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Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

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May 5, 2013
In English: Happy May 5th

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Happy 5th of May
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Orale wey!

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May 5, 2013

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sinko de mayo


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What is this holiday again? Like the mexican independance day? For some reason thats what Im thinking it is. And, why is that a thing in America if thats the case? 

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What is this holiday again? Like the mexican independance day? For some reason thats what Im thinking it is. And, why is that a thing in America if thats the case? 


Yes it's like Mexican Independence day.

 

To answer your last question....Tell me why Saint Patrick's day is a thing in America if we're not all Irish or Catholic.

 

 

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Setzaroth wrote:

What is this holiday again? Like the mexican independance day? For some reason thats what Im thinking it is. And, why is that a thing in America if thats the case? 


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Its not big in the states. but since US is one big melting pot and so is the ps forums, Op is just acknowleding the day.

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Setzaroth wrote:

What is this holiday again? Like the mexican independance day? For some reason thats what Im thinking it is. And, why is that a thing in America if thats the case? 


Yes it's like Mexican Independence day.

 

To answer your last question....Tell me why Saint Patrick's day is a thing in America if we're not all Irish or Catholic.

 

 


ya, I understand thats not the only holiday that doesnt really belong, for lack of a better way of putting it. I dont have a problem with it, it was just an honest question. 

 

And as far as these threads go, obviosuly they are worldwide so, that wasnt even part of my question.

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