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A '''stopper club''' is a [[club]].
'''Happiness''' is a feeling.


The members always have to carry a [[plug]].  
It is a positiv feeling.  


When 2 members meet,
For example when someone feels proud.


they show the plug to each other.  
Or [[Satisfaction|satisfied]].




If a member does not carry a plug,
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the member has to pay a [[fine (money)|fine]].
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== Words with same meanings ==


== Words with same meanings ==
Enjoyment


Stöpselclub
Happy


Stopselklub
Gladness


Stöpselklub
Happyness


Stopselverein
Cheerfulness


Stopselclub
Hapiness




== Detailed explanation ==
== Detailed explanation ==


The stopper club uses the fine money to purchase [[beer]]
When people feel happy they smile.
 
for the next club meeting.
 
Or they do [[charities]] with the fine money.
 




Most of the stopper clubs are in [[Germany]].  
Happiness is a [[Emotion]].  


In [[Bavaria]] there are more than 100 stopper clubs.
Happiness is the opposite of [[sadness]].  




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[[de:Stöpsel-Verein]]
[[de:Glück]]
[[es:Stöpsel asociación]]
[[es:Felicidad]]
[[hu:Boldogság]]

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