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The Kwanzaa Thread

Discussion in 'TalkCeltic Pub' started by ビッグミック, Dec 26, 2014.

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  1. ビッグミック Biggu Mikku Gold Member

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    May you have a joyous Kwanzaa brothers and sisters.

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    Guten tag tae you anaw ma friend:50:
     
  4. ビッグミック Biggu Mikku Gold Member

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    That's ignorance. You're being ignorant.
     
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    Merry Festivus . :87:
     
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    Kwanzaa is a * riot
     
  8. Boom Stick

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    Excuse my ignorance,is this a festival for black people only.
    How it comes across to me.
    Started in 1965 to celebrate African heritage?