The holidays are celebrated quite differently depending on where you are in the world. Austrian children hide from Krampus, while in Sweden they burn a huge wooden Yule Goat structure.
Over in Japan, the traditional meal for Christmas since the 1970s has been a big bucket of the Colonel’s secret recipe of 11 herbs and spices. When KFC came to the country they launched a campaign called “Kentucky for Christmas,” telling citizens that it’s what Americans eat during the season. While that may have been a little white lie, according to CNN, it stuck, with lines snaking outside the fast-food chain’s restaurants starting on December 23rd. They even dress up statues of Colonel Sanders as Santa. Read more about the tradition HERE.