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30-May-2015 07:43

Check out these 31 love and marriage customs from around the globe - #24 will make you cringe.

In Fiji, men have to find an unusual gift before they can ask for a woman's hand in marriage: Before asking for the hand of his beloved, the groom must present his father-in-law with a whale's tooth.

In Mauritania, a large, full-bodied wife is said to signify good luck and prosperity in a marriage.

Unfortunately, Mauritian women are often force-fed to become fatter for their wedding, sometimes causing them endless illness and health problems down the line.

Here's a completely messed up tradition that will have you cringing; In Krygyzstan, an old adage claims that tears on a wedding day will make for a happy marriage.

If not, they can't plan their nuptials until they find one that is.Throwing the bouquet, scandalously removing the garter, the couple's first dance, the cutting of the cake, and the life-affirming moment that the Electric Slide begins - these are all wedding traditions that most Americans know and love.Around the world, wedding traditions are a little bit different: Some of them are heartwarmingly romantic, and some of them are a little strange, and some of them might make you a little bit uncomfortable.Soon, people the world over will be silently judging their significant others by the size of their bouquet, box of chocolates, and bling.

In China, when a groom comes to get his bride, he must first break through an aggressive wall of her angry bridesmaids.

The bridesmaids demand money from him, and put him through a series of silly performances and tasks - all meant to prove just how strong his love really is.



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