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Holiday traditions not so traditional for CNBC

Holiday traditions—everyone has one (or two). We're getting into the spirit here around the studios, by roaming the halls around to hear what makes the holidays so special for our anchors and reporters.

Uh, we're actually a little taken aback!

Sure there are the traditional cookies, the fun gingerbread houses, the imbibing.

But then there's the bourbon balls and that family talent show, complete with back flips.

America—andCNBC's got talent and a little attitude.

It's Unscripted: The holiday edition.

(Read more: Unscripted: My favorite book)

—By CNBC's Gloria McDonough-Taub.

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