Hungarian Easter Tradition
In Hungary, there is an Easter tradition called Húsvéti Locsolás. What this roughly translates to "Easter Watering". No, we are not talking about watering plants. It is the "watering" of women and young girls.
It is traditional for men and young boys to go to the girls homes (usually on Easter Monday) and douse (or dunk) them with water. In return the men or young boys get painted eggs, chocolates, candy, Hungarian pasteries, and perhaps a kiss. Not an equitable trade if you ask me.
Anyhow, fortunately, times have changed a bit and it is now traditional to "sprinkle" the young lady with perfume/cologne. I can remember many an Easter smelling of at least a dozen or so fragrances. I would like to add that it is not a pleasant olfactory experience at the conclusion. Some fragrances should never be combined...
Anyhow, for more information about this tradition, look here.