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Night Fever By Draga & Aurel
New Year's Fun Facts
New Year’s Fun Facts

New Year’s is coming, but before 2017 arrive, we want to thanks to all of our faithful readers, that every day contributed to our success. Thanks for making us grow up little by little every day. However, this is not the time to act sensibly. This is time to party, be with the ones you love and do all the things that you wouldn´t do on any other night of the year.

We are almost there and we will be glad to tell you all about New Year’s Eve.

Stay tuned, and enjoy our fun facts about the craziest night of the year.


Some privacy, please!

New Year's Fun FactsOne billion people watch the ball drop worldwide.

I don´t think that´s enough

New Year's Fun FactsOne ton of confetti is dropped in Times Square on New Year’s Eve.

Oops! I forgot my wallet…

FoodThe average cost for a couple to enjoy dinner and a show in New York City (the most expensive venue) will be $1,160.

The average cost for a couple to enjoy dinner and a show in Washington, D.C., (least expensive city) will be $480.

Wait…I found it!

food20 percent of all charitable donations are made in the final 48 hours of the year.

Good luck guys!

New Year's Fun Facts44 percent of Americans plan to kiss someone at midnight on New Year’s Eve.

Just five more minutes, please…

Baby smiling in bed with eyes closed and arms out.30 percent of Americans fall asleep before midnight on New Year’s Eve.


You look sexier than ever

helping-handsThe No. 1 resolution for 2017 is to be a better person, the first time that weight loss and/or exercise wasn’t the top resolution.

What about you?

New Year's Fun Facts67 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions.

If you drink, don´t drive

New Year's Fun FactsThe average blood-alcohol level on New Year’s Eve is .094 percent, making it the most drunken night of the year.

Hope that you liked this little article about fun facts.

We also want to wish an spectacular 2017 and thank you once again for your amazing contribute. It means a lot to us. Have a good one!

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