Happy St. David Day

I just wanted to wish my fellow United Kingdom residents but of course those in Wales in particular, a very Happy St. David’s Day.

:wales: Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus :wales:

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Lol you made that day up so you have your own day ahahha :joy: :joy:

When is St. Jabs Day? :pleading_face: :joy:

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I know. I was joking around :joy: :joy:

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St. David is the patron saint of Wales so not made up actually.

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Lol it was a joke. :rofl:

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I am glad I am not called Patrick, in that case. :roll_eyes:

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Happy St. David’s Day to everybody in the UK and in Wales :wales: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: :hugs:
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You just missed it. It’s the 31st of February :wink:

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Nope, actually it’s May 24th…which just happens to be my birthday as well! :laughing:

In all seriousness, that IS my birthday but I don’t really consider it all that special. My Dad used to call birthdays “a milestone to the tomb” and of course, he was quite right!

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Is correct. Actually, birthdays shouldn’t be celebrated at all for this reason. The real beneficiaries of these celebrations are the future heirs. They would have the actual reason for it… :sweat_smile:

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Is this how the translation appeared on YOUR page? In my original comment I used the word ‘tomb’ as this was the exact word my father always used. I just wondered if you simply got a slightly different translation, as I realise of course that a tomb and a grave could be considered by some as technically the same thing.

I am just curious, that’s all. :slight_smile:

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It was translated to me as “Grave”. :slightly_smiling_face:

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Fair enough.

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Traditional festivities include wearing daffodils and leeks, recognised symbols of Wales and Saint David, respectively, eating traditional Welsh food including cawl and Welsh rarebit, and women w…
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I was intrigued that this is way the quote finished on the post and had to check the wiki page to see what traditional festivities the women were doing . Were women wanking,? Are we supposed to be women watching, or walloping perhaps .

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“women wearing traditional Welsh dress”…

That was what was actually written, to complete that sentence. :slight_smile:

Looks like this…

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i read that but i wasn’t gooing to post it as i wanted everyone to look for themselves.
i was brought up on cawl & barathea

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To my Friend David Always Health & Happiness !!
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