Finnish Celebrations: What is Laskiainen? | KatChats

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  • Published on Mar 5, 2019
  • A video about Laskiainen & the main customs associated with the day in modern Finnish culture! :D
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Comments • 43

  • LIFE IS GOOD
    LIFE IS GOOD 5 months ago

    You really look very beautiful

  • Arthur Shelby
    Arthur Shelby 6 months ago

    Wait are you in the UK right now? If so




    Marry me. 😂😂

  • DR cat
    DR cat 6 months ago +1

    Hey cat can I ask how hard are Finland's schools like I know you guys have one of the best schools so are the classes hard? Imma try to save up money to go a year abroad to Denmark or Finland.

    • KatChats
      KatChats  6 months ago

      I wouldn't say hard no haha, depends on the year. High school isn't bad especially if you're not doing the final exams :)

  • AAKASH ACHARYA
    AAKASH ACHARYA 6 months ago

    Love you always..💋❤😘😍💔
    Will you be my Business partner..??

  • goldiemoscow
    goldiemoscow 6 months ago

    Hei Kat, I think it would not be a harvest festival because there is not
    much to harvest at the end of the winter ! I think that in the UK it
    is pancakes with sugar and lemon and it was using up what was left of
    food from the winter before the fast until Easter. Thank you for the
    videos. Kiitos.

    • irou95
      irou95 5 months ago

      @KatChats Laskiainen is the beginning of fasting so that's why people eat well. it takes excatly 40 days and ends to the easter. and the other traditions are from heathen origins

    • KatChats
      KatChats  6 months ago

      True true, I think I translated it funny. It's työnjuhla so I guess more like workers party xD Idk but yes it was when women stopped making string from wool (idk the name for this activity) but yes you're right :) And yes I saw lots of people eating pancakes with sugar and lemon here (I'm in the UK) :D Thanks!

  • Jouni Suninen
    Jouni Suninen 6 months ago

    Almond paste is infinitely better in Laskiaispulla than the strawberry jam.

  • Neus Iglésies Camprubí

    In Spain it's just the last day of Carnival, before we start 'Cuaresma' -or 'Lent' in english-. I don't think we eat anything spetial, but last week at the begining of Carnival in Fat thursday it's typical, at least in Catalonia region, to eat egg sausage, omlettes and a spetial type of pastry.

  • MelicaEighty8
    MelicaEighty8 6 months ago +1

    Here in Missouri it's fat tuesday. Some celebrate it like they do in New Orleans with the king cake.

    • Adam Feltes
      Adam Feltes 4 months ago

      lmao, every other country has these normal things to celebrate and we (from STL) get fucking hammered and eat a lot for every holiday and shut down part of our city. it's great.

  • Federico Borluzzi
    Federico Borluzzi 6 months ago

    Wow, somethign sweet that I din't know anything about. :)

  • kaani bakim
    kaani bakim 6 months ago

    Laskiaspulla..1:11 Sounds reindeer speak..hi kitty

  • Amber Marie
    Amber Marie 6 months ago

    In Upper Michigan we call it Fat Tuesday and we eat Paczkis, which are Polish donuts. I guess we have a large Polish population in our state so that must be why.

  • R. Whittlesey
    R. Whittlesey 6 months ago +1

    I'm from the US, maybe this is just a Michigan thing, but paczkis are really popular for Mardi Gras. My coworkers and I all had a feast on the apple filled ones they were so so good!

    • KatChats
      KatChats  6 months ago

      Ohh sounds so delicious D:

  • marc rubin
    marc rubin 6 months ago +1

    Here in New Orleans, USA, it is common to eat King Cake..I is a braided bread with cinnamon and powdered sugar..

    • KatChats
      KatChats  6 months ago

      Ohhh I think I've tried that! Really good! :D

  • Ιωάννης Παπαγεωργίου

    In Greece is just tusday.

  • Mila M
    Mila M 6 months ago +1

    In Poland we have our own Shrove Tuesday and we actually celebrate in on Thursday (it's called Fat Thursday). We stuff ourselves with pączki (polish donuts with rose jam inside, yum) until we're sick 😂 There are queues piling up in front of bakeries all day long and people can wait for literal HOURS to get them. Also, in most schools on this day there are boxes full of them and you can help yourself (for free😉) and there are sometimes competitions for eating the biggest amount of pączki without using your hands. It's pretty crazy, but I love it, everyone is united in love for sweets!

    • Arthur Shelby
      Arthur Shelby 6 months ago +1

      My polish work colleague was telling me about this, how convenient 😂

    • KatChats
      KatChats  6 months ago

      Omg sounds amazing! xD

  • valurautakattila
    valurautakattila 6 months ago

    The best way to eat laskiaispulla is to put it in a bowl and pour warm milk on it. I was told to eat it that way a few years ago and now I can't go back to eating it without milk.

    • KatChats
      KatChats  6 months ago

      Ohh really! I've never seen anyone do that, will have to try!

  • Rhonda von Bonsdorff
    Rhonda von Bonsdorff 6 months ago +5

    Swedish speaking Finns call the bun fastlagsbulle

  • Anna Birulina
    Anna Birulina 6 months ago +1

    In Russia it’s called Masleniza (I hope it’s the right spelling in Latin letters). It’s a whole week where people should prepare for the long fast until Eastern. So everybody eats loads of pancakes and everybody is also making pancakes. For those who will fast it’s not allowed to eat meat during this week and next Monday the fast begins and it lasts until Eastern or maybe some days before, I’m not sure.

    • KatChats
      KatChats  6 months ago

      ohhh that's interesting, pancakes are always nice :)) Thanks for sharing!

  • YoshiPeach Mario
    YoshiPeach Mario 6 months ago

    It's called pancake day here too. Which is no surprise because I also live in the UK.
    the one thing I remember as a kid was tossing the pancakes with our frying pans, and seeing if I could make it stick to the ceiling. I miss those days

    • KatChats
      KatChats  6 months ago

      Hahah that sounds like a good time xD

  • EricArts
    EricArts 6 months ago

    It's called vastlapäev in Estonian.

  • Salvador Elvira
    Salvador Elvira 6 months ago

    Hey, do you have a video for ordinal numbers? :3

  • bebina
    bebina 6 months ago +1

    I would love to try these laskiaispulla, looks so yummy, hernekeitto is easy to make and sledding is so much fun. I think the tradition must be pancakes in the US, but I haven’t been to church in a while. I know they have the king’s cake for Mardi Gras.

    • KatChats
      KatChats  6 months ago

      Ohh yeah King's Cake, I've had it a few times :))

  • Jari Satta
    Jari Satta 6 months ago

    Pulkkaa voin laskea, ja laskinkin oppilaiden kanssa... mutta karkkia ja leivoksia en vedä. Koskaan.

  • Markus Hagen
    Markus Hagen 6 months ago

    Very good video.can you make A video there you talk about the finnish alapabet

    • KatChats
      KatChats  6 months ago +1

      Already have ru-clip.net/video/1VoD4_0Gxzc/video.html