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chapter 1 - page 7

February 20th, 2010, 7:19 am

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dedasaur, February 20th, 2010, 4:15 pm

yeah! she's my girl! *_* Clothes make the man LOL

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elianthos, February 20th, 2010, 10:30 am

I'm delighted by how he suddenly looks super cool and bishie and with those oh-so-kissable lips... and Castalia doesn't even notice XD

FarStar (Guest), June 16th, 2011, 7:16 pm

Halloween as such costume/trick and treat holiday was already happening world wide at that time? xD Interesting. I am gonna do some more researches tomorrow on this (too late now). ;3

dedasaur, June 16th, 2011, 7:30 pm

Of course! Halloween dates back to ancient Rome and it got mixed with Celtic festivities when the Romans conquered Britain. It was called different names but it's the day of the dead and the dead bring you presents.

The World was Europe back then... it was North America who did not have Halloween.

Trick-or-treating comes from the beggars who would ask for food or money outside of churches on November 2nd. It was, in fact very common in the South of Italy but the disguise comes from the Festival of Fools.

But as I explained in the curiosities... she is actually mentioning Carnevale. I just found and equivalent to English language/culture.

Pav (Guest), April 17th, 2012, 7:19 am

You might want to reconsider Halloween. We don't celebrate it in Greece (if I'm not mistaken the girls are greek?). We have a masquerade parade in February (most times) that is related to the Olympians. I may be wrong however because during that time the island in question was probably under Roman dominance

elianthos, April 17th, 2012, 9:14 am

@Pav: the Halloween issue has been answered already sometime ago. Look into Deda's reply just above your comment :D

dedasaur, April 17th, 2012, 9:36 am

If I had a Greek version of this comic I would definitely look for the correspondent Greek word for whatever holiday uses masks and costumes and similar paraphernalia.

Definitely in a French version I would use La fĂȘte des fous.

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