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+13 1. dopkop commented 7 years ago

if only I had red clown shoes too!
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+6 2. metataggers commented 7 years ago

What a great merging of tradition, ceremony and celebration. Let the guys do all the work.
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+5 3. synapse commented 7 years ago

Step Up 7? :x
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+6 4. kirkelicious commented 7 years ago

Is this a mating ritual?
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+3 5. Klemm commented 7 years ago

#4 - pretty sure it is! Could use some more snails though.. mmm
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+10 6. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

3 minutes and 52 seconds and no one falls over, no bride gets kicked in the head, no broken tables, no broken ceiling lights and no one catches fire. Fecking shite >:) :squirrel:
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+2 7. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

#2 Women do a lot of work too...it's just more subtle..more sensual type of "work" >:)

#5 Has fallen in love with the snails.. <3 >:)

#6 That's because the wedding is not in the US :P
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+1 8. ringmaster commented 7 years ago

232seconds without any serious bride moves? Slightly disappointed :(
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+2 9. Zebulun commented 7 years ago

Anyone know where this is from? Or at least what culture is represented here?
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-1 10. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Yeah. I was wondering too...kinda guessing Eastern Europe..
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+2 11. snotraddict commented 7 years ago

I think Greek. The men do very nice footwork in the Greek dancing I've seen and I believe I may have heard announcer say OPA! .

My guess is this dance is whereby the men honor the bride, that's why she's not doing a lot, just a slow classy "thank you" sort of movements.
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+1 12. rigjohn commented 7 years ago

No its not a Greek dance.
I am from greece, there is not such a dance in Greece.
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0 13. Optishock commented 7 years ago

it is not a Greek dance,it has to be jewish hebrew dance judging from the white huts,anyway it is impressive :)
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+1 14. ildar-chik commented 7 years ago

lizginka. Russian Caucasus .
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-1 15. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Thank you #14 ildar-chick