You know how the old song asks "What Are You Doing New Years Eve?" Well, with Christmas behind us, it's time to consider that question.
Many of us in the U.S. will probably attend a party or watch the ball drop in Times Square, but the more adventurous should look outside America for ideas.
Badoo.com recently conducted a survey to find the world's strangest New Year's traditions. And while things like firing guns into the air, Thailand's three-day water fight, Scotland's spinning balls of fire and Germany's odd obsession with an old British movie scored high marks, they didn't top this year's list.
According to the survey, the three countries with the strangest New Year's traditions are...
But we want to hear from you. What's the strangest tradition you know, or maybe even partake in yourself? And what are your New Year's Eve plans? Let us know on twitter: @DonLemon and @OutFrontCNN.