Trou griewe

Julie 24, 2008 at 5 : 25 126 Kommentaar

Ek geniet dit baie om troustories te rooflees.  Mens kan net wonder of ‘n troue wat so rampspoedig begin darem ‘n gelukkige troue gaan wees.

My ma het ons van kleins af mooi geleer.  Volgens haar moet ons haar net na die troue bel en inlig dat ons getroud is.  Hoe ouer ek word, hoe meer klink dit vir my na ‘n goeie idee.  Ek meen, geen gesukkel met ‘n rok, geen onthaal, geen gaste politiek en geen fotograwe met ‘n blog nie.  (Sorry, ek kon dit nie help nie.)

Hoe voel julle oor Ouers vra?  Een van my vriendinne se pa was woedend omdat haar ou haar gevra het om te trou sonder om eers met hom te praat.  Baie ouers verwag dat daar eers hulle toestemming gevra word, voordat daar ringe gesoek word.  Ek weet daar is ook baie meisies wat gaan ouers vra.  Ek is bitter jammer.  As ‘n man eers my ouers gaan vra en dan vir my; kan hy met my ouers trou.  Ek is lankal mondig en kan vir myself besluit.  Ek gaan beslis nie sy ouers vra nie. 

Die meerderheid paartjies handel die ouersvra gesprek af nadat hulle verloof geraak het.  Ek weet van die geval waar die paartjie seker was die pa gaan moeilik wees.  Hulle het alles in die stryd gewerp om hom gelukkig gehou.  Die ma het besef sy word afgeskeep en het hulle behoorlik gas gegee.  Die pa was so mak soos ‘n lammetjie.  Min mense trou as hulle 21 is, mens is deesdae al op 18 mondig.  Het ouers enigsins ‘n sê in die saak? 

Iets wat ek nie kan klein kry nie is die heildronke wat op die onthaal ingestel word.  Ek dink tradisioneel word die eerste een op die bruid se ouers ingestel, die tweede een op die bruidegom se ouers en die laaste een op die bruidspaar.  Weereens, wie trou daardie dag?  Niemand is in elk geval lus om na ‘n lang relaas te luister nie.  Hoekom nie een “Cheers” en dan kan almal eet nie.  Wat gemaak as daar stiefouers is?  Of erger, as die stiefouers meer beteken as die eie ouers?

Vir die meerderheid van ons beteken vriende meer as familie.  Behalwe waar troues en begrafnisse ter sprake is.  Ewe skielik dan moet die familie in die voorste gestoeltes wees en die vriende afgeskeep.  Ironies hoeveel troues word bygewoon “Omdat dit dalk die laaste keer is dat ons vir Ouma lewendig gaan sien.”  Is dit dan onmoontlik om vir ouma in haar woonplek te gaan kuier?  Die familie voel ‘n veer vir die paartjie, die paartjie voel ‘n veer vir die familie, hoekom hulle dan nooi?  Ek gaan my nie eers uitlaat oor ouers se vriende en kollegas wat genooi word nie.  Dikwels mense wat die paar nog nooit met ‘n oog gesien het nie.

Ek sal maar eerder hier ophou, maar voel vry om julle griewe te lug.  Is daar dalk ‘n snaakse insidentjie oor ouersvra of troues wat iemand wil deel?

* Zoekoe – Ek het uiteindelik my ring gekry! Jammer ek het so lank gevat maar ek kon net nie kies nie, da is so baie da buite! *Hint* Dis NIE die onderste ring NIE🙂 * Liefde jou verloofde Nats*

Blogvraag:  Waar kom die woord Honeymoon vandaan?

Blogantwoord:  Kaliel was nie op die skip toegelaat nie, want hy was skeel en die seevaarders het dit as ongelukkig beskou.  Sam was amper reg.

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  • 1. Samantha Q  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 5 : 49

    EERSTE!!!!! En ek weeti!!!!!!!!

  • 2. Rolling Stone  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 6 : 21

    ‘n Vrou meld haar man se verdwyning aan by die polisie. Die polisieman vra of sy enige boodskap vir haar man het indien hulle hom opspoor.
    “Ja” sê sy “sê vir hom my ma het toe nie kom kuier nie.”

  • 3. Rolling Stone  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 6 : 24

    Men’s Thesaurus

    “I’M GOING FISHING”
    Means: “I’m going to drink myself dangerously stupid,and stand by a stream with a stick in my hand, while the fish swim by in complete safety.”

    IT’S A GUY THING”
    Means: “There is no rational thought pattern connected with it, and you have no chance at all of making it logical”.

    “CAN I HELP WITH DINNER?”
    Means: “Why isn’t it already on the table?”

