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From Redditor u/Yorkshire45:
Whoever created the tradition of not seeing the bride in the wedding dress beforehand saved countless husbands everywhere from hours of dress shopping and will forever be a hero to all men.50814Interesting thought?
From Redditor u/xproofx:
The fact that the first person they suspect after someone is murdered is the spouse tells me everything I need to know about marriage.51517Interesting thought?
From Redditor u/the_humeister:
Why are wedding dresses bought and tuxedos rented? The utility of each is such that it should be the other way around.50717Interesting thought?
Doesn't Seem Fair
From Redditor u/PRGuyHere:
Marriage proposals are weird. The proposer gets to take as long as he/she wants to determine whether they want to spend the rest of their life with someone. The proposee is expected to make a split-second decision.49530Interesting thought?