How should the candle on the birthday cake be inserted?

In daily life, birthdays are joint. A birthday is a kind of embellishment to life, a ritual with a sense of tradition. In such a ritualistic scene, if there is no candle on the birthday cake, it is a birthday cake without soul. After so many years of birthdays, how are the birthday candles on the cake inserted? How much should be inserted, why do you plug it in, do you happen to know?

First, a set of standard birthday cake candles is divided into four colors, 3 for each color and 12 birthday candles. According to the color of the candle, it ranges from 1 to 2, 2, 10, and 20 years old. Why is this set up? Because these 12 candles can form any number within 99, for example, 39 years old, three candles representing one year old, three candles representing two years old, one candle representing ten years old, and one representing 20 years old. The composition of the candles on the birthday cake is 39 years old.

However, in such a fast-paced and brief life, the digital birthday cake candle is more in line with the current rhythm of our life, and it is very convenient to insert a candle of the corresponding age for many years.

The West introduced the birthday cake to China during the Republic of China. Birthday cakes were born on birthdays. It is a legend of ancient Greece. When the ancient Greeks celebrated their children, they would put a lot of cake desserts on them—decorating many small candles that were lit, saying that the decoration may be inaccurate. This can be said to be a ritual. The ancient Greeks believed that these lit candles have mystical power; if the child makes a wish and blows out these candles of mysterious power, then the good wishes of the child will be realized. Of course, this is a purely Western culture that may differ slightly from the culture of our country. Is it a very up posture?


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