xeni at November 2nd, 2013 12:29 — #1
murrayhenson at November 2nd, 2013 15:26 — #2
In many countries in central and eastern Europe, November 1st is All Saint's Day ...and it is very similar. Virtually everyone pays a visit to the cemetery.
chentzilla at November 2nd, 2013 15:57 — #3
anthonyc at November 2nd, 2013 16:55 — #4
Yes, and November 2nd is All Souls Day.
atvaark at November 2nd, 2013 17:19 — #5
In France, November 2nd is the Day of the Dead, which is celebrated by flowering the tombs of your beloved ones.
Most people do it on November 1st though, as it's a public holiday.
Actually, most people don't do anything.
niktemadur at November 3rd, 2013 02:52 — #6
Salió con los tenis por delante - Left the room, tennis shoes first.
Se puso la pijama de triplai - Put on the tri ply wood pajamas.
Anda de minero - Doing the miner thing.
Se lo chupó la bruja - The witch sucked him/her dry.
Chupó Faros - Sucked Faros (an old, old time rice paper non-filter cigarette that's still around).
xeni at November 10th, 2013 19:48 — #7
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