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    Question 6th of Jan Women's Little Christmas

    Little Christmas is also called Women's Christmas (Irish: Nollaig na mBan), and sometimes Women's Little Christmas. The tradition, still very strong in Cork and Kerry is so called because of the Irish men taking on all the household duties for the day. Most women hold parties or go out to celebrate the day with their friends, sisters, mothers, and aunts. Bars and restaurants serve mostly women and girls on this night. Children often buy presents for their mothers and grandmothers.

    its tomoro and I was wondering is it as big in other countys as it is in Cork?
    do you ladies go out and celebrate it?

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    Thank you Ladies for the good times x..

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    So what you are saying is that we should all head for Cork and Kerry tomorrow. The pubs will be full of women out for a good night ?

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    Not to big here , it was much popular years ago , but people moving around old traditions seem to die . Wren boys is big here though .: doc
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksparrow2010 View Post
    Little Christmas is also called Women's Christmas (Irish: Nollaig na mBan), and sometimes Women's Little Christmas. The tradition, still very strong in Cork and Kerry is so called because of the Irish men taking on all the household duties for the day. Most women hold parties or go out to celebrate the day with their friends, sisters, mothers, and aunts. Bars and restaurants serve mostly women and girls on this night. Children often buy presents for their mothers and grandmothers.

    its tomoro and I was wondering is it as big in other countys as it is in Cork?
    do you ladies go out and celebrate it?

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    Never heard of it before but does sound like a great tradition to have. Should happen everywhere.

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    Oh yeah, happens here big-time... I have already been given the customary 24 hour warning…lol.

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    Tid big down here.. I only realised when i moved here a few years ago.. I went into a restaurant on the 6th jan,and it was packed fully of fanny.. Twas classy out and elegant as fuck, id say
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    Right so. I've me Apt booked in Isaac's.

    So where am I heading ? The only place I know around there is a little spanish tapas bar near the hotel. Probably not even still there.

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    never heard of it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornylimerick View Post
    never heard of it???
    Really?...it happens every year in Cork.. and is still going fairly strong...
    must be a Cork thing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksparrow2010 View Post
    Really?...it happens every year in Cork.. and is still going fairly strong...
    must be a Cork thing...

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    yeah but cork people are a bit soft in the head!

    only cork men would think about helping their woman out one day a year, selfish bastards!!! lol

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