The Bengals fans say Who Day(or Dey) while the Saints fans say Who Dat!, so I guess the Bengals fans said "who day" first. But as for who started the chant first, it's been said that Who Dat! came first and that it didn't start with the Saints but with another school team in Louisiana. But a lot agree that it started in the south and not anywhere else because of the orgin of speech.
Both "Who Dey" and "Who Dat" are grammatically incorrect, but seeing as people in Louisiana actually use who dat in everyday speech and not just in a chant;
Example: Who dat said dat?, or Who dat at da do',or Who dat supposed to be?
as opposed to people in Ohio using who dey only in their chant, it can be said that it most likely started with the southern state Louisiana. It's just more natural.
It started out by a day called "All Saints Day" and then to "Hallows Eve" and then to "Halloween"
"All saints day" is modern day Halloween. It started as a Celtic holiday called "All saits day", "All hallows eve", or "All souls day". It was a day where they dressed up and celebrated the dead.
The original saying started in 1897 in which the saying was 'more days, more dollars' and over the years, the saying evolved to 'another day, another dollar.'
One legend mentions how all saints day started. Emperor Leo IV wanted to dedicate a church to his wife, Empress Theophano after her death. But he was not allowed to do so. So he dedicated the church to All Saints, immaterial of whether they were martyrs or not, with the intention that his wife will be included as one of the Saints.
There are thousands and thousands of saints whose names are known only to God. Unlike known saints that have a feast day assigned to them each year, the vast majority of saints do not have such a day. All Saints Day gives these unknown saints a day of recognition.
The history of All Saints Day is a long and complicated one. Click on this link for the whole story.
All saints day is the day when we celebrate the feast days of all the saints, and when we honor all the saints. Hope this answered your question!
The day after Hallowe'en is All Saints' Day.
All Saints Day is November 1.
Latter Day Saints, as in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (a.k.a. the "Mormon" church) means saints of the last days. Members of the church believe that they are Latter Day Saints - followers of Christ (saints) in the last (latter) days.
No. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints was organized in 1830 by Joseph Smith, Jr. Anne Hutchinson was a womans rights activist and early 'dissident church leader' in Colonial America. She died in 1643. However, many Latter Day Saints today can trace their heritage back to her.
All Saints Day is celebrated the day after Halloween, on November 1.All Saints day is Nov 1st--right after Halloween!
There is no prescribed meal for All saints Day.
November 1 is the universal celebration of All Saints Day.
Joseph Smith started the Mormon religion and thus the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints. But, when he was killed in 1844, Brigham Young moved the Mormons to the Great Salt Lake Valley.Joseph Smith
We tend to give importance to only a few saints and remember them on their special day where as all the remaining saints are forgotten. To remember all the unknown saints this day is celebrated in their honour.
all saints day was created the year after Jesus was born on November 1st when god said if the devil gets to have his day then we shall have a day for all the saints
Halloween is All Saints Day Eve.
November 1 is All Saints Day.
November 1 is All Saints Day
There is no such thing. There is , however, All Saints Day - November 1.
As All Saints Day is a holy day of Obligation, most people attend Mass on that day.
People attend Mass on All Saints Day as it is a Holy Day of Obligation.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) didn't move to the US, it started here!
The Dallas Cowboys will host the New Orleans Saints on Thanksgiving Day, 2010 at 4:15 p.m.There are three games on Thanksgiving Day, 2010 (times are Eastern standard):The Detroit Lions host the NE Patriots at 12:30 on CBS;the Dallas Cowboys host the NO Saints at 4:15 on FOX;the NY Jets host the Cincinnati Bengals at 8:20 on the NFL Network.