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Did you pass out cigars when baby was born?

Sister Jean 2012/05/02 19:01:26
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  • rknothead 2012/05/03 03:13:33
    yes
    rknothead
    +2
    and I smoked a few with my friends to celebrate the birth of my twin boys!
  • wildcat 2012/05/03 00:48:39
    yes
    wildcat
    +2
    These kind Bubble gum cigars
  • Sister ... wildcat 2012/05/03 00:50:24
  • TiffanyBelle 2012/05/02 20:47:30
    no
    TiffanyBelle
    +2
    I am not a fan of smoking in general.
    I mean whatever floats YOUR boat is fine but this woman doesn't like cigarettes or cigars.
    no smoking
  • POWERSHAKER 2012/05/02 20:16:45
  • Marie-Jacqueline 2012/05/02 19:26:59
    no
    Marie-Jacqueline
    +2
    We Dutch have another tradition when a baby is born.

    In the Netherlands, it is a custom at the birth of a baby to eat muisjes on top of rusk--beschuit met muisjes- ; aniseed sprinkles with a sugared and colored outer layer.

    As early as the 17th century, the parents of a newborn baby gave away beschuit with a layer of butter and muisjes to the baby's visitors.
    This tradition continues today.
    Beschuit with Muisjes are given to the baby's visitors at home, and are brought by older siblings to share at school. Also at the workplace of the father and the mother of the baby.
    Blue-white muisjes for baby boys, pink muisjes for baby girls .

    Orange muisjes were sold for only one week in December 2003, in honour of the birth of future crown princess Catherina-Amalia.
    They were also eaten in 1938 at the birth of Queen Beatrix.
    Orange is the color of the Dutch royal family, the House of Orange-Nassau.


    We Dutch have another tradition when a baby is born.

    In the Netherlands, it is a custom at the birth of a baby to eat muisjes on top of rusk--beschuit met muisjes- ; aniseed sprinkles with a sugared and colored outer layer.

    As early as the 17th century, the parents of a newborn baby gave away beschuit with a layer of butter and muisjes to the baby's visitors.
    This tradition continues today.
    Beschuit with Muisjes are given to the baby's visitors at home, and are brought by older siblings to share at school. Also at the workplace of the father and the mother of the baby.
    Blue-white muisjes for baby boys, pink muisjes for baby girls .

    Orange muisjes were sold for only one week in December 2003, in honour of the birth of future crown princess Catherina-Amalia.
    They were also eaten in 1938 at the birth of Queen Beatrix.
    Orange is the color of the Dutch royal family, the House of Orange-Nassau.

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  • Sister ... Marie-J... 2012/05/02 20:17:06
    Sister Jean
    +2
    interesting
  • Warren - Novus Ordo Seclorum 2012/05/02 19:16:27
    no
    Warren - Novus Ordo Seclorum
    +1
    No, pretty silly because I don't know anyone who smokes them.
  • kitkat42 2012/05/02 19:03:40
    None of the above
    kitkat42
    +2
    I didn't, but dad did.

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