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Grumpy_Mike

Today is the winter solstice, it is the darkest day of the year. In a few days you should notice the days becoming a bit lighter. Isn't it a shame that their can't be some sort of celebration, with feasting, drinking and gift giving to commemorate the coming of lighter days.

Why has no one ever thought of that?

weedpharma

Actually it is the longest day of the year and will now start getting darker.

It's all a matter of perspective and mine is from Australia.

But what the heck! We will drink and be merry anyway.

Weedpharma

Grumpy_Mike

Actually it is the longest day of the year and will now start getting darker.
Weedpharma
Hay then start your own traditions then.  ;)

weedpharma

Hay then start your own traditions then.  ;)
Drinking and merry making has been a tradition for so long that we all call it our own no matter where we are.

And if it's a good one who cares?

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