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The History of The Piñata

Piñatas are a fun part of traditional Mexican festivities, whether it’s a birthday party or Cinco de Mayo, its fun to see these brightly decorated candy-filled creations (and even more fun to take a whack at them) but piñatas actually have a long and fascinating history that spans the globe and different ancient cultures. Find out more about the history of the piñata! Back to Article

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happy4life
happy4life wrote:
2014-05-08 04:44:22 -0700

is wat there sayin is the aztecs made pinatas for there god of war uuuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhh god is in heaven in a war w/ the devil but not called the god of war

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Ferch
Ferch wrote:
2014-05-05 21:39:38 -0700

We don't celebrate cinco de mayo with piñatas, because we don't celebrate cinco de mayo!

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lilyj4
lilyj4 wrote:
2014-05-05 17:06:40 -0700

Indians of mexico made piñatas

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Brent538
Brent538 wrote:
2014-05-05 12:07:14 -0700

haha cutemoo i love them

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CuteMoo2
CuteMoo2 wrote:
2014-05-05 10:34:29 -0700

I Got Hit In The Head By One -.- Dont Like Them

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yogurtiscool
yogurtiscool wrote:
2014-05-03 08:42:01 -0700

all we know indian or Spanish people made this but il say Spanish people made this

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naturelover161
naturelover161 wrote:
2014-04-29 18:57:54 -0700

P.S: Kidzworld I noticed a spelling mistake, look athe tool bar at the top of the screen.
it says ###.kidzworld.#################-the-history-of-the-piata
Its piñata not piata!

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naturelover161
naturelover161 wrote:
2014-04-29 18:54:43 -0700

Piñatas are so fun! I love them!

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*Break_It_Down18*
*Break_It_Down18* wrote:
2012-05-06 09:26:05 -0700

I Luv Hitting Da Pinatas lol

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one day one hour
one day one hour wrote:
2012-05-05 13:50:41 -0700

candy so sweet and has so many flavors

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sweetlily196
sweetlily196 wrote:
2012-05-04 19:45:52 -0700

i love candy!!!!!!!!!!

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sweetlily196
sweetlily196 wrote:
2012-05-04 19:45:32 -0700

i love pinatas!!!!! my cuzins and i love candyyyy

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Emosky490
Emosky490 wrote:
2012-05-04 18:30:38 -0700

Piñatas Piñatas Piñatas Piñatas!!!!

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Lovebug624
Lovebug624 wrote:
2012-04-09 14:28:47 -0700

ya ya just give me the candy now!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Lovebug624
Lovebug624 wrote:
2012-04-09 14:26:50 -0700

iiiiiiiiiiii want candy who is with me????

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dark_angel122
dark_angel122 wrote:
2012-03-10 15:55:10 -0800

whenever i go to a little kid's party and theres a pinata, i always look forward to the candy..XD lol

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angellover95
angellover95 wrote:
2012-03-10 10:30:31 -0800

i luv pinata's cuz the one thing i like iz the candy

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pinkpancakez4
pinkpancakez4 wrote:
2012-03-09 20:27:19 -0800

I SOO WANT TO GET ALL OF THE CANDY OUT OF PINATA'S

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Hannah The Awesome
Hannah The Awesome wrote:
2012-02-27 13:10:29 -0800

I am having a big fiesta this week, Friday we get to hit a pinata. smile Can't wait!!!

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Why Are Players Spun 33 Times?

  • It takes 33 hits to break open the pinata.
  • To confuse the player as much as possible.
  • It represents Jesus Christ's age when he was crucified.
  • It's a good luck number in Hispanic culture.

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