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What is St. David's Day?

Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by tripwire45, Feb 28, 2005.

  1. tripwire45
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    I noticed this on the CertForums calendar for March 1st (for Wales anyway) and was wondering what the holiday was about. I've never heard of it before.
     
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  2. Fergal1982

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    erm.... Its a day..... for st david????????

    st david is the patron saint of Wales, and thats about all i know:

    http://www.sucs.org/~rhys/stdavid.html

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  3. rowley73

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    Unfortunately for us Welsh it's not a holiday. Nobody gets a day of work for it, but my daughter gets to dress up in traditional dress for a day. Sadly we dont celebrate it as the Irish celebrate St. Patricks day.
     
  4. tripwire45
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    Thanks. Please pardon my ignorance. :oops:
     
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  5. Fergal1982

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    's ok trip. dont ask, dont know! I'm firmly of the opinion that if you dont ask, then you are basically a fool. after all, you cant learn otherwise. its the same with being given a task at work, even if they have told you how to do it a dozen times, if you need to ask again, then ask!

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  6. EMacd

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    I have to agree with you Fergal, there's no such thing as a stupid question, cause if you're asking then you don't know and should be asking.
     

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