At first glance, it might seem like the months that have the most traditions are October and December. October is a proper contender, of course, because of the holidays of Halloween, which is prevalent in many cultures, and Dia de los Muertos, which is primarily celebrated in Mexico. Traditions are aplenty in October.
And, of course, with Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Ramadan, and more, December is unquestionably a very strong month for traditions. But let us not neglect the traditions that come in November.
After all, there are numerous traditions on Thanksgiving, including the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. November is also known as National Novel Writing Month for the writers of the world. And, of course, November is also known as No Shave November.
Not everyone partakes in this tradition in November, but the group of friends pictured above does. They love to grow out their beards and take silly photos as a result of their newfound facial hair.
This particular picture is the installment in their tradition that they decided to embrace in 2017, which features the five of them dressed as people who seem like they would be right at home in the German countryside for the tradition of Oktoberfest (which, of course, does not take place in November).