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Wayne Ingle Nov 30
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Auntie Pegg Dec 16
Seriously, this is a thing here in Spain. they hide him in the nativity scenes and kids have to find the pooping man 😂😂😂
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TESDgroupie Dec 19
Remember... you can have your own , and who doesn’t want that? Which is your favorites quote? 🐜🎄🎧🌍💜
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Julie Bird 🥇 ジュリ 鳥 🎗🏳️‍🌈 Dec 1
It comes upon this time each year, an honored tradition now; when I will get the traditional call from the school, asking why my child claims there is a man, pooping, in the manger scene. 😹
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TESD Quotes Dec 15
Win a like the one in the top photo, by sending your favorite quote. To participate remember to add this hashtag with the year of the special and include . RT and participate 🐜🎄🎧🌍💜
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Keri Stevens Dec 14
We just tucked our in our nativity about 10 minutes ago. And tonight, 7 very confused American kids will hit Caga Tió with a stick so he poops out candy canes. Because I say so.
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Montse Cebrian Dec 5
Ah! That magical time of the year when I have to explain to my coworkers why I have a man pooping and a smiley log in my desk
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BCNenHorasdeOficina Dec 17
📰 🇺🇸 : "As crappy holiday traditions go, the Catalonians may have the rest of the world beat."
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gwilym roberts Dec 20
My mum has this little chap 💩 pooing at the back of her 😳 so... season’s greetings to you all! 🎄
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Meg Jerrard Dec 16
You'd probably never guess how they celebrate Christmas in Barcelona. Here are some normal (and a couple of crazy!) holiday traditions via
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CED Barcelona Dec 20
CED's Christmas log ("El Tió" in Catalan) wishes you Bon any 2020 / Feliz Año Nuevo / Bonne Année / Happy New Year You'd probably never guess how we celebrate Christmas in Catalonia. Here this crazy tradition:
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Я ē g ☆ Dec 5
Yes! There’s a . He talks enough of it so he may as well be in the actually doing it.
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William Newton ن Dec 8
Caga Tió reminds you that it's time to put him out and start feeding him, if you want him to produce a big poop for Christmas. (El Caganer needs no such inducement.)
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The Gap Decaders Dec 19
In Spain a caganer is a figurine depicted in the act of pooping in nativity scenes! We spent a happy day in Seville looking for all the pooping people hidden in nativity scenes & admiring the selection of them at the market outside the cathedral
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Michelle & David | Two Cameras and a Bucket List Aug 2
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Annie Gray Nov 30
What do you buy for your first Christmas as a Scot living in Catalonia...a of course! Happy
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Bethany McCraw Dec 5
Time to remind everyone of the traditional because
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John Ewan Nov 29
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Nimish Dec 24
Replying to @nimsaw
One of the most fun culture stories I’ve done also happens to be a Christmas one. This one is about a unique Catalan tradition called
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MaxCrowReeves May 12
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