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Tradition is the glue that binds a society while ensuring it's mired in the past.
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Tradition is the corpse of wisdom.
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pirththee wrote:


Fiddler on The Roof.


Oooh kinky.
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Traditions are stupid and should be broken in favor of progress.
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Could care less about them but I don't hate traditions.
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dotsforlife wrote: but I don't hate traditions.

So in the end you love them?
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I think it's interesting and colorful. Traditions are often ancient, passed down through generations. And even though some practices change with time or circumstance, it's quite fun to see what lies at the core of a culture or society and why they adopted certain practices that continue, even if they seem obsolete.

It's important to understand traditions, I think. Although I'm more of a practical person and not a ceremonious one, I still value traditions and I uphold them when it's practical to do so.
Posted 7/19/15
Traditions are not bad, especially when they are the yearly Christmas cookies.
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Morbidhanson wrote:
I think it's interesting and colorful. Traditions are often ancient, passed down through generations.

So something like holidays or parades?
I do agree some traditions is worth to having some that maybe celebrating or just for having a good time.
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Traditions are nice. I like to learn a lot about my family traditions, so I have no hate towards it.
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QTAC wrote:
I like to learn a lot about my family traditions

so what family traditions do you have or atleast like?
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I love tradition!
over the years my family has made some of their own- like watching muppet christmas carol every year...
or baking certain foods for certain events.
I plan to make more when I have a family.

right now my tradition is getting drunk in the bathtub every weekend xD
Posted 7/20/15
I don't think it's a good idea to do something simply because it's a tradition.
That's like seeing someone walking down the street in swim wear and saying "Mabe I should be doing that, too."
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whirlpearl wrote:

I love tradition!
over the years my family has made some of their own- like watching muppet christmas carol every year...
or baking certain foods for certain events.
I plan to make more when I have a family.

right now my tradition is getting drunk in the bathtub every weekend xD


Sooooo you call that soak and suds Shit faced Saturdays...................................................... awesome new tradition I might start!
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Posted 7/20/15

scoobydew wrote:


whirlpearl wrote:

I love tradition!
over the years my family has made some of their own- like watching muppet christmas carol every year...
or baking certain foods for certain events.
I plan to make more when I have a family.

right now my tradition is getting drunk in the bathtub every weekend xD


Sooooo you call that soak and suds Shit faced Saturdays...................................................... awesome new tradition I might start!


Exactly
haha you got it! Now all we need are those wine glass holders
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Posted 7/20/15 , edited 7/20/15
Nothing wrong about tradition in general, often it can be a beautiful thing. The only problem is when people cling to tradition or traditional values at the expense of other people or happiness. Just don't force it on other people and it's all good.
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