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|What's The Implication Of Looking At Yourself In The Mirror On Your Wedding Day by Cruzgee: 11:14am On Feb 21, 2012|
I learnt on one's wedding day, people are there to dress for both the bride and the groom and also to tell them how they look before stepping out into the day. I asked for the reason and was made to understand that if they look at the mirror, something bad will definitely happen that day as looking at the mirror is a bad sign of an impending danger. I was made to understand that from time immemorial, that practice has been in place till today hence the reason why you find mirrors in dressing rooms coverd with clothes or taking out of the roo where the bride/groom are meant to be dressed for thier day. How true is this please my people?
|Re: What's The Implication Of Looking At Yourself In The Mirror On Your Wedding Day by ifyalways(f): 11:20pm On Feb 21, 2012|
^I think its a poorly packaged BS.
|Re: What's The Implication Of Looking At Yourself In The Mirror On Your Wedding Day by MissyB3(f): 11:43pm On Feb 21, 2012|
Cruz-gee:I've only heard that the groom is not to see the bride on the wedding day before she gets to the church. It brings bad luck, they say.
|Re: What's The Implication Of Looking At Yourself In The Mirror On Your Wedding Day by bolorunfem(f): 3:26pm On Feb 22, 2012|
I used to hear it too, but that was so loooooong ago. Sounds like superstition. I checked myself several times in the mirror on my wedding day and no calamity befell me, A begi!
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