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  1. Hasanhh's recent post about Turkey Day got me thinking of good traditions, as opposed to all the not-so-great ones we see everyday. A day for giving thanks for all the great things in our life, for example, sounds really nice. So what 'days' would you like to observe (and how you would do that would be great, too). PS: This doesn't have to be about days you came up with yourself, it can also be about already existing yet undervalued days. I'll start: I'd like to celebrate Pepero Day. Pepero Day is celebrated in South Korea - a day for friends and loved ones to spread the Pepero love. According to Wiki the original purpose of celebrating this day might have been to become taller and thinner (from the shape of the Pepero), after this story of two Korean girls wishing on a Pepero. :rolleyes: Another interesting theory about Pepero Day and its date is that all the 1's in the date symbolize Peperos. Yes, I am fully aware that this is a marketing stunt. But tell me you wouldn't like to wake up one morning to find a basket of these at your doorstep.
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