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Birthday Wishlist

hhannhajihj i like to eat poop hahahhhahhahaha this is annoying

ashsjdblhgiuwgf ijndlaoe jajgifj ajwleigf

-phone case:


why is this essay too short
ok so my bday is coming up and i want a phone case and a pair of converse whAT WOULD you like for your 14th birthday?1A birthday is a day that comes once a year when a person celebrates the anniversary of their birth. Birthdays are celebrated in numerous cultures, often with a gift, party, or rite of passage. Many religions celebrate the birth of their founders with special holidays (e.g., Buddha's Birthday, Christmas). Note the distinction between birthday and birthdate: The former occurs each year (e.g. September 12), while the latter is the exact date a person was born (e.g. September 12, 2003). Contents [hide]

1 Legal conventions
2 Cultural conventions
3 Birthday traditions
3.1 Name days
3.2 Official birthdays
4 Frequency
5 Time zones and birthdays
6 Leap day
7 Birthdays in cultures and religions
7.1 Ancient Rome
7.2 China
7.3 Judaism
7.4 Christianity
7.4.1 Christianity: Early centuries
7.4.2 Christianity: Medieval
7.4.3 Christianity: Modern
7.5 Islam
7.6 Hinduism
7.7 Buddhism
7.8 Sikhism
7.9 North Korea
8 See also
9 References
10 Further reading
that was from wikipideaLegal conventions[edit]

In most legal systems, one becomes designated as an adult on a particular birthday (often between 12 and 21[1]), and reaching age-specific milestones confers particular rights and responsibilities. At certain ages, one may become eligible to leave full-time education, or become subject to military conscription or to enlist in the military, to consent to sexual intercourse, to marry, to marry without...
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