A national holiday, celebrating the joys of the greener things in life, on February 3rd. This is the day when the 4th Century Saint Blaise was martyred with iron combs.
In areas of the English countryside it was the custom to light bonfires on St. Blaise's feast day, February 3 - evidently inspired by the sound of the word blaze.
by a 2 tha k February 01, 2007

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