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Necklace toss is part of Mardi Gras tradition - The Galveston County Daily News : Local News

September 2, 2014

Necklace toss is part of Mardi Gras tradition

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  • Margurite posted at 10:03 am on Sun, Mar 2, 2014.

    Margurite Posts: 680

    I'm a woman who can buy my own beads - I did do a show me yours and I'll show you mine one year. Found men weren't much better off in the stacked department. Especially drunk............... go figger. Cute don't mean worth seein.........men or women.

    Best to leave your dignity intact and enjoy the celebration.

     
  • carlosrponce posted at 7:58 am on Sun, Mar 2, 2014.

    carlosrponce Posts: 2088

    I always save a green set of beads for use on St. Patrick's Day. And I agree with Alvin br62.

     
  • Alvinbr62 posted at 7:31 am on Sun, Mar 2, 2014.

    Alvinbr62 Posts: 209

    Some women I would throw beads to just so they would not raise their shirts . LOL