Well, the tradition dates back to ancient times, when the Greeks associated the plant with fertility and life.
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In Victorian England, it was considered bad luck for a woman to refuse a kiss under mistletoe.
Mistletoe is a parasitic plant that grows on tree branches and steals their nutrients.
Nowadays, it's become a fun holiday tradition to show affection under the mistletoe around Christmas.
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