    “UH HUH,” “SURE, HONEY,” OR “YES, DEAR…”
    Means: Absolutely nothing. It’s a conditioned response.

    “IT WOULD TAKE TOO LONG TO EXPLAIN”
    Means: “I have no idea how it works.”

    “I WAS LISTENING TO YOU. IT’S JUST THAT I HAVE THINGS ON MY MIND.”
    Means: “I was wondering if that redhead over there is wearing a bra.”

    “TAKE A BREAK HONEY, YOU’RE WORKING TOO HARD”.
    Means: “I can’t hear the game over the vacuum cleaner.”

    “THAT’S INTERESTING, DEAR.”
    Means: “Are you still talking?”

    “YOU KNOW HOW BAD MY MEMORY IS.”
    Means: “I remember the theme song to ‘F Troop’, the address of the first girl I ever kissed, and the vehicle identification numbers of every car I’ve ever owned, but I forgot your birthday.”

    “I WAS JUST THINKING ABOUT YOU, AND GOT YOU THESE ROSES”.
    Means: “The girl selling them on the corner was a real babe.”

    “OH, DON’T FUSS, I JUST CUT MYSELF, IT’S NO BIG DEAL.”
    Means: “I have actually severed a limb, but will bleed to death before I admit that I’m hurt.”

    “HEY, I’VE GOT MY REASONS FOR WHAT I’M DOING”.
    Means: “And I sure hope I think of some pretty soon.”

    “I CAN’T FIND IT.”
    Means: “It didn’t fall into my outstretched hands, so I’m completely
    clueless.”

    “WHAT DID I DO THIS TIME?”
    Means: “What did you catch me at?”

    “I HEARD YOU.”
    “I haven’t the foggiest clue what you just said, and am hoping desperately that I can fake it well enough so that you don’t spend the next 3 days yelling at me.”

    “YOU KNOW I COULD NEVER LOVE ANYONE ELSE.”
    Means: “I am used to the way you yell at me, and realize it could be worse.”

    “YOU LOOK TERRIFIC.”
    Means: “Please don’t try on one more outfit, I’m starving.”

    “I’M NOT LOST. I KNOW EXACTLY WHERE WE ARE.”
    Means: “No one will ever see us alive again.”

    “WE SHARE THE HOUSEWORK.”
    Means: “I make the messes, she cleans them up.”

  • 4. Rolling Stone  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 6 : 27

    After three years of marriage, Kim was still questioning her husband about his lurid past. “C’mon, tell me,” she asked for the thousandth time, “I know you’ve been with a lot of woman before. How many were there?”

    The husband replied, “Look, I don’t want to upset you, there were many. Let’s just leave it alone. The wife continued to beg and plead and promised she wouldn’t get
    angry. Finally, the husband gave in.

    “Okay,” he said, “Let’s see, there was one, two, three, four, five, six, seven – then there’s you — nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen…..”

  • 5. Rolling Stone  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 6 : 30

    Two guys are talking about their boss’s upcoming wedding. One says, “It’s ridiculous, he’s rich, but he’s 93 years old, and she’s just 26! What kind of a wedding is that?”

    The other says, “Well, we have a name for it in my family.”

    “What do you call it?”

    “We call it a football wedding.”

    The first asks, “What’s a football wedding?”

    The other says, “She’s waiting for him to kick off!”

  • 6. Rolling Stone  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 6 : 30

    “Congratulations my boy!” said the groom’s uncle. “I’m sure you’ll look back and remember today as the happiest day of your life.”

    “But I’m not getting married until tomorrow,” protested his nephew.

    “I know,” replied the uncle. “That’s exactly what I mean.”

  • 7. Rolling Stone  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 6 : 31

    There were three guys talking in the pub. Two of them are talking about the amount of control they have over their wives, while the third remains quiet.

    After a while one of the first two turns to the third and says, “Well, what about you, what sort of control you have over your wife?”

    The third fellow says, “I’ll tell you. Just the other night my wife came to me on her hands and knees.”

    The first two guys were amazed. “Wow! What happened then?” they asked.

    The third man took a healthy swallow of his beer, sighed and uttered, “She said, ‘Get out from under the bed and fight like a man.'”

  • 8. Rolling Stone  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 6 : 32

    At the florists, the sales clerk said, “I’m sorry sir, we don’t have any African Violets in stock. We don’t carry them at this time of year. Perhaps a nice potted geranium?”

    “No,” replied Kevin rather sadly, “It was definitely African Violets that my wife told me to water while she was gone.”

  • 9. Rolling Stone  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 6 : 33

    Ten commandments of marraige

    Commandment 1.

    Marriages are made in heaven. But so again, are thunder and lightning.

    Commandment 2.

