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Tags: new orleans, mardi gra, bourbon street, parade, tweking, lent, beads, Location: New Orleans, Louisiana, United States (load item map) Views: (Rank: ) | Comments: 97 | Votes: 3 | Favorites: 4 | Shared: 38 | Updates: 0 | Times used in channels: 2. 0 0 0 0. Direct link: Direct link without. On 20 Feb @abc13houston tweeted: "AWE: #MardiGras flash mob ends in marria.." - read what others are saying and join the conversation. limit my search to r/MardiGrasFlashing. use the following search parameters to narrow your results: subreddit:subreddit: find submissions in "subreddit"; author:username: find submissions by "username"; site:floridahot.info: find submissions from "floridahot.info"; url:text: search for "text" in url; selftext:text. This video was shot during Mardi Gras in Seattle. Produced and edited by Scott Blatman with videography by Scott McDonald. This video contains adult material and is intended for adult audiences. Now on with the show! FYI-Compressed Video. Mardi Gras from Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Check out our behind the scenes selections! Flashing for Beads. Question: I've heard that it's a tradition on Bourbon Street for women to bare their breasts to the crowd for beads. Can someone explain this? Where did this tradition come from? Answer: As a fifth-generation New Orleanian, let me say this was never and is still not. An awesome couple of days going to some of the best parades of Mardi Gras! Instagram: @DivosVideos. A custom which originated in New Orleans, but has traveled easily elsewhere, where a young woman displays her boobs (breasts) for Mardi Gras glass bead necklaces. The Truth About Why Women Flash For Beads At Mardi Gras. For others, it's wild parties, women flashing their boobs and the craziness that is Bourbon Street. Breast flashing is not considered to be a “real” tradition of Mardi Gras, but rather a phenomenon that surrounds the. For those who observe Lent, Mardi Gras is a healthy way to exorcise to the devil inside. And one of the most infamous devilish traditions? Flashing for beads on Bourbon Street. But when — and how exactly — did that supposed tradition begin? Although the celebration of Mardi Gras dates back to ancient.