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Alpha Game 143 - What R U Wearing?   Fun and Games

Started 5/11/18 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 1946582 views.

Xmas used for Christmas (The "X" comes from the Greek letter Chi, which is the first letter of the Greek word Christós (Χριστ?ς), which became Christ in English. The suffix -mas is from the Latin-derived Old English word for Mass. There is a common misconception that the word Xmas stems from a secular attempt to remove the religious tradition from Christmas by taking the "Christ" out of "Christmas", but its use dates back to the 16th century)

Calling it a night...…………………….

Hello, anyone out there...…………….LOL

It has once again been 24hrs since my original post, so I'm going to continue on...….

Yankee Pinstripes (The Yankees debuted the pinstripes in black in 1912, but they went away after that year. The Yankees brought them back in navy blue in 1915, and they’ve been there ever since)


From: LvlSlgr


Okay, I'll participate one more time so you're not playing alone.


 I thought the picture below was cute ...


Round 6...………………..

All Soul's Day (also known as the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed and the Day of the Dead, is a day of prayer and remembrance for the souls of those who have died, which is observed by some Christian denominations. All Souls' Day is often, although not exclusively, celebrated in Western Christianity; Saturday of Souls is a related tradition more frequently observed in Eastern Christianity. Practitioners of All Souls' Day traditions often remember deceased loved ones in various ways on the day. Beliefs and practices associated with All Souls' Day vary widely among Christian churches and denominations)


From: LvlSlgr


Bayanihan - A unique aspect of Filipino culture is bayanihan, the practice of literally moving an entire home to a new location. The villagers gather to lift up the structures, carrying them over quite a distance. In some cases, it’s done to avoid damage to the home from impending floods or landslides, but it’s sometimes done simply to oblige a good neighbor. Bayanihan occurs mostly in rural provinces, since the abodes found in these areas are made of lighter materials like bamboo and nipa palm wood.

Caga Tio/Pooping Log (is a Christmas tradition in the Catalonia region. ‘Tio’ means tree trunk or log, and ‘Caga’ means poop. Put them together and it is poop log. What does the caga tio poop you ask? Gifts…duh.The Caga Tio is a real log that has a happy face painted on one end it normally has two front legs (wooden twigs) and it wears a traditional Catalan hat called a barretina. Some even have a pipe…just to make it a wee bit jollier than the pooping log already is)

Easter Baskets (The Easter Basket ritual has its origins in the German folklore of the Easter Hare. According to a German legend, a white hare would leave Easter baskets filled with candies, brightly colored eggs and other goodies for kids to come and gorge on them Easter morning)

Calling it a night...…………….

Grandma's Marathon (Grandma's was first run in 1977 with only 150 participants; the first race was won by Minnesotan and 1976 Olympic 10000m runner Garry Bjorklund. The newly opened Grandma's Restaurant was the only local business that would sponsor the then-fledgling event, for the fee of $600. Race organizers then named the new race after the restaurant. Grandma's Marathon is now run by almost 10,000 runners every year, has nearly a $2 million operating budget and is credited with bringing tens of millions of tourist dollars to Duluth. The course runs point-to-point from the city of Two Harbors on Scenic Route 61 and continues along Lake Superior into the city of Duluth. The finish is located in Canal Park, near Grandma's Restaurant, which is next to the highly visible Aerial Lift Bridge)