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  18-Dec-13, 18:51   #1
CHRISTMAS EVE TRADITIONS 0 
av1966 
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On Christmas Eve, a family dinner or "Consoada" is celebrated with boiled codfish and potatoes with cabbage and other vegetables. After the meal, people eat traditional fried desserts: "filhoses or filhós" are made of fried pumpkin dough; "rabanadas" bread that is mixed with egg and syrup; "azevias" are round cakes made of a crust filled with a mixture of chick peas, sugar, and orange peel; "aletria" is a vermicelli sweet with eggs, typical of Norte region.

     
  18-Dec-13, 20:53   #2
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pochui 

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i saw yesterday in the news that in spain they wish you the following in new year: "eat a lot, poop a lot and don't be afraid of death"...do people think similarly in portugal?
btw in lithuania we say: "drink a lot, fcuk a lot and goodbye" i think we top spain here

     
  18-Dec-13, 22:10   #3
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Nastasha1982 
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Posted by pochui:
i saw yesterday in the news that in spain they wish you the following in new year: "eat a lot, poop a lot and don't be afraid of death"...do people think similarly in portugal?
btw in lithuania we say: "drink a lot, fcuk a lot and goodbye" i think we top spain here


Are there any women there though... Tongue

     
  19-Dec-13, 11:52   #4
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Calmplay 

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Here in my country we do have several cultures and each one do their own thing for Christmas but the popular activities done for eve are simply going to church with family, shopping again with family and indeed special dinner whatever it is at home or restaurant.

     
  19-Dec-13, 12:33   #5
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pochui 

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Posted by Nastasha1982:
Posted by pochui:
i saw yesterday in the news that in spain they wish you the following in new year: "eat a lot, poop a lot and don't be afraid of death"...do people think similarly in portugal?
btw in lithuania we say: "drink a lot, fcuk a lot and goodbye" i think we top spain here


Are there any women there though... Tongue

happily say YES





     
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