Śmingus Dyngus comes from 15th century and at the beginning it was a folk celebration. Śmingus Dyngus tradition says that boys and men should pour water on girls and women on that day. The tradition says that the wetter the woman gets the more luck it will bring and she will find husband sooner. This is why even today we can find children and youngsters with water toy guns or bottles of water or buckets chasing some girl or woman on the street. In some parts of Poland girls and women take their revenge on the next day but usually Monday is a wetter day.