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    • I am legit proposing to my gf tonight. I am so freaking nervous. If anyone actually notices, I'll post a picture of the ring
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    • Her: babe aren’t you so excited to come dress shopping with me?! I have about 50 dresses already picked out! *Guy about to create this new tradition* Oh? Haven’t you heard?
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    • If you complain about tagging along with your girl when she goes shopping then ur marriage isn’t gonna go well
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    • It’s actually because of arranged marriages. The father of the bride didn’t let the groom see the bride before they married so he couldn’t back out. It’s also why the bride wears a veil.
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    • Honestly, clothes shopping with your girl isn't that bad. I love watching her face when she tries new looks and I appreciate that she would rather have my opinion first over anyone else's.
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    • My girl almost never takes pride in her appearance/ even tries to dress up due to a complete lack of confidence. Funny thing is, she’s the prettiest girl in the damn school. If she EVER wanted to try ANYTHING on, I’d be there with a my Polaroid and a box of tissues for when the pictures develop.
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    • I wish there could be the possibility of a wedding where everyone wears casual clothing, the Rabbi talks in slang, and the whole thing is over in 1-2 hours
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    • Anyone else not mind a little fashion show tho?
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    • Im a pretty grizzly guy. Id go watch my lady try on dresses. Shes beautiful and to see her that happy would be a good memory.
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    • Y’all are really that selfish? You wouldn’t want to help your wife find the dress that she’s gonna marry you in?
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    • Dude if you sont want to spend time with your girl for something like your goddamn wedding, dont get married.
      FatSeal 7 aug
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    • That thing was created because of arranged marriages and the fear that if the couple saw each other they would be more likely to run out on the marriage if they didn't like how their partner looked. Also, if a guy can't go through some shopping, he isn't ready for marriage
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    • Can you imagine how many weddings would have been called off if men went dress shopping. “Just pick one babe. They’re all white, they all look the same.”
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    • Unless you're on "Say yes to the dress"
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    • I wouldn’t mind shopping with her, but there’s also something to be said about the one in the dress wanting to look absolutely breathtaking for the person they are spending the rest of their life with.
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    • does the groom even decide anything about the wedding? or is he like just a suprised guest of honor. just show up and say a few worda
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    • Actually the tradition was made when arranged marriages were still socially normal. Its one of those situations where bride and groom wont meet until the day of the wedding. Where the "Bad luck" comes from is if the groom sees the bride before the ceremony, and doesn't like what he sees, hed run out
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    • Not seeing the dress and not seeing each other the day of both came from arranged marriages. Basically you can't reject someone you haven't met or even seen.
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    • Weddings are stupid. I can promise you they are not worth the money or stress. My husband and I got married in a courthouse with none of our friends or family to avoid the stress. Best decision ever. We got to just focus on each other and enjoy our moment.
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    • That superstition is actually based on a heck of a lot of mysogyny. The marriage was a transaction and the bride and groom weren’t to meet before the bride PERIOD because then the groom could back out if she was ugly or not timid enough or too timid or whatever. The veil was also for that.
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    • It was actually to get men from more presigious families to marry ugly women in arranged marriages back in the day
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    • Weddings have become so commercialized
      Binky 7 aug
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    • Heaven forbid you spend time with someone
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    • My girl goes shopping and I go play disc golf. I don’t care to shop and she doesn’t care to sling D. It’s a fair trade
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    • I get that is probably somewhat of a joke, but you shouldn't be marrying someone if you aren't happy around them even when it's doing something that you may not find fun
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    • Actually they did that years ago when the dad would pretty much trade his daughter for marriage and they prevented the son from seeing who he's getting married too until they have to kiss because if she's ugly or he doesn't want her he can't do anything cuz they are legally married
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    • Not true. He can help her shop for the dress. He just cant see her wearing it. Sorry men.
      CocoPufz 8 aug
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    • Never heard of that tradition. Fucked my wife in her wedding dress while at the store buying it.
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    • This may sound confusing but does anyone else relate to both top comments?
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    • Lmao, y'all still getting married? Stupid fuckers.
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    • Went wedding dress shopping with my wife last weekend. It was very easy and quick no problems at all. I love spending time with her and we had a great time doing it.
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    • I like shopping with my girlfriend. Too bad hands can't speak
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    • That has to be the reason. Some dude from idek when was like I dont wanna go shopping and said he wanted to be surprised then told his homies and it just stuck
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    • The most down voted comment on reddit is when EA said that the pay-to-win microtransactions in Battlefront 2 were to give players a sense of accomplishment.
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    • Good thing I'm gay so it doesn't matter
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    • I know the veil was a thing because farmers would advertise their prettiest daughter to a suitor with a lot of money. Then would send a different daughter down the aisle so that that suitor was forced to marry her and dad could keep using the beautiful one
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    • Girl: Babe let’s go dress shopping Guy: Oh haven’t you heard?
      Spira 7 aug
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    • Better yet, whoever created the divorce...
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    • It was originally from the time of arranged marriages. If the husband saw the bride and decided to run off or vice versa, it was bad luck. So, they didn’t allow them to see each other
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    • This originals stared for arranged marriages where the groom had never seen the bride so the groom couldn’t change his mind and not want to marry the bride.
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    • I read somewhere that it was because they didn't want the Groom to have second thoughts and bail. I think it was an Irish tradition.
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    • It was probably a woman so they could spend ungodly amounts of money on the perfect dress without their husbands shutting it down.
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    • Too bad the tradition doesn't continue after men are married
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    • My mom said my dad had to see her before the wedding because the planner they hired didn’t show up and they had to put the reception hall together themselves. 🙄
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    • What??? My boyfriend is excited to go dress shopping with me. Screw the dumb af dress rule. My other half’s gonna help my indecisive ass stop panicking and find something.
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    • It was the men who came up with that tradition
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    • My boyfriend of 2-1/2 years and I just broke up this morning. I feel lost without him. Really in a dark place right now
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    • Probably a guy
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    • Now we need someone to undo the damn “spend three months of your salary” bullshit on a fuckin ring
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    • Wehim 7 aug
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    • I’m going to be married to you because I love you but not enough to pick out a dress with you
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    • Mission accomplished, good work. She said yes
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    • SHUT TF UP WHY YOU GOTTA SAY SOMETHING
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    • It’s an old tradition back when there were arranged marriages and the couples didn’t know who they were marrying until it was too late. This was to prevent any runaways.
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    • Girl:honey we need to go wedding dress shopping. Guy: (trying to watch the game) don’t you know it’s bad luck to see the bride in a dress before the wedding
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    • It was actually because marriage was almost always practical and not for love for most of the medical age, which then just developed into I don’t get to see my wife before because behdmfif
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    • Are you fucking kidding me??? I have to miss the biggest fashion statement of my future wife’s life??? UUGGGHH
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    • I never understood the concept of spending less time with a significant other
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    • Well actually weddings were started by women to make sure people know that if they are caught with someone else both the cheater and the mistress/sideboy will both be beheaded for breaking vows nowadays it is for women(brides) to be treated like princesses or queens so they can have “their” wedding
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    • Wait . . . YOU GUYS ARE GETTING MARRIED????
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    • Counter argument. It was created by a woman and it's actually so that she can do whatever she wants without his input while he still finances it
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    • You people really are self centered, y’all hate kids, hate shopping with loved ones, do y’all really even love them?
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    • Well, I tooky gf to go wedding dress shopping, it's a big deal for her and she loves it. You can see her dress in my profile, which I will upload in the next couple hours
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    • Anyone saying "i wouldn't mind" is a white knight fuckin nerd who hasnt been with a woman
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    • My friend takes 3 hours to try on a bra... I can only imagine a single dress taking all day
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    • No it's because back when marriages were pre-arranged the groom wouldn't know which daughter he got until it was too late to back out.
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    • It dates back to the time of arranged marriages. Most families feared that if they saw each other that they may not like each other and not want to get married. That’s why we have the tradition of not seeing the bride until she walks down the aisle.
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    • Women complain that we shouldn’t mind being with them as they shop. I counter-argue and say y’all shouldn’t take 2 hours to pick out jeans that all look the fucking same
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    • Whoever created this tradition definitely knew what he was doing
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    • It goes both ways. Men, support your women. It can be really helpful to have your mans eyes to see what is better look on you. It also makes you a better gift giver when you learn what your SO likes and doesn't like just by watching them shop (again, both ways). It's a good pass time.
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    • Yeah but he also doesn't get to say no to a dress that costs thousands of dollars.
      Snowmoor 7 aug
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    • Damn why does everyone keep posting these semi nude pic and videos here. I’m scrolling through this app with a raging boner
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    • Yeah cause what a horrible thing it is to spend time with the person you love boo hoo
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    • Honey, come pick me out a wedding dress! “Oh, didn’t you hear?”
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    • The tradition started because parents would organize weddings for their daughters and wouldnt want the groom to be able to run because of how ugly the bride was. I think veils were the same
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    • Oh that’s actually true
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    • Bro thats funny.
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    • New tradition, after the couple gets married, the wife takes over for the one who pays when you go out to eat. Wife opens doors for the man, the roles reverse.
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    • Yeah, but I like seeing my girl in a bunch of cute dresses
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    • I thought it was cause she was getting gangbanged one last time before getting married
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    • It's because your posters would make you marry an ugly lady for an alliance with her family, but you wouldn't agree to it if she's ugly so you weren't allowed to see her until the wedding. Then she would have a veil and you lift it to kiss her after saying 'i do' but it's too late. You're trapped
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    • All them woman that don’t want to be seen before the wedding usually getting plowed by another dude before hand . Your future wife say you can’t see me before the wedding slap that bitch and run ! Save you divorce money and go bang those girls on spring break 💪🏻😂
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    • I’ve never connected those dots. That man is a hero.
      PC2242 8 aug
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    • I’m a married man which is amazing I love my wife but all my family forbidden me from seeing my wife’s dress when we got married which made it all happy for me when I finally saw her walking down the aisle
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    • I read birdies
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