    If you want your spouse to listen and pay strict attention to every word you say, talk in your sleep.

    Commandment 3.

    Marriage is grand — and divorce is at least 100 grand!

    Commandment 4.

    Married life is very frustrating. In the first year of marriage, the man speaks and the woman listens. In the second year, the woman speaks and the man listens. In the third year, they both speak and the neighbors listen.

    Commandment 5.

    When a man opens the door of his car for his wife, you can be sure of one thing: Either the car is new or the wife is.

    Commandment 6.

    Marriage is when a man and woman become as one; the trouble starts when they try to decide which one.

    Commandment 7.

    Before marriage, a man will lie awake all night thinking about something you said. After marriage, he will fall asleep before you finish talking.

    Commandment 8.

    Every man wants a wife who is beautiful, understanding, economical, and a good cook. But the law allows only one wife.

    Commandment 9.

    Every woman wants a man who is handsome, understanding, economical and a considerate lover, but again, the law allows only one husband.

    Commandment 10.

    Man is incomplete until he marries. After that, he is finished.

  • 10. Rolling Stone  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 6 : 40

    Tips on marriage

    1. Two times a week, we go to a nice restaurant, have a little beverage, then comes good food and companionship. She goes on Tuesdays, I go on Fridays.

    2. We also sleep in separate beds. Hers is in Ontario and mine is in Tucson.

    3. I take my wife everywhere, but she keeps finding her way back.

    4. I asked my wife where she wanted to go for our anniversary. “Somewhere I haven’t been in a long time!” she said. So I suggested the kitchen.

    5. We always hold hands. If I let go, she shops.

    6. She has an electric blender, electric toaster and electric bread maker. Then she said “There are too many gadgets and no place to sit down!” So I bought her an electric chair.

    7. My wife told me the car wasn’t running well because there was water in the carburetor. I asked where the car was, she told me “In the Lake.”

    8. She got a mudpack and looked great for two days. Then the mud fell off.

    9. She ran after the garbage truck, yelling “Am I too late for the garbage?” The driver said “No, jump in!”

    10. Remember. Marriage is the number one cause of divorce.

    11. I married Miss Right. I just didn’t know her first name was Always.

    12. I haven’t spoken to my wife in 18 months. I don’t like to interrupt her.

    13. The last fight was my fault. My wife asked “What’s on the TV?” I said “Dust!”

  • 11. Rolling Stone  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 6 : 44

    During the wedding rehearsal, the groom approached the pastor with an unusual offer.

    “Look, I’ll give you R200 if you’ll change the wedding vows a little. When you get to me and the part where I’m to promise to ‘love, honour and obey’ and ‘forsaking all others, be faithful to her forever,’ I’d appreciate it if you’d just leave that part out.” He passed the minister a ?100 bill and walked away satisfied.

    It is now the day of the wedding, and the bride and groom have moved to that part of the ceremony where the vows are exchanged. When it comes time for the groom’s vows, the pastor looks the young man in the eye and says: “Will you promise to prostrate yourself before her, obey her every command and wish, serve her breakfast in bed every morning of your life and swear eternally before God and your lovely wife that you will not ever even look at another woman, as long as you both shall live?”

    The groom gulped and looked around, and said in a tiny voice, “Yes.”

    The groom leaned toward the pastor and hissed, “I thought we had a deal.”

    The pastor handed back the R200 bill and whispered. “She made me a much better offer.”

  • 12. Sam q  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 7 : 39

    Great britain 19de eeu bridal tour wa die bruid en bruidegom vi die families ga kuier wat nie oppi troue kon weesi. Blah blah blah. Teveel om te onthou…..

  • 13. Salomè  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 7 : 42

    HALLO ALMAL!!!

    Ek dink ek moet maar ‘n gastehuis begin want daar is altyd iemand wat in ons huis “moet” aanbly. – of ons moet in ‘n kleiner huisie in trek . . .

  • 14. Salomè  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 7 : 43

    Rollende Klip!!!
    Hahaha, ou grapjas.

  • 15. Salomè  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 7 : 47

    Oor die onderwerp. Baie ouers is baie erg oor die vrou-vra storie. Ek en Liefie is Desember 17 jaar getroud en my ma kan hom nog steeds nie vergewe dat ons nie eers haar toestemming gevra het nie. (ek was darem al 25 toe ons getroud is)
    Ons het ok net familie en naby vriende genooi en het ok sommer vroeg-vroeg ‘n stokkie gesteek voor die “geheildronk drinkery”. Ek kan in elk geval nie die ou simpel liedjies verdra wat hulle alltyd sing nie – so afgesaag en vervelig “tant Koek se hoender haan”, Kinders by dosyne” . . . ek meen, asb., hoe common kan ons boerevolkie raak.

