In Romania, March 8th is a pretty big deal, because they don’t celebrate Mother’s day (or Father’s day, for that matter). So, they use International Women’s day to celebrate mothers and motherhood as well. So yeah, it’s the one fact this article *did* get right.
Well, that goes to show how much about Romanian traditions (and about Romania in general). Those aren’t Romanian mothers celebrating Mother’s day by going toastripper joint-even if they did,Isee nothing wrong with that and the title of this article shouldn’t be as inflammatory as it is. Just look at the pictures-those are young women,Idoubt if any of them have children.
But then, what didIexpect, this isacomedy website. No time to double-check info. Or even …simple-check, for that matter :))