with over 700 million due to be sold, but in 2010 it was less than 5 million!
5 – “This isn’t a PS4 it is a PS1! Oh my god, life is so unfair!!!”
FACT: The amount people spend online over December jumps by over 50% over all the other months!
4 – “Before I open any present I like to lick the box for good luck!”
FACT: Just under 5% of all Christmas and holiday gifts/presents people bought online are festive! Things like Christmas lights, baubles and Santa-themed goods!
3 – “This had better not be bananas, I hate bananas! I wanted an XBOX.”
FACT: Healthcare gifts are the lowest average amount spent on a gift with the price on average being just £9, but they do make up over 20% of overall gifts brought.
2 – “Darling? Did you keep the receipt, this t-shirt is only XL, I need XXL!
FACT: Educational gifts like learning books, science kits, craft builds and models still make up over 40% of all gifts sold!
1 – “This had better not be socks again, I hate socks!”
FACT: The Average Online Gift price was just £14 in 2010, this year (2013) it is estimated to be £146!