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Lent is a religious festival in which people give up something that they consider a luxury for 40 days and 40 nights. It begins on Ash Wednesday and finishes on Easter Sunday and it represents the process of when Jesus was alone in the desert without food. Many people took to twitter this year to say what they were giving up for Lent. Divachix
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