  • 16. Wipneus!  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 9 : 40

    Ouers vra??? Ek wonder of ons dit gedoen het, ek kan wraggies nie onthou dat ons dit gedoen het nie. My seun het klaar verloof geraak en toe het hulle ons net kom inlig!! Maar hulle is darem klaar mondig!! En vir my is dit ok.

    Saloom daardie tant koek se hoenderhaan kan darem partykeer regtig chaos veroorsaak die arme bruidegom kry nie eers ‘n woord in nie. Hy probeer bedankings doen, maar niemand hoor eers wie bedank word nie soos hy doodgesing word. Dus ek stem saam met jou! Ek kan nie onthou of hulle ons kinders by dosyne toegesing het nie, ek glo nie hulle het nie, ek sou hulle aangeval het. Net nou het ek regtig met so hoop kinders gesit. Ek het altyd gesê net 2, dan het ek my deel gedoen vir volk en vaderland.

    Saloom baie dankie vir die resep ek sal dit op my blog sit!!

    Klip werk jy weer nagdiens??? whahaha

  • 17. Wipneus!  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 9 : 42

    I have the invitation that you sent me
    You wanted me to see you change your name
    I couldn’t stand to see you wed another
    But dear I hope you’re happy just the same

    Wedding bells are ringing in the chapel
    That should be ringing out for you and me
    Down the aisle with someone else you’re walking
    Those wedding bell will never ring for me

    I planned a little cottage in the valley
    I even bought a little band of gold
    I thought some day I’d place it on your finger
    But now the future looks so dark and cold

    Wedding bells are ringing in the chapel
    I hear the children laughing out with glee
    At home alone I hang my head in sorrow
    Those wedding bells will never ring for me

    I fancy that I see a bunch of roses
    A blossom from an orange tree in your hair
    And while the organ plays I love you truly
    Please let me pretend that I am there

    Wedding bells are ringing in the chapel
    Ever since the day you set me free
    I knew someday that you would wed another
    But wedding bells will never ring for me

  • 18. Wipneus!  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 9 : 43

    Mooi wedding song

    There’s two things I know for sure
    She was sent here from heaven, and she’s Daddy’s little girl.
    As I drop to my knees by her bed at night
    She talks to Jesus and I close my eyes
    And I thank God for all of the joy in my life, oh but most of all…

    For butterfly kisses after bedtime prayer
    Sticking little white flowers all up in her hair
    Walk beside the pony Daddy, it’s my first ride
    I know the cake looks funny Daddy, but I sure tried
    Oh with all that I’ve done wrong, I must of done something right
    To deserve a hug every morning, and butterfly kisses at night.

    Sweet sixteen today
    She’s looking like her Mama, a little more everyday.
    One part woman, the other part girl
    To perfume and makeup, from ribbons and curls.
    Trying her wings out in a great big world, but I remember…

    Butterfly kisses after bedtime prayer
    Sticking little white flowers all up in her hair.
    You know how much I love you Daddy, but if you don’t mind
    I’m only gonna kiss you on the cheek this time.
    With all that I’ve done wrong, I must of done something right
    To deserve her love every morning, and butterfly kisses at night.

    All the precious time, oh, like the wind the years go by.
    Precious butterfly, spread your wings and fly.

    She’ll change her name today, she’ll make a promise, and I’ll give her away.
    Standing in the bridegroom just staring at her
    She asks me what I’m thinking, and I said I’m not sure.
    I just feel like I’m losing my baby girl, and she leaned over…

    Gave me butterfly kisses with her Mama there
    Sticking little white flowers all up in her hair.
    Walk me down the aisle Daddy, it’s just about time.
    Does my wedding gown look pretty Daddy? Daddy, don’t cry.
    Oh, with all that I’ve done wrong, I must of done something right.

    To deserve her love every morning, and butterfly kisses,
    I couldn’t ask God for more, than this is what love is.
    I know I gotta let her go, but I’ll always remember…
    Every hug in the morning, and butterfly kisses.

