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[OFF TOPIC] Happy Holidays and Birthdays Thread

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LDOG    265

Happy 2018 everyone.:toast:

 

I would like to fast forward to October in a time machine already (well, maybe making a stop in June-july first).

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bestmen    449

Awakened by the fireworks .

Anyway Happy new year to all  even if i prefer to stay in  20BrazilGermany 

I can  bet the next one will be 20ArgentinaNigeria

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stefanbg    44

Happy New Year everyone! Wish you a successful and peaceful new year with plenty of memorable sports moments.

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Quasit    70
1 hour ago, uk12points said:

Happy New Year everyone!! Always good to be waking up in an Olympic year!!

From 2022 onwards, every year will be an Olympic year. :d

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DaniSRB    228

Today we celebrate Badnje veče (Christmas Eve).

 

This is badnjak.

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Tradition is that housefather early in the morning cuts it and bring it into house. (In more riecent times, especially in the cities you can buy at market).

 

You keep it through year and the one from last year burn.

 

In front on the church lightening of badnjak is organized, too.

 

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The dinner on this day is prepared accordance with the rules of fasting.

 

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And there is one tradition for kids korinđanje (kids put on masks) or pijukanje when kids go  through neigborhood and sing and ask for sweets.

 

Tradition also varies from region to region.

 

Srećno Bandje veče! Happy Christmas Eve!

 

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OlympicIRL    547
3 hours ago, DaniSRB said:

Today we celebrate Badnje veče (Christmas Eve).

 

This is badnjak.

 

 

Tradition is that housefather early in the morning cuts it and bring it into house. (In more riecent times, especially in the cities you can buy at market).

 

You keep it through year and the one from last year burn.

 

In front on the church lightening of badnjak is organized, too.

 

 

The dinner on this day is prepared accordance with the rules of fasting.

 

And there is one tradition for kids korinđanje (kids put on masks) or pijukanje when kids go  through neigborhood and sing and ask for sweets.

 

Tradition also varies from region to region.

 

Srećno Bandje veče! Happy Christmas Eve!

 

 

This looks wonderful, I love traditions like this and the food of course is always something to look forward to :). Enjoy the festivities everyone who celebrates at this time!

 

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