The best thing in living in a mixed Polish and English family are traditions. We put them all together, so we both don’t miss out on anything. One of them is Fat Thursday in Poland and Pancake day in UK. I’ve never heard about pancake day before I came to UK, but I always celebrate Fat Thursday. On this day in Poland everybody eat a Polish type of doughnuts, called pączek. It’ made with the same pastry as English doughnuts,  but instead of having a whole in the middle it’s filled with a delicious jam or custard. The tradition says that if you don’t eat at least one doughnut on Fat Thursday, you will have a bad luck for the rest of the year. So every bakery stops doing what they usually do, and have tones of pączek on sale on this day. And people are queuing for hours to get what they want. Doesn’t matter if you’re


on diet. Every girl eats them and pray, that it will go in her boobies, not in the belly. 😉


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