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Discussion in 'Celebrations' started by Zsanna, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. Zsanna

    Zsanna ModErrata

    Hungary
    Hungarian - Hungary
    Kellemes húsvéti ünnepeket kívánok minden fórumozónknak!

    Zsanna
    MF moderátor
     
  2. Sowka

    Sowka Forera und Moderatorin

    Hannover
    German, Northern Germany
    Köszönöm, Zsanna! Viszont kívánom!

    In Polish this would be: "Wesołych świąt i mokrego dyngusa". I love this Śmigus-dyngus tradition (only read about it, never experienced it.... ;)).

    In German: "Frohe Ostern Euch allen!"
     
  3. Zsanna

    Zsanna ModErrata

    Hungary
    Hungarian - Hungary
    This must be the reason why you love it!:D
    OK. It is nice to have a tradition in general, of course... but that was the only thing I didn't miss when living abroad.
    Luckily, when you get older, you are less likely to be exposed to such "fun". (Even if it means being some perfume vapored onto your head -- instead of water, anyway.)
     
  4. Sowka

    Sowka Forera und Moderatorin

    Hannover
    German, Northern Germany
    Amazing! That's exactly what my female Polish colleagues say! :D

    Well. Depends on the perfume. ....
     
  5. Zsanna

    Zsanna ModErrata

    Hungary
    Hungarian - Hungary
    ;)
    The perfume? It is never something "posh" as it is needed in great quantites (boys have to "water" as many girls as possible, for the fame, the glory and the painted eggs, even money if they are very young and visit older relations) but when you've had some 10 in a row, you couldn't smell any of them individually, in any case. (The mixture, however, is only too obvious and you can't wait to stand under the shower at last! :eek:)
     

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