  • 19. Wipneus!  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 9 : 46

    En another one bites the dust

    Steve walks warily down the street,
    with the brim pulled way down low
    Ain’t no sound but the sound of his feet,
    machine guns ready to go

    Are you ready,
    Are you ready for this
    Are you hanging on the edge of your seat
    Out of the doorway the bullets rip
    To the sound of the beat

    Another one bites the dust
    Another one bites the dust
    And another one gone, and another one gone
    Another one bites the dust
    Hey, I’m gonna get you too
    Another one bites the dust

    How do you think I’m going to get along,
    without you, when you’re gone
    You took me for everything that I had,
    and kicked me out on my own

    Are you happy, are you satisfied
    How long can you stand the heat
    Out of the doorway the bullets rip
    To the sound of the beat

    Chorus

    Another one bites the dust
    Another one bites the dust
    Another one bites the dust
    Another one bites the dust
    There are plenty of ways you can hurt a man
    And bring him to the ground
    You can beat him
    You can cheat him
    you can treat him bad and leave him
    When he’s down
    But I’m ready, yes I’m ready for you
    I’m standing on my own two feet
    Out of the doorway the bullets rip
    repeating the sound of the beat

  • 20. Wipneus!  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 9 : 47

    Julle moet lekker troue speel môre!!

    Toe del doe

  • 21. Adrie  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 10 : 17

    Van troues weghardloop bedoel Ouma Wedding Singer.

    Saloom

    Is jy vir nou klaar met ons afskeep?

    Sam

    Jy is ver van die pad af.

  • 22. terminator  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 11 : 17

    yes yes julle

  • 23. terminator  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 11 : 17

    wie is nog hie????

  • 24. terminator  |  Julie 24, 2008 om 11 : 19

    Ouma wedding singer wat is dit????

    ‘n Ouma singer naaldwerk masjien?

  • 25. Jaco  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 6 : 04

    Troues in sy tadisionele vorm is ‘n klug as jy my vra. Hoekom die wetter R50 000 of meer spandeer aan die troue en die paartjie het skaars meubels in die huis? Die grootste gross gaste kom in elk geval net omdat daar gratis kos en drank is.
    My en Krista se troureelings was ook besig om hand uit te ruk tot ons besluit het te hel daarmee. Een aand in die kombuis terwyl ons staan en kosmaak het, het ons besluit om die troue met 6maande te vervroeg. Twee weke later is ons op ‘n goeie Maandagmore getroud. Net die mense wat ons regtig daar wou he is telefonies genooi. Na die seremonie was daar ‘n vingerete sommer hier by die huis voor almal terug werk toe is. Diie aand het ons almal gaan uiteet by ‘n restaurant.

    Om ouers te vra is die man se joppie. Ek kan eerstens nie sien hoekom die meisie ook moet ouers vra nie. Omdat die bruid se pa gewoonlik vir die gelag betaal is dit net goeie maniere om jou aanstaande skoonpa ‘n heads-up te gee. Maar definitief nadat jy eers sy dogter gevra het.

  • 26. Samantha Q  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 6 : 27

    The Oxford English Dictionary offers no etymology, but gives examples dating back to the 16th century. The Merriam-Webster dictionary reports the etymology as from “the idea that the first month of marriage is the sweetest” (1546).

  • 27. Samantha Q  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 6 : 30

    Hony mone, a term proverbially applied to such as be newly married, which will not fall out at the first, but th’one loveth the other at the beginning excedingly, the likelyhood of their exceadinge love appearing to aswage, ye which time the vulgar people call the hony mone.

  • 28. Samantha Q  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 8 : 32

    Honeymoon
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Jump to: navigation, search
    A honeymoon is the traditional holiday taken by newlyweds to celebrate their marriage in intimacy and seclusion. Today, honeymoons by Westerners are sometimes celebrated somewhere exotic or otherwise considered special and romantic.

    [edit] History
    In Western culture, the custom of a newlywed couple going on a holiday together originated in early 19th century Great Britain. Upper-class couples would take a “bridal tour”, sometimes accompanied by friends or family, to visit relatives that had not been able to attend the wedding.[1] The practice soon spread to the European continent and was known as voyage à la façon anglaise (English-style voyage) in France from the 1820s on.

    Honeymoons in the modern sense (i.e. a pure holiday voyage undertaken by the married couple) became widespread during the Belle Époque,[2] as one of the first instances of modern mass tourism. This came about in spite of initial disapproval by contemporary medical opinion (which worried about women’s frail health) and by savoir vivre guidebooks (which deplored the public attention drawn to what was assumed to be the wife’s sexual initiation).[3] The most popular honeymoon destinations at the time were the Côte d’Azur and Italy, particularly its seaside resorts and romantic cities such as Rome, Verona or Venice.

    [edit] Origin of the word
    Look up honeymoon in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.The Oxford English Dictionary offers no etymology, but gives examples dating back to the 16th century. The Merriam-Webster dictionary reports the etymology as from “the idea that the first month of marriage is the sweetest” (1546).

    A honeymoon can also be the first moments a newly-wed couple spend together, or the first holiday they spend together to celebrate their marriage.

