Talk:Egg decorating in Slavic culture

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The title of this article is "Egg decorating in Slavic culture." Since the Romanians are not Slavs, they do not belong in this article. Many non-Slavic cultures decorate eggs, and are not included in this article for the very same reason.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Lubap (talkcontribs) 05:09, 18 December 2007

According to the Wiki article on Slavs, Romainians do not consider themselves Slavs, nor are they in the Slavic linguistic group.. This is an article about SLAVIC egg decoration. Why should they be in this article?

Greeks are not Slavs. Lots of cultures paint eggs red at Easter. So what.

If someone want to write an article about egg decoration in general, please do so, and we can add everyone in. This article was created to make those who want to lump pysanky, pisanky and all the other forms of slavic egg decoration into a single article.Lubap (talk) 02:20, 3 April 2008 (UTC)lubap

The main difference with the Western tradition is that in Slavic countries egg decorating has nothing to do with Easter Bunny. There is no Bunny in Slavic countries. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 14:47, 30 May 2009 (UTC)