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Rodent_Modz
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there are alot of things i know about the US Holidays, I would like to hear what other holidays other countries have so that we can share some of your holiday traditions

Here are some of ours just to show you as example

New years eve,
New years Day

Christmas Eve
Christmas Day

Veterans Day

Easter

Halloween
Thanksgiving Day

Memorial day
Labor day
Flag Day

4th Of July
and many more

Presidents Day

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We do mothers & father's day.
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We do bank holiday
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XeGlitch wroteWe do bank holiday
our bank holidays people get off work lol. We also call people who work 9 to 5 bankers hours.
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we do Valentines day, Easter,St Patricks day, Fathers day, Mothers day,Christmas/newyears/saintstephens.Halloween and thats it
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Show holiday, and queens birthday
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In France there is a holiday called "All Saints Day" on November 1st its a christian holiday, and I'm not sure if its something in the US. Anyway alot of business are closed for the day or close extra early.

Kinda nice I guess
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Rodent_Modz wrotethere are alot of things i know about the US Holidays, I would like to hear what other holidays other countries have so that we can share some of your holiday traditions

Here are some of ours just to show you as example

New years eve,
New years Day

Christmas Eve
Christmas Day

Veterans Day

Easter

Halloween
Thanksgiving Day

Memorial day
Labor day
Flag Day

4th Of July
and many more

Presidents Day



Ya thats Wat We Got Here Also
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St Patricks day
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In the UK in February exactly 47 days before Easter Sunday we have Shrove Tuesdays (more commonly known as Pancake day)

November 5th - Guy Fawkes/Bonfire night (weird I know, we celebrate a man who tried to blow up the houses of Parliament)

Other than that we have the usual, Mothers and Fathers day, Christmas, new years, Easter.

Numerous bank holidays (just a day off) usually related to something religious or to royalty.
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