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Tag Archives: wedding
Arms exports to Saudi Arabia
I used to be skeptical about arms exports to Saudi Arabia. But then I learned that the weapons are mostly used to celebrate weddings:
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10 FAQ on Getting Married in Germany
As part of my very popular series of legal FAQ, I now address a subject which I am personally completely opposed to: how to get married in Germany? My personal advice would be not to do it. Don’t throw away freedom like that. … Continue reading
Posted in Family Law, German Law, Germany, Immigration Law, Law Tagged legal advice, wedding 217 Comments
What a Waste of Balloons!
Hundreds of children could have been made happy with all these balloons. But no, people had to misappropriate them for a wedding. (Spotted at Capo Milazzo in Sicily on 28 December 2013.) Did you notice that the married couple are … Continue reading
Posted in Italy, Love, Photography, Sicily Tagged balloons, wedding 9 Comments
You know the movie Wedding Crashers? It’s about two guys whose pick-up strategy consists of attending weddings, even when not invited, because that’s where single women are desperate and in a romantic mood. I had to think of that when … Continue reading
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Wedding: The most beautiful day of your life?
I try to avoid weddings. Actually, I try to avoid anything with a lot of people. But sometimes, very rarely, I attend one, always secretly pitying the groom and thinking of the wedding as a funeral, a funeral of freedom. … Continue reading
Posted in Life Tagged family, wedding, women 17 Comments
Engagement of Prince William and Kate Middleton
Isn’t it obvious that Prince William had been waiting with his engagement to Kate Middleton until the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court ruled that prenuptial agreements are now also recognised by English courts? Smart guy.
Posted in Family Law, Law, Politics Tagged divorce, monarchy, prenuptial agreement, prince, wedding, Windsor 24 Comments