A leap year is a calendar year containing one additional day added to keep the
calendar year synchronized with the astronomical ...
Leap Day, on February 29, has been a day of traditions, folklore and superstitions
ever since Leap Years were first introduced by Julius Caesar over 2000 years ...
Nov 29, 2016 ... Yes, it is a leap year, and although you may have thought it was a myth,
according to the old Irish tradition, this is the perfect chance for a ...
Feb 29, 2016 ... OK, so we all know February 29 = a woman's chance to ask a man to marry them.
Well, traditionally. 9 Leap Year traditions - and superstitions ...
Feb 9, 2016 ... If you plan on popping the question on 29th February, you might want to bear in
mind these bizarre facts about the leap year tradition. Reda.
Mar 1, 2012 ... The leapyear's extra day is necessary because of the "messiness" of our ... It is
believed that the tradition of women proposing on this day goes ...
Feb 29, 2012 ... Everyone knows why we have leap years - to keep our calenders in sync, ... or a
scarlet petticoat to pop the question, according to tradition. 4.
Feb 25, 2016 ... For traditionalists, just once every four years, on February 29 (Leap Day), ... But,
how and why did the Leap Year tradition come about?
Feb 27, 2016 ... A quick browse online and I find that the leap-year proposal tradition is attributed
to a deal that St Brigid of Kildare made with St Patrick in the ...
Feb 25, 2016 ... Leap Days, or an extra day added on February 29 happen because the actual
time it takes the Earth to rotate the sun is 365.2421 days.