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Kumbe hawavai kitu ndani??: Raha ya Ndoa na Binti wa Kibrazil

Discussion in 'Mahusiano, mapenzi, urafiki' started by ngoshwe, Jan 10, 2012.

  1. ngoshwe

    ngoshwe JF-Expert Member

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    He's got his knickers in a twist: Brazilian councillor proposes law demanding brides wear underwear when they marry
    • Some brides believe their marriages will last longer if they go knicker-less at the altar
    By Daily Mail ReporterLast updated at 8:58 AM on 10th January 2012A Brazilian councillor has proposed a law to force brides to wear knickers at the altar.Ozias Zizi claims that a growing number of women in his south-eastern town of Vila Velha are turning up to church with nothing on underneath their wedding dresses.The superstitious brides believe it will make their marriages last longer, he explained.[​IMG] Superstitious: Some brides in Brazil believe their marriage will last longer if they go knicker-less at the altarThe Brazilian Repulican Party (PRB) politician claims his new law, which would also put a lower limit on brides’ necklines, will save ministers of religion from embarrassment as they conduct weddings in the town.More...
    He said: 'There are a lot of women who believe that if they get married without wearing knickers this helps secure their nuptials for longer.[​IMG] Hard to enforce: Critics said it would be absurd to try and police a bill ensuring brides wore knickers'The person, in fact, can get married in whichever way they like, but the moment they enter a place of worship they must show some respect. And without knickers just won’t do.'The councillor admitted that the law would be hard to enforce – ‘we couldn’t do any checks’ – but suggested that an educational campaign could ‘preserve our sacred places’. A local pastor who takes weddings in the town branded the bill as 'ridiculous'.Deriding the bill, Enoch de Castro said: 'There are women who make a choice to not use underwear. This has nothing to do with anything.'It would be an absurd thing to try to have to police something like this, to find out whether a bride is wearing knickers or not.'Read more: Brazilian councillor proposes law demanding brides wear underwear when they marry | Mail Online
  2. Kongosho

    Kongosho JF-Expert Member

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    ndefu mno!
  3. SaidAlly

    SaidAlly JF-Expert Member

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    Umeona eeee....alafu kidhungu duuu, inachosha hata sijafika nusu zaidi ya kuangalia picha tu!
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    mikatabafeki JF-Expert Member

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    ​st.Kayumba hebu nichape laaapa