Certainly, for the majority of French people, Christmas is a family celebration.

But for others, it's more of an opportunity to share a good meal and exchange gifts with friends.

And this for different reasons: they do not really get along with their parents and / or their siblings, they live too far from the family bosom, they want to celebrate Christmas in a less conventional way ... In this period when the coronavirus epidemic flames, some also prefer to stay away from their parents so as not to risk infecting them.

If you've ever spent Christmas with your friends or are about to do so, tell us why.

Is it for professional reasons, for distance, or because you just don't want to share the turkey with your family?

And what are the motivations of your friends?

If you've ever spent Christmas Eve with friends, how was the evening of the 24th or the lunch of the 25th?

Did this Christmas taste a little bitter for you or on the contrary did you have a much better time than with your family?

Who cooked?

Did you give yourself gifts?

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