    “ The first month after marriage, when there is nothing but tenderness and pleasure” (Samuel Johnson); originally having no reference to the period of a month, but comparing the mutual affection of newly-married persons to the changing moon which is no sooner full than it begins to wane; now, usually, the holiday spent together by a newly-married couple, before settling down at home. ”

    One of the more recent citations in the Oxford English Dictionary indicates that, while today honeymoon has a positive meaning, the word was originally a reference to the inevitable waning of love like a phase of the moon. This, the first known literary reference to the honeymoon, was penned in 1552, in Richard Huloet’s Abecedarium Anglico Latinum. Huloet writes:

    “ Hony mone, a term proverbially applied to such as be newly married, which will not fall out at the first, but th’one loveth the other at the beginning excedingly, the likelyhood of their exceadinge love appearing to aswage, ye which time the vulgar people call the hony mone.[citation needed] ”

    In many parts of Europe it was traditional to supply a newly married couple with enough mead for a month, ensuring happiness and fertility. From this practice we get honeymoon or, as the French say, lune de miel[4][5]

    There are many calques of the word honeymoon from English into other languages. The Welsh word for honeymoon is mis mêl (honey month). In Hebrew it is ‘Yerach D’vash translated to honey month (interestingly the word ‘Yerach’-Month is very close to the word ‘Yare’ach’-Moon. The two words are spelled alike: ירח). In Arabic it is shahr el ‘assal also translated to honey month. The Spanish word for honeymoon is la luna de miel (the moon of honey), and the Italian luna di miele (same translation). The Persian word for it is mah e asal which has both the translations honeymoon and honey month (mah in Persian meaning both moon and month).

  • 29. Samantha Q  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 8 : 34

    Honeymoon
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Jump to: navigation, search
    A honeymoon is the traditional holiday taken by newlyweds to celebrate their marriage in intimacy and seclusion. Today, honeymoons by Westerners are sometimes celebrated somewhere exotic or otherwise considered special and romantic.

    [edit] History
    In Western culture, the custom of a newlywed couple going on a holiday together originated in early 19th century Great Britain. Upper-class couples would take a “bridal tour”, sometimes accompanied by friends or family, to visit relatives that had not been able to attend the wedding.[1] The practice soon spread to the European continent and was known as voyage à la façon anglaise (English-style voyage) in France from the 1820s on.

    Honeymoons in the modern sense (i.e. a pure holiday voyage undertaken by the married couple) became widespread during the Belle Époque,[2] as one of the first instances of modern mass tourism. This came about in spite of initial disapproval by contemporary medical opinion (which worried about women’s frail health) and by savoir vivre guidebooks (which deplored the public attention drawn to what was assumed to be the wife’s sexual initiation).[3] The most popular honeymoon destinations at the time were the Côte d’Azur and Italy, particularly its seaside resorts and romantic cities such as Rome, Verona or Venice.

    [edit] Origin of the word
    Look up honeymoon in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.The Oxford English Dictionary offers no etymology, but gives examples dating back to the 16th century. The Merriam-Webster dictionary reports the etymology as from “the idea that the first month of marriage is the sweetest” (1546).

    A honeymoon can also be the first moments a newly-wed couple spend together, or the first holiday they spend together to celebrate their marriage.

    “ The first month after marriage, when there is nothing but tenderness and pleasure” (Samuel Johnson); originally having no reference to the period of a month, but comparing the mutual affection of newly-married persons to the changing moon which is no sooner full than it begins to wane; now, usually, the holiday spent together by a newly-married couple, before settling down at home. ”

    One of the more recent citations in the Oxford English Dictionary indicates that, while today honeymoon has a positive meaning, the word was originally a reference to the inevitable waning of love like a phase of the moon. This, the first known literary reference to the honeymoon, was penned in 1552, in Richard Huloet’s Abecedarium Anglico Latinum. Huloet writes:

    “ Hony mone, a term proverbially applied to such as be newly married, which will not fall out at the first, but th’one loveth the other at the beginning excedingly, the likelyhood of their exceadinge love appearing to aswage, ye which time the vulgar people call the hony mone.[citation needed] ”

    In many parts of Europe it was traditional to supply a newly married couple with enough mead for a month, ensuring happiness and fertility. From this practice we get honeymoon or, as the French say, lune de miel[4][5]

    There are many calques of the word honeymoon from English into other languages. The Welsh word for honeymoon is mis mêl (honey month). In Hebrew it is ‘Yerach D’vash translated to honey month (interestingly the word ‘Yerach’-Month is very close to the word ‘Yare’ach’-Moon. The two words are spelled alike: ירח). In Arabic it is shahr el ‘assal also translated to honey month. The Spanish word for honeymoon is la luna de miel (the moon of honey), and the Italian luna di miele (same translation). The Persian word for it is mah e asal which has both the translations honeymoon and honey month (mah in Persian meaning both moon and month).:mrgreen:

  • 30. Samantha Q  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 8 : 35

    Dis somme kak die! Waas my laaste comment?

