the tradition of “ladies’ privilege”
by URBAN LEGENDS

“In keeping with the theme of nature gone awry, a whimsical tradition dating back at least four centuries (and still trotted out at four-year intervals by newspaper feature writers) holds that leap years confer upon women the “privilege” of proposing marriage to men instead of the other way around. The convention was (in literature, if not in reality) that any man who refused such a proposal owed his spurned suitor a silk gown and a kiss — provided she was wearing a red petticoat at the moment she popped the question.”

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so even if he says “no” ladies…you still get a dress & a kiss….not bad

 

 

a little more sweetness...

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“I found out what I’ve been missin’
Always on the run
I’ve been lookin’ for someone

Now you’re here like you’ve been before
And you know just what I need
It took some time for me to see

That you give good love to me, Baby
So good, take this of heart mine into your hands
You give good love to me
Never too much
Baby you give good love

Never stoppin’ I was always searchin’
For that perfect love
The kind that girls like me dream of

Now you’re here like you’ve been before
And you know just what I need
It took some time for me to see

You give good love to me, Baby
So good, take this of heart mine into your hands
You give good love to me
Its never too much
Baby, you give good love

Now I, I can’t stop looking around
It’s not, what this loves all about
Our love is here to stay, to stay

Baby, you give good love”

WHITNEY HOUSTON

may she rest in peace

a little more sweetness...

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