Question by weeweeworld: Traditional Russian Birthday.?
I am turning 14 in April, I am half Russian so I decided to have a traditional Russian Birthday. But I’m not sure how to, or what to do.
Help please? Thanks!
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Answer by Josh O
Get drunk off vodka and do the Russian dance.
Answer by Inna
So you are half Russian!
well same here!
so the most Russian birthday you can have is a Russian get-together!
my family always do it for my b-day
my whole family meet together and just remember its not about the presents it about the family
get all dressed up
we always have a big feast of Russian food
just remember to have a big feast and a lot of family gathering
and all in all, just enjoy the time with your family!
Answer by JustMe
Well, I’m turning 14 in April too. And I’m Russian haha. Well, you could dress traditionally maybe. Wear something nice.
And usually, you would have all your family there. Like a huge feast. You might usually eat things like potatoes, salads, and caviar at celebrations.
Parents drink vodka.
And maybe have some matryoshkas.
Answer by Cheer_up_son
Drink vodka n shoot the candles
Answer by Hailey baby
first of all hope, you have a good bday!
I’m Russian too hah
a traditional Russian bday in my family is to have family over with lots of vodka for the adults
and just traditional food
like mashed potatoes, kalbasa, ikra, pelmeni, all that kind of stuff
Answer by KELLEY
• Russian welcome ceremony with “Bread and Salt”
• The birthday child to dresses up in Russian costume, conducts the welcome ceremony
• Russian Birthday Song “Karavai”
This is what I was able to find for you:)
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