  • 31. demoerin  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 8 : 36

    My persoonlik opinie, veral as daar ‘n party gaan wees waarvoor daar duur betaal is. Naaste familie want jy moet, en dan die vriende en kollegas wat die party ‘n sukses gaan maak. Definitief niemand wat gaan eet en ry nie! Jou vriende speel in elk geval groter rolle in jou lewe as daai tannie of niggie wat jy elke 2de jaar sien.

  • 32. Samantha Q  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 8 : 43

    DEMOERIN!!!!! Ek soen groet jou somme! Ek dog die simpel ding het almal in ‘n vortex laat verdwyn!

  • 33. Rolling Stone  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 00

    Goeie more almal

    Wipneus, ek is dagskof, werk al van die 17de af, elke dag 12ure , kan meer wag om weer op nagskof te wees nie .

  • 34. terminator  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 04

    Samantha Q vir wat vloek jy so lelik?????? En dan is dit nog ‘n gesoenery ook!!

  • 35. bruinogies  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 13

    more more!!

    adrie
    dankie dat j my aanvaar het mwah!!

    ek weti wie, is wie da ni,sommige mense heti name nie!!

  • 36. Samantha Q  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 34

    @ terminator

    Fok U, U hoogheid!

  • 37. terminator  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 36

    Sam stadig oor die klippe, gaan kyk wat het daai Ouma van jou op haar blog aangevang!!

  • 38. terminator  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 37

    Waar is die baas van die blog dat hierdie gevloekery stop gesit kan word 👿

  • 39. Ouma Rosie  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 38

    Môle môle julle

  • 40. Terminator  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 39

    Ouma gaan speel voor jou singer

  • 41. Ouma Rosie  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 40

    Ag Terminator, ek terminate jou met een hou…. van my kierie 😈

  • 42. terminator  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 41

    Ek gaan nou loop julle wil my nie hier hê nie

  • 43. terminator  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 42

    whahahahaha kyk die avatar!!!

  • 44. wipneus  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 42

    Heloooooooo almal, Adrie het Ouma mooi geleer whahahaha 😆
    wakker slaap

  • 45. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 44

    I’m back kom kom dat hierdie comments kom dorings en rose wat gaan aan???? Slaap julle nog??? A nee a

  • 46. Verons  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 45

    More julle,
    Ek het iewers gelees dat in een of ander land gee die vrou gewoonlik vir die man ‘n maand na hulle troue (of die 1e volmaan na die troue is nou nie seker nie) heuning. Dis waar die term honeymoon vandaan kom. Of so iets!

  • 47. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 45

    Sam gaan jy nie verkoning vra nie????? Ouma is diep beswaard, diep my kind!!

  • 48. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 47

    Hello Veronsie!!!

    O hel ek beter gou vir Teddie ‘n bottel heuning gaan gee…. Ons het dan nou nooit op volmaan die heuning ding gedoen nie😳

  • 49. vecksy1  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 47

    GMPF!!!!!

  • 50. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 48

    Vecksy1

    Gaan vul eers jou papiere in voor jy hier mag speel!! 👿

  • 51. Nats  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 48

    Hello julle!!!

    Ek is mal oor troues!!!! Ek glo dit hang van persoon tot persoon af as jy jou aanstaande skoon ouers se “toestemming” moet vra of nie. Ek sou dit in ‘n mate waardeur het as my aanstaande my ouers eers vra… maar my ma vir een kan nie geheime hou nie, al sit sy net met so GROOT smile op haar bakkies weet ek iets is in die gang!

  • 52. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 49

    Samantha kom dadelik hier na Ouma toe….. Tshabalala bring bietjie daai blou seep sommer die rooi peper ook 😈

  • 53. Zoekoe  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 49

    Hallo julle ! my internet is weer dood by die offies . . . Nats ek laaik daai ring !! !

  • 54. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 50

    Nats laat Ouma nou vir jou ‘n geheim vertel, die skoonouers gaan NEE sê!!

  • 55. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 51

    Hello Zoeksie

    Skop daai verdomde rekenaar dood!!

    Zoekoe Ouma wil jou ietsie vra, Nats mag nie hoor nie.

    Wil jy nie asb met Ouma trou nie, ek is baaaaie ryk!! Jy gaan ryk erf. En jy mag dan ook met ouma se karretjie rond ry!!!

    Jaaaa vrouens mag mans vra om te trou

  • 56. Nats  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 52

    Wag so bietjie… wat gaan hier aan??

