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What’s your favorite holiday decoration?

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You got Sheep-Cote Clod, or Stekkjarstaur in Icelandic!

The first Yule Lad comes to town on December 12. His name is Sheep-Cote Clod; a true animal lover, he likes to play with and pester the yews in the farmers' sheep sheds!

Just like Sheep-Cote Clod, you love animals and enjoy getting in a little mischief every once in awhile.

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You got Gully Gawk, or Giljagaur in Icelandic!

On December 13, it’s Gully Gawk's turn to crawl down from the mountains. When he’s not running around Iceland’s majestic gullies, you can find him sneaking into the cowshed and slurping the foam off the milk in the buckets.

Just like Gully Gawk, you love spending time in the great outdoors and taking in the best of what Mother Nature has to offer.

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You got Stubby, or Stúfur in Icelandic!

The Yule Lad who arrives on December 14 is called Stubby. He is a little, shall we say, vertically challenged. He might be small, but his short size doesn't stop him from snatching bits of food left in pots and pans!

Just like Stubby, you might be on the smaller side, but you’ve got a big heart to make up for it!

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You got Spoon-Licker, or Þvörusleikir in Icelandic!

Spoon-Licker comes down from the mountains on December 15. This Lad sneaks into the houses and licks the wooden spoons used to scrape the pots.

Just like Spoon-Licker, you don’t let anything go to waste and are happy to take care of the leftovers or clean up after others!

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You got Pot-Scraper, or Pottaskefill in Icelandic!

Pot-Scraper is expected to arrive on December 16. He is also sometimes called Pot-Licker since in the old days he waited patiently to snatch away the unwashed pots to lick the leftover food from the insides!

Just like Pot-Scraper, you’re a patient person who’s willing to work hard for what you want. You’ll put in the time and effort because you know the end result will be worth it!

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You got Bowl-Licker, or Askasleikir in Icelandic!

Bowl-Licker comes to town on December 17. In the past, Icelanders ate from wooden bowls that they sometimes kept under the bed or on the floor. Bowl-Licker would hide under the bed, and if someone put their bowl down, he grabbed it and licked it clean!

Just like Bowl-Licker, you’re very resourceful and can be counted on to always find a practical use for everything.

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You got Door-Slammer, or Hurðaskellir in Icelandic!

Door-Slammer comes to town on December 18. He always makes a lot of noise when he walks around, slamming doors and causing a ruckus. The townspeople hardly get any rest when he’s around!

Just like Door-Slammer, you’re a naturally boisterous and lively person. Sometimes you can’t help it if you make a little extra noise, it’s just the way you are!

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You got Skyr-Gobbler, or Skyrgámur in Icelandic!

On December 19 we welcome the Yule Lad called Skyr Gobbler. His favorite treat is an Icelandic dairy product called skyr, which is similar to yogurt. Watch out, or he’ll sneak into your pantry and gobble up all the skyr out of the skyr tub!

Just like Skyr-Gobbler, you like to indulge every once in awhile, especially in Icelandic Provisions! Everything in moderation, right? Plus, skyr’s got plenty of calcium and protein to keep you strong and healthy!

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You got Sausage-Swiper, or Bjúgnakrækir in Icelandic!

December 20 marks the arrival of the Sausage Swiper! Few possess the insatiable appetite for sausages that Bjúgnakrækir boasts!

Just like Sausage-Swiper, once you get your mind set on something you can’t forget about it. Make sure you visit the Bæjarins beztu pylsur hotdog stand in Reykjavik - you’ll love it!

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You got Window-Peeper, or Gluggagægir in Icelandic!

December 21 is when Window-Peeper arrives. This Lad is not as greedy as some of his brothers; he just likes to peep through the windows and sneak a peek at all the Christmas presents!

Just like Window-Peeper, you’re more shy and reserved than some of your peers. You enjoy taking things in from behind the scenes, rather than being the center of attention.

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You got Doorway-Sniffer, or Gáttaþefur in Icelandic!

Doorway-Sniffer comes to town on December 22. He is easily recognized by his big nose. He loves the smell of the cakes and lace bread that are often prepared in Iceland around the holidays. Doorway-Sniffer is often guilty of stealing one or two of these delicious treats from the kitchen.

Just like Doorway-Sniffer, you appreciate the little things in life, like the smell of warm bread fresh out of the oven. You enjoy taking the time to savor the special little moments you experience throughout your days.

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You got Meat-Hook, or Ketkrókur in Icelandic!

St. Thorlák's Day, December 23, is the day of Meat Hook's arrival. Meat Hook is crazy about all kinds of meat. In the old days, he would lower a long stick through the chimney and snag a smoked leg of lamb hanging from the rafters!

Just like Meat-Hook, when you see something you want you’re not afraid to go after it. You have a can-do attitude that can’t be beat.

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You got Candle-Stealer, or Kertasníkir in Icelandic!

Candle-Stealer, the final Yule Lad, arrives on Christmas Eve. In the old days, candles were the brightest lights available to the Icelandic people. They were so rare and precious that all children longed to have their very own candle for Christmas, and poor Candle-Stealer – well, he also longed for a candle and would try to steal them for himself!

Just like Candle-Stealer, you have an affinity for the finer things in life, and you appreciate the “old days” when everything was a little simpler.

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