Funny dating rituals
Back then, the idea was that the Welsh soon-to-be in-laws would watch over the man as he took painstaking efforts to craft the spoon, which would then be gifted to his bride on their wedding day.Now, from old-timey traditions to something far more modern. Any given woman could walk into the Kuala Lumpur-based store, buy a pair of heels from the specific range and leave their details with the cashier.Many involve offerings of gifts or dancing, other stories tell of fidelity or affection.And some mating rituals are familiar to anyone who watches their backyard, or nature documentaries.
While studying, I was lucky enough to live with friends from many different countries, from Wales to Holland.
The Welsh “love spoon” isn’t complete without intricate detail adorning its wooden shaft.
The ritual actually dates way back to the 16th century when men and women could not so freely date as they can now.
Oh, and if you’ve heard the term before, it’s no huge surprise.
In fact, in recent years, the word “queesting” has burrowed its way into American-English slang.
It even has an Urban Dictionary entry and the meaning hasn’t changed much, either.