    Wie is die klomp wat soo oor mekaar chat en tekere gaan??

  • 57. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 53

    Sal daai Sam nou so wegkruip!!! 👿 Laat ek net my kierie kry, as ek hier opkom gaan die poppe dans en die blouseep werk!!!

  • 58. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 53

    Nats vra dit nou, hulle het die hele blog gehigh jack!! Maak asb ‘n plan

  • 59. Terminator  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 54

    Wat gaan wil jy doen as jy uitvind Nats??????

  • 60. Terminator  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 55

    Huh???? Ek het ‘n groot gun!!! Ek terminate alles wat voorkom 👿

  • 61. Terminator  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 55

    Ouma gaan speel voor jou singer! Gaan brei of hekel!!

  • 62. Zoekoe  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 56

    Is dit ek, of is die plek mal vandag ?

  • 63. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 56

    Ag terminator ek terminate jou met my kierie

  • 64. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 57

    Zoekoe , Ouma het jou ‘n vraag gevra?????? Of moet ek iemand anders soek

  • 65. terminator  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 58

    Waar is die baas van die blog??????

  • 66. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 9 : 59

    😆 😆 😆 😆 ROFL

  • 67. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 01

    My Sarie Marais is so ver van my hart, ♪
    Maar’k hoop om haar weer te sien.
    Sy het in die wyk van die Mooi Rivier gewoon,
    Nog voor die oorlog het begin.
    O bring my trug na die ou Transvaal,
    Daar waar my Sarie woon.
    Daar onder in die mielies
    By die groen doringboom,
    Daar woon my Sarie Marais.

    Chorus: O bring my trug na die ou Transvaal,
    Daar waar my Sarie woon.
    Daar onder in die mielies
    By die groen doringboom,
    Daar woon my Sarie Marais.

    Ek was so bang dat die Kakies my sou vang
    En ver oor die see wegstuur;
    Toe vlug ek na die kant van die Upington se sand
    Daar onder langs die Grootrivier.
    O bring my trug na die ou Transvaal,
    Daar waar my Sarie woon.
    Daar onder in die mielies
    By die groen doringboom,
    Daar woon my Sarie Marais.

  • 68. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 04

    Ek wil trou!!!

  • 69. Zoekoe  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 06

    Haai ouma is dan famielie, mens mag nie met famielie trou nie 😯

  • 70. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 08

    Ons doen vertroebelde bloed kind!!! En ek soek nie so klein steentjie soos Nats nie. Nats sal nie omgee om jou te deel nie. Sy kan ook in Ouma se karretjie ry !! Ouma deel graag!!

  • 71. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 09

    Jy is slim Zoekoe!! Jy het vinnig opgetel :lol 😆
    Sam het skoon weg gehol toe die vyand nader kom whahaha

  • 72. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 10

    Ek soek nou net die een wat my rekenaar opgemors het!! Hy gaan klippe kap, is ape k*k dieselfde as klippe kap?????

  • 73. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 11

    👿 👿 👿 Ouma het die trane gesluk, ek is nou met my kierie op die oorlogspad!!!

  • 74. Nats  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 12

    Ouma Rosie
    Zoekoe is MYNE!!!!👿
    Kry jou eie een!!!

    Zoekoe
    Ouma is weer dronk!!

  • 75. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 13

    Sies Nats!! Om nou so lelik met jou ouma te praat!!

    Ouma wil Zoekoe hê ek wil nog vandag trou voor die son sak

    Ouma wil ‘n man hê

  • 76. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 13

    Oupa is nou te oud….

  • 77. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 15

    Mense moenie skrik nie, julle hoef nie te rooflees, dis net ek Wipneus

  • 78. Zoekoe  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 15

    Ja Nats, lyk my so . . . 😆

  • 79. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 15

    Kyk die avatar sien julle????????? Ja dis al die tyd ‘n maan!!! Kan jy nou meer!!! Ek dans weer onder die maan en sterre.

  • 80. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 16

    Zoekoe antwoord nou vir Ouma??? Ek soek ‘n antwoord. In die Huisgenoot was daar ook ‘n ou ou Ouma wat vir haar ‘n jongblaar nader gesleep het!!

  • 81. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 17

    Ek wil ook

  • 82. ADRIANA  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 17

    Ouma gaan netnou in die hoek sit!

    Hallo!

    Ek en Gigi breakfast gou en skinder van julle. Sy stuur groete en liefde

  • 83. OUMA DORING  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 18

    Adriana bring vir Ouma ‘n toasted bacon and egg, en maak sommer ‘n draai by die bottel stoor, Ouma kort OBS

  • 84. OUMA DORING  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 19

    Hierdie Ouma sit