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Broken plates

If youre ever in Denmark and wake up to find a pile of smashed crockery outside your door, youve either annoyed the local chapter of the Womens Institute or its New Years Eve. Unused plates are saved up all year, until the 31st of December when they are hurled at the front doors of your friends and family in a strangely vandalistic display of affection.


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