I am aware that both the 15th of Shevat and the 15th of Av are holidays mentioned in the Talmud.

But each year, one of my friends sends me a greeting email on the 2nd of Shevat saying "Happy TWO Bishevat" and on the 2nd of Av he sends me another greeting saying "Happy TWO B'Av."

I couldn't locate anything in the Talmud, Shulchan Aruch or any Jewish sources explaining what these two holidays commemorate. Any ideas?

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If you learn the Gzera shava two two you can discover that they eaten matsot in a Succa. In French this law is called tout ou rien (too oo rien = all or nothing)

We use this principle for a Gzera shava mufnet mishne tsdadim.

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