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Trick or treat and all the commercial stuff may be American but hallowen is a celtic pagan celebration isn't it?

My wife has a friend who's a fully paid up pagan and it's a big deal to her.

We've never done much except carved a pumpkin.

The kids went trick or treating to two pre arranged neighbours.
 

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Ugly Bloke said:
"Halloween grew alongside other "Anglo-Saxon" imports such as Valentine's Day or the stag or hen party which have become increasingly popular in recent years, correspondents say."
They've only just started getting married in France?

Those people DISGUST ME! :incheek:

All credit to the people against the commercial aspect of it though-they do recognise the Pagan origins.

http://cnah.ifrance.com/
 
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