plural: Pumikas, Pumikans.
A Viking rite-of-passage ceremony, when a youth starts contributing to the household economy, and stops being what is known in Old Norse “meinsamar frjáls eta” (freeloading parasites). The ceremonies typically include jump-dances, pie eating, while the transitioning youth observes sat on a special throne, eating junk-food straight out of the takeaway container.
Norman Times; 790-1066 A.D.; Nordic Seas.
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