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Discussion in 'Single Player Forum' started by nemar, Feb 24, 2004.
Aujourd'hui c'est mardi gras, chez nous on se dÃ©guise et on fait des crÃ¨pes.
Aujourd'hui c'est mardi gras, et j'aurai dans mes classes toute la journÃ©e. Bordel d'universitÃ©. Mais, joyeux mardi gras Ã tout le monde quand mÃªme. :buddies:
Today is mardi gras, and I'll be in my classes all day. damn college. But, happy mardi gras to everyone anyway. :buddies:
@ nemar: possiblement je vais emprunter quelquechose de ma voisine pour faire les crÃ¨pes le soir....c'est une bonne idÃ©e.
edit: mais je suis seul dans mon appartement. ile ne faut pas me dÃ©guiser.
Wish I knew French.
Happy Mardi gras!
I'm surprised that I could still translate some of it
Someone translate this crap, im curious!
Go and find a dictionary
I didn't translate in english because my english is too poor.
It's a day the children disguises. crepes are .... go to google.fr and look crepes with "image"
it's also a celebrate of end of winter and a long time ago it was the day we finished the foods reserves of winter
and it's a religious day also, tomorow is ... tomorow , start of 'careme'
That would be the start of lent (sp?) the 40 day period before easter were you're supposed to eat a bit less then usual.
Crepes are pancakes, although that is an insult to crepes. But hey it will do.
The adults don't dress up?
They do in Venice (Italy), and have great parties, I thought it would be the same in France?
in our days, it's more for childrens, a little for adults but :shhh:
Google is your friend.
40 days and 40 nights anyone?
...what the f... are you talking about? this is carnival.
peace, NSK factory, and don't forget biscuits for smut
it's a little more than a F.... carnival :lol:
Mardi Gras is a really big celebration here in Louisiana. EVERYONE dresses up for the parades and street dances that have been taking place throughout the weekend, ending today. Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday in French), is celebrated all over, but here in Louisiana, it's REALLY big. I'm not much of a celebrator myself when it comes to Mardi Gras, but I might have to get my butt out there sometime today to take in the festivities.
And yeah, Mardi Gras coincides with Easter, and also the end of Carnival.
hm. but why is it carnival? Because it's the beginning of Lent in the Catholic church on Wednesday. This was a last celebration before what used to be fasting for 40 days before Easter. Mardi Gras means Fat Tuesday because the remainder of the animal-based lard and such were used up so that they wouldn't spoil over lent.
edit: just got me, Dragon.