Bulgarians Stuff Themselves Like Hell on Easter
Monday the Pirogov emergency hospital in Bulgaria's capital Sofia reported that overnight it was examining at least one patient with stomach issues every 5 minutes.
Easter does not make exception to other major religious and secular holidays, when traditionally saving Bulgarians let it loose on a spending and eating spree.
No surprise that a large portion of the patients examined Easter overnight at Pirogov were naturally found to have been led to their condition by overeating.
In addition to the boiled eggs and sweet bread, traditional for Easter in Bulgaria is the roasted lamb, in which Bulgarians also indulge on St. George's Day.
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