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Mannenkerst 2012: Man, Vlees, Bier - De Heilige Drie Eenheid
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Mannenkerst 2012 on the 22nd of december: 1548kg of male meat, 10kg of pig meat, 50 liters of beer and a wide variety of improper and immoral behaviour.

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