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It’s Easter, Which In Hungary Means It’s Time To Throw Water At Women

'Tis the season!

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The ritual dates back to the Hungarian tribes' pre-Christian past, with evidence women were getting doused as far back as the 2nd century AD.

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Although, this picture depicts a girl facing the bucket in Poland, which also has its own dousing tradition.

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