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9 Bizarre New Year Traditions Around The World
New Year's Eve marks the end of the holidays for most of us. It in itself is a grand festival we celebrate and enjoy.
We party hard, dance non-stop and kiss at the stroke of the midnight hour. All in all, we have an amazing time.
But as with all the festivals, new year's also has numerous traditions associated with it. Some are wonderful others are so bizarre that it's funny.
Here is a look at the weirdest New Year's Eve traditions of the world. Laugh, Share and Enjoy :)
In Denmark, people throw unused plates at each others door. Well, imagine the fun.
Your undies on New Year's Day determine how your year will be. Lol
This is prevalent in Argentina, Mexico and Peru. So if you're seeking love, make sure your wear red down under.
In Ecuador, they burn the scarecrows to make the end of the year. Scary much?
In Switzerland, people drop their ice cream on the floor. This is a tradition I won't tolerate.
In Peru, people fight to mark the end of holidays? Why, just why?
Japanese ring massive bells 108 times. Headache much?
This is supposed to bring cleanliness to the country.
Stuffing up 12 grapes in your mouth in Spain, is sure to bring good luck.
If you seek good fortune in Brazil, jump over seven waves.
In North Carolina, people drop a pickle at the stroke of the midnight hour. Yes, no ball.
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