People are flocking to social media platforms to celebrate the return of the Christmas holiday, with the hashtag #holidaytoday trending worldwide.
It all started when an Instagram user posted a photo of himself and a friend, captioned: “It’s Christmas time, and we want to spend the day with friends, family and family.”
The image went viral, sparking a flurry of posts and comments from people across the globe.
Some people have been sharing their own Christmas photos, including an image of a family of four on their holiday table.
Some were even sharing the same picture of a boy with his mum and dad and his mum’s sister.
But the number of people sharing holiday snaps with friends on social media has continued to increase.
And now, there is a new trend emerging on Twitter, where people are sharing holiday photos with friends in the hopes of catching the eye of their friends on holiday.
Some of these tweets have been retweeted thousands of times, with some people even sharing holiday pictures with their parents.
But many others are still seeing a problem.
The #holidaynow hashtag is trending worldwide, with more than 20,000 tweets posted in just over 24 hours.
The hashtag has been used by thousands of people to share holiday photos, but the problem is it is not really a snap of a Christmas day.
A Facebook account created by a family from Australia posted a video of themselves and their family enjoying the day.
The video was shared over 20,500 times and shared more than 50,000 times, and the family’s account was liked by more than 5,000 people.
In a separate video, a couple from France shared their own photo, captioning: “Our family is on a trip, so we thought we would do something fun and festive for Christmas.”
The photo was shared more about 5,400 times and the account was loved by more over 4,600 people.
It’s been shared more and more and now people are seeing it as a way to make a family photo with friends.
And many are sharing the photos with their friends to show off how much they love them.
“My friends and I have been having a bit of a social media crush and we wanted to share a festive photo of us with our friends,” one woman wrote on Facebook.
“I’m so glad you’re sharing the picture because we think it looks super cool.”
Others have been posting photos with relatives from different countries.
“We are on a holiday and I thought I’d share some photos with my cousin,” a man wrote on Instagram.
“Our son’s mum is from India and my cousin is from Malaysia.”
“I hope you have a wonderful holiday and if you can tell me a few more holiday snaps that I can share with my friends and family, that would be lovely,” another woman wrote.
It is unclear if the family has shared the photos online or via social media.