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Started by PearlThompsonsBloodflower, January 03, 2018, 22:52:40
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Quote from: MeltingMan on September 14, 2019, 19:31:16🤨😄
Quote from: SueC on September 15, 2019, 03:19:52Have you ordered one, @MeltingMan?
Quote from: PearlThompsonsBloodflowers on September 15, 2019, 03:59:16Ist das deutsch??
Quote from: MeltingMan on September 15, 2019, 10:52:20Quote from: PearlThompsonsBloodflowers on September 15, 2019, 03:59:16Ist das deutsch??Yes, exceptionally. 😬😳
Quote from: PearlThompsonsBloodflowers on September 15, 2019, 13:11:41Awesome!! I am learning German. Deutsch lernen!!
Quote from: MeltingMan on September 15, 2019, 10:47:00Quote from: SueC on September 15, 2019, 03:19:52Have you ordered one, @MeltingMan? No I haven't (yet). I'm afraid the dolls will be sold out soon. Collectors pay record prices. I find the costumes and the theme itself inspiring. 😉
Quote from: SueCBarbies generally are so unnatural(...)
Quote from: SueCSo, I decided to remove her disease with scissors.
Quote from: MeltingMan on September 15, 2019, 16:15:24Yes, I agree. They look like little mannequins, and that on purpose. And yet the clothing industry has "measured" men and women again.
QuoteI would say that countries like Thailand or even Mexico are more attentive to their dead. In Germany the funeral system is subject to a radical change. Mainly because earth burials are too expensive, etc. This old tradition, on the other hand, is remarkable and respectful.
QuoteQuote from: SueCSo, I decided to remove her disease with scissors.😬😶
Quote from: SueCHave you heard of sky burial, as done in the Himalayas?
Quote from: SueCare you feeling better now?
Quote from: Galatea ZissThe black wedding dressIn the 16th century, the Spanish royal family rose to political power. The Spanish court also dictated the fashionable taste and the strict, stiff and black courtier costume was worn throughout Europe as "Spanish fashion".Thus, the black wedding dress, symbolizing the piety of the virgin bride, also for a short time with nobility and upper middle class popular. (...)However, in rural areas and the ordinary population, black wedding dresses were still commonplace. Usually the brides wore a special wedding or feast dress in festive black, poorer women wore their best black dress, which was more practical and easier to clean than a white dress. Women who married for the second time or had children in marriage were even forbidden to wear a white wedding dress.The color black was also since the French Revolution, the civil status badge, since the representatives of the Third Estate (ie, all those who were not nobility or clergy) had to invest in the National Assembly a black coat.