First, let’s figure out where did birthday traditional come from? There are several rumous about this. Some people assummed that birthday traditional had appeared a long times ago, around Pharaoh period or when Jesus born, but some of the others think it had apeared even earlier than that. However, based on the news that I had readed recently in the Internet, the root of birthday celebrationplace was actually Christianity. In the culture of …show more content…
In each country, there always some differencest between their birthday traditional. For example, in Canada and the United States, families often mark a girl's 16th birthday with a "sweet sixteen" celebration - often represented in popular culture. While in Nepal and India, on a child’s first birthday, their head will be shaved while being held by a special fire. Remove hair is believed to cleanse every single evil that are last in the past life of that child., It also can be seen as a symbolizes of a renewal of the soul. Or like a birthday of children in Ghana, they will wake up with a special treat called "oto" which is a patty made from mashed sweet potato and eggs fried in palm oil. Later they have a birthday party where they usually eat stew and rice and a dish known as "kelewele", which is fried plantain chunks. However, in this day, people usually throw a birthday party, invite friends and family, sing Happy Birthday song together, blow all the candles, make wishes and at last, they will eat the cake in happiness. There might be lots of different between birthday partieys in each country but still, we all have the same traditional and the same …show more content…
The birthday song was first wrotewritten by Mildred and Patti Hall in 1893. However, back in that time, the lyrics was actually “Good morning to all!”
4. The first “birthday card” was seen in 1902 when a man decided to send a birthday card to his family. After that, many orders had been sentd to him to request him to make a birthday card just like his.
5. Paul McCartney's Birth Certificate was auctioned in March 1997, for US $84,146. It is believed to be the world's most expensive Birth Certificate.
6. The world's largest birthday cake was created in 1989 for the 100th Birthday of the city of Fort Payne, Alabama. The cake weighed 128,238 pounds, 8 oz. and used 16,209 pounds of icing.
7. More people celebrate their birthdays in August than in any other month (about 9% of all people). The two other months that rate high for birthdays are July and September.
There are a lot more facts but I’m going to stop here. I think what I told you is the most popular and interesting facts. Yesterday, I went to one of my friend’s birthday party, which is also the first time I went to someone’s birthday party. It was very fun with food, cake and lots of games. I shall never forget that memory. Like I said, there might be differencests between birthday traditionals in each country. However, birthday is still the time for us to gathered togetheraround, to play games and the most important things is, to have fun and send the best wishes to your friends and, family. Even though I have to