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I don't know about other families but in mine, we usually buy the younger ones and partners chocolate eggs and give a box of chocolates to the elders and have a meal with the whole family. however due to the lock down we've bought our own chocolate eggs and will be video calling eachother while we eat them 😊
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I don't know about other families but in mine, we usually buy the younger ones and partners chocolate eggs and give a box of chocolates to the elders and have a meal with the whole family. however due to the lock down we've bought our own chocolate eggs and will be video calling eachother while we eat them 😊
wow I know chocolate eggs I love chocolate, it's my favorite food. I really want to experience the festival!
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It's less of a 'festival' really. Most people are not religious and just use Easter as an excuse to swap and share chocolate eggs. Often local communities may organise easter egg hunts whee they are hidden around the area and you have to find them but that is about it.

If you are religious however of course there is a deep meaning to Easter for many however it is not a festival more of a celebration.
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(Original post by Golubsti)
It's less of a 'festival' really. Most people are not religious and just use Easter as an excuse to swap and share chocolate eggs. Often local communities may organise easter egg hunts whee they are hidden around the area and you have to find them but that is about it.

If you are religious however of course there is a deep meaning to Easter for many however it is not a festival more of a celebration.
oh, I understand. thank you.
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Lmao the random selfie made me genuinely laugh out loud. Wasn't expecting that.

Usually my family would attend Mass on Easter Sunday and then have Easter eggs after. Then we'd have a big roast dinner, always lamb on Easter Sunday. This year I'm alone in lockdown but will still have some Easter eggs and probs just video call my family.
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Lmao the random selfie made me genuinely laugh out loud. Wasn't expecting that.

Usually my family would attend Mass on Easter Sunday and then have Easter eggs after. Then we'd have a big roast dinner, always lamb on Easter Sunday. This year I'm alone in lockdown but will still have some Easter eggs and probs just video call my family.
Haha, my picture makes you happy. It's good. Wish you happy forever!
Wow, sounds like a lot of good food. I love a big roast dinner!
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Easter is on Sunday, not tomorrow. As others have said, most people celebrate by eating chocolate Easter eggs.
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Easter is on Sunday, not tomorrow. As others have said, most people celebrate by eating chocolate Easter eggs.
Ah, on Sunday I got it my mistake sorry about that.
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Ah, on Sunday I got it my mistake sorry about that.
Tomorrow is Good Friday so it is still a holiday, technically. It's a big day for Christians but people who are not religious don't celebrate.
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I don’t celebrate Easter but I just wanted to say you seem like a really nice person and your picture was cute lol😊
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Tomorrow is Good Friday so it is still a holiday, technically. It's a big day for Christians but people who are not religious don't celebrate.
I see. Thank you for reminding me, otherwise, I might be a joke. I thought it might be a holiday for young people.
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I don’t celebrate Easter but I just wanted to say you seem like a really nice person and your picture was cute lol😊
Thank you. I agree with you. I'm really a nice person lol:aetsch:
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Good Friday is usually one of the best pissups of the year for me. Loads of us go into Liverpool for midday and have a session that usually goes into Sunday morning. Big scan with the family, back on it Sunday night

Obviously not this year!
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