This is how love is celebrated around the world.
Yes, you have to show love every day ... but poor of you if you do not bring flowers on February 14. Not that he does not want presents, but if you offer him chocolates you will eat the pussy sure.
Even though she is a super-modern aunt, traditions lure me, especially the love parties. They are very nice days in which everyone fucks for free. Well, free, no, in Barcelona you get 5 euros for a rose.Before doing "something original" like this, better spend 5 euros on a rose.
Qi xi Festival - China
Legend has it that Niulang, a cowherd, once met 7 fairies bathing in a lake. The shepherd's ox instigated the man to take off his clothes, to make the joke and such. The fairies sent Zhinü, the youngest and most beautiful of them, to retrieve them. As the man saw her naked, he had to marry her, and it turned out that the two got along very well.
A note: if everyone who sees me naked had to marry me I would have more husbands than Sara Montiel.
The Goddess of Heaven discovered that a mortal married a fairy, so she opened the sky and separated the two lovers forever, thus creating the Milky Way. But every seventh night of every seventh moon, the magpies take pity on them and form a bridge so that they can unite. This legend serves as an excuse to celebrate love in China, offering flowers and cosmetics to Niulang and Zhinü.
Saint Dwynwen's Day - Wales
The Welsh do not wait for February to honor the love, they do it on January 25, Saint Dwynwen's day. This saint was very clever, you'll see why: she wanted to become a virgin to the marriage, but her boyfriend did not, so the boyfriend forced her to sleep with him. But earlier, the girl, who had not yet been canonized, met an angel who offered her three wishes.
The Dwyn first asked the angel to freeze her boyfriend, then asked to be the Holy Patroness of Love and finally, repentant, asked to thaw her boyfriend. We do not know if he then brushed it, but the aunt became Santa, and all for not wanting to throw a cap.
Dragobete - Romania
The Romanian equivalent to Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 24th for more than 2,000 years. Dragobete is the Eros or Cupid of Romanian mythology. He is a handsome man, who protects those who find themselves for the first time in their day and also provides them with health and well-being.
In the old days, the young people set out for forests and plains to pick up spring flowers. Currently they are going to fuck outdoors . And formerly also, let us not deceive ourselves.They met on the day of Dragobete, and look how happy they are.
Tu be-Av - Israel
The 15th day of the month of Av (between July and August of the Gregorian calendar) is the day of lovers for the Jews. This date marks the beginning of the verema, and that's why the single girls were going to dance dressed in white over the vines.
The point is that that day is the favorite to get married or to marry in Israel, so single in the world, you know when to visit the Holy Land.
Valentine's Day - Brazil
In Brazil in February, with streets full of mulatas dancing samba, it is very difficult to talk about love and commitment ... Brazilians celebrate love on June 12, the day of San Antonio de Padua (famous matchmaker, as Valentine).
Three months give to forgive the horns that could have been put during the greater bacchanal of the Earth.
Valentine's Day - West
The most international feast of love dates back to very remote times. In ancient Rome, the Lupercalia was celebrated on 15 February. During this festival the women were beaten with whips made of goatskin skin and dogs, wet in the same blood of these animals, since they believed that this ritual gave them fertility.
But Pope Gelasio I did not like BDSM and in 496 banned the party and changed it for Valentine's Day, patron saint of lovers. The party became popular and the whips were changed by verses 😒, then by postcards with phrases 😡 and finally by dildos and vibrating rings 😍Painting depicting the first bondage festivals in the history of mankind.
Sant Jordi - Catalonia
Sant Jordi killed the dragon to save the princess, and with the blood of the dragon wet a whip and whipped the princess ... Ah, no! Sorry. And out of the dragon's blood rose a rosebush. Sant Jordi took one of the roses and gave it to the princess, and she took a book (no one knows where) and gave it to Sant Jordi.
In fact the tradition of giving a book was added a posteriori, because Cervantes and Shakespeare died on April 23. Fortunately, nowadays books are given as much to men as to women, just like roses. For many, this is the most beautiful day to be in Catalonia, and for me, too.
Day of Love and Friendship - Colombia
It is celebrated the third Saturday of September. Basically it consists of organizing an "invisible friend" and secretly giving presents to you to break the anonymity, if you like. It is not a couple's love party, but friendship is celebrated, which is also a very nice kind of love that needs to be taken care of. I have many friends, do you want to know them?
What do you think about it?