Dwile flonking: another strange English tradition — Notes from the U.K.

This is a hilarious blog post from Notes From The UK by Ellen Hawley. It made me laugh so I thought I would share it.

If you ask the BBC about dwile flonking (and who doesn’t at some point?), you’ll find them asking a question of their own:  Does dwile flonking really date back to the Suffolk harvests of 400 years ago or is it just a good excuse for getting drunk and celebrating Christmas in August? They don’t answer […]

Dwile flonking: another strange English tradition — Notes from the U.K.

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