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A (Left-Right) Christmas Story, the only criteria for a left-right (or, if you prefer, right-left) Christmas story is that it contain lots of gift-passing cues.
The game begins with people sitting in a circle holding their own gifts.
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If you have the time, you might even try making up your own story.
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Participants follow these verbal cues, passing gifts to their left or right until the story ends and each person keeps the gift theyre holding.
The only trick here is to make sure gifts dont wind up back in the hands of the people who brought them.