Miscellaneous

Customs and tradition of Croatia including siesta?

siesta is not croatian

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What is the supersticious reason of your right palm being itchy in the same spot all day?

you will make lot of money

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What is the chronological order of US holidays?

im not sure the answer

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What was the world record for the heaviest pumpkin in 2002?

Charlie Houghton of grew a record pumpkin weighing 606.72 kg. (1337.60 pounds). By 2012, the record was falling annually: 2010 - Chris Stevens of New Richmond, WI - 821.22 kg (1810.5 pounds) - Stillwater Harvest Fest 2011 - Jim Bryson and his daughter Kelsey - 824.86 kg (1818.5 pounds) - Prince E...

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Where can you find a Sandy Grease costume?

in the store barbs and britches

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What are some crazy hair ideas?

spikey, bed head (the easiest to accomplish correctly), different colored hair strands, LOTS og hair gel to get it moldable so you can make a shape but, those require a LOT of hair.

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How do you ask to be invited to a Halloween party that the entire school was invited to I'm friendly with the girl throwing it. Is it pathetic to ask to be invited literally all my friends are going?

If she didn't invite you, ask her, " Did you forget my invitation because I'm your friend and all." If she says no, go with your friends to your house and throw a Halloween party.

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What are traditions in Paris?

allthough i am not entirely sure about traditions of a religious nature or social manor but i am lead to believe the french in Paris have a vast love of food and wine, favouring white wine. they would definitely do there best to be polite, but not to tourists, i hope this answers your question, g...

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What tradition in other countries is similar to the siesta?

Siesta is a Spanish word that comes from the Latin sexta hora, meaning the sixth hour (after dawn), so a midday nap, usually after the meal. The siesta probably began in Spain, and then spread to many Latin American countries. The heat of the midday sun, as well as a midday meal would both contri...

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Where can you buy fake tongue rubber?

a magic shop, ya, thats right i went there oh ya andi bought one before

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What country celebrates day of the dread?

It is called the day of the dead. Mexico celebrates it.

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When is international nude day?

In New Zealand it's coming up on the 19th September. However I have seen that Beijing celebrated in mid May in 2006.

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How did the history of Trick 'O' treating begin?

The tribal Celts appeased evil spirits: ghosts, goblins, and demons. The built giant bonfires were built so the spirits could find their way in to the world of the living. They'd put out food, hoping to please the spirit world. If they didn't leave anything, they believed the spirits would play e...

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What are some renaissance celebrations?

Christmas New Year Fest of the epiphany (12th night) Easter Ascension Day Feast of the assumption Feast of St John the Baptist on Midsummers Day

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Why do people celebrate?

People celebrate functions for many reasons. A special marker in a lifetime, such as a birth, a death, or a wedding are all causes for a celebration. While a funeral is not a joyous celebration, it is still a celebration to remember a major event in life. Religious celebrations are frequently man...

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What are some weird holidays?

April Fool`s Day, Halloween, Mardi Gras.........

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What holidays do they celebrate in Turkey?

in turkey they celebrate Victory day,New Sovereignty and children's labour and Soliderity,Republic day,Ataturk commemoration and Youth and Sports day,

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What time to start trick or treating?

At age probably by the time they can walk and say trick-or-treat. But if you go to a church trunk-or-treat anytime its fun and free. If you do go it's good to go around 7:00 everyone has had diner and is ready for candy.

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What year did the taste of chicago take place?

What has grown into the world's largest food festival, the first Taste of Chicago took place on July 4, 1980, at a blocked-off section of Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago. It's now held annually at Grant Park in Chicago due to the size of the crowds that it draws.

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How did the Soc boys dress like?

They were annoying things and you are a idiot.

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What is traditionally thrown at Tibetan celebrations?

At important celebrations such as weddings, festivals and holidays, birthdays and, especially, New Year festivities, Tibetans follow a tradition hundreds of years old of throwing roasted barley flour (called tsampa) into the air, calling out 'Tashi Delek' (pronounced much as it's written) which t...

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