Laissez les bons temps rouler! For non-French speakers, that's "let the good times roll," a common celebratory refrain during Mardi Gras. The worldwide holiday, which falls on the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday and culminates an entire celebratory season, is full of quirky and surprising traditions.
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