Wet Monday

Strange Ukrainian Tradition
by keanowoop 5 years ago (Apr 02, 2011) in Cool Stuff
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  • deleted | 5 years ago | 21 points
    http://t0.gstatic.com/images/… her soul has been cleansed
    • deleted | 5 years ago | 6 points
      it only cost her a nipple..
    • Grimus | 5 years ago 0 points
      HA ya they just got their baptisms
    • evilgenius | 5 years ago 0 points
      excuse me but i would like to see the full video to that pic you posted
  • deleted | 5 years ago | 13 points
    Clearly there are some fatty lovers in the Ukraine!
    Ant the hottie walking around the corner doesn't know what shes about to let herself in for!
    • Hellgates | 5 years ago | 1 point
      Dont underestimate the nice old lady. She can kick up a storm.
      • deleted | 5 years ago 0 points
        Nah, at her age the only thing kicking up, is her crotch pot.
    • AllNightFright | 5 years ago 0 points
      Thanks, you ruined it for me. Till you posted that, I assumed the Ukraine had predominately beautiful women. Guess I'll unpack.
  • keanowoop | 5 years ago | 9 points
    On Wet Monday, the second day of easter. boys and men armed with bottles and buckets of water, chase after girls and splash them from head to toe. According to the original custom, the most beautiful girl in a village would be the wettest, but nowadays, boys just splash any girl they see. At one point, the tradition got so out of hand that boys threw buckets of water, at girls, threw their car windows.
  • deleted | 5 years ago | 4 points
  • deleted | 5 years ago | 3 points
    I think the girls should turn the table on these little fools and rename the event "bloody Monday".
    • deleted | 5 years ago | 3 points
      or intraduce them to tranny tuesday
  • deleted | 5 years ago | 2 points
    where does the rape come in
    • Jnhhaynes | 5 years ago | 2 points
      When the cameras go away.
  • polishbitch | 5 years ago | 2 points
    it IS a tradition in eastern europe, poland, russia, ukraine, czech etc etc etc i love it, im nearly 30 and still cant wait 4 a water battle hhhaahhahahaha its such a fun :) my fav day in a whole year!