This weekend was graduation again, tons of teenagers honking their happiness all over the city. And Strøget with its Storkespringvandet (the fountain with a stork statue) was the epicenter of their celebration, the place where they were cleaning all the unpleasant things form the high school years, stepping out ready for the new life as students. One after another, the opened topped trunks were bringing hordes of drunk teenagers that were diving naked in the fountain, immersing fully dressed splashing all around or just wetting their feet. After couple of minutes, they were back again in the fun caravan back to their large quantities of booze, honking and whistling, screaming and singing, jumping and dancing. A beautiful tradition, alive for tens of years, a very important moment in the life of those kids who are now becoming adults.
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