The latest viral trend has inspired singletons on TikTok to try the ritual as part of their quest for love in the new year.
"There are often struggles between mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law, and there's a psychological basis for it," psychiatrist Carole Lieberman told Newsweek.
A carp in the bathtub, camels pulling Santa's sleigh...Newsweek has put together a list of the most interesting Christmas traditions from around the world.
According to a recent poll, 49 percent of Brits don't plan on watching King Charles' first Christmas message, which forms part of a royal festive tradition.
According to a poll, Americans are projected to spend $932 on average on presents, up over a hundred dollars from the past two years.
Newsweek looks at some of the countries around the world that don't typically celebrate Halloween, and some may surprise you.
Legend has it, the bouquet toss was invented so the bride could throw the flowers and then run away and escape the clamoring singletons.
The sickle may have been placed in a woman's grave to prevent her rising from the dead and exacting revenge.
A deep dive into the annual Federal holiday, what the typical traditions are as well as some traditions that aren't so widely known.
"My parents also scolded her and told her she's very entitled for expecting them to babysit the kids," wrote the original poster.
Mumsnet users were up in arms over the disregard for tradition.
April Fools' Day is widely known as a time for jokes and hoaxes, but exactly why do these traditionally take place on April 1 is a bit a baffling mystery.
The woman said: "I don't want to waste any more time and would like full commitment and to settle down."
The unofficial start of the festive shopping season was on Black Friday. But how far are we from Christmas?
There are some simple but important rules for parents and kids to follow to maintain the Christmas tradition.
The mistletoe Christmas kissing tradition appears to originate from an amalgamation of myths from around the world.
Several phrases can be used to celebrate Hanukkah, from a simple "happy holiday" to warm wishes and blessings.
The origins of Thanksgiving can be traced back to harvest festivals, when the Pilgrims and Native Americans gave thanks for a bountiful harvest.
"[R]eply to his post that he could have gotten a family photo if he'd stop excluding his nieces from it," noted one commenter.
U.S. presidents have been presented with turkeys from as far back as the 19th century during the presidency of Ulysses S. Grant.
The start date of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the breaking of the fasting period of Ramada, can vary across the world.
On the March equinox, the length of the day and night is almost equal wherever you are in the world.
The iconic New Year's Eve song never actually mentions New Year's Eve but is an appropriate ode to remembering fond adventures of the past.
From the southern United States to Colombia to Greece, and Japan, Newsweek has compiled a list of several practices you can do to begin the new year with a little positivity, and dare we say it, luck.
Want to try something different this New Year's Eve? All around the globe humans celebrate NYE in very unique and weird ways.
Christmas is celebrated in different ways around the world.
It appears like these birds preserve their cultural traditions much like humans do.
Picture this: Prince Harry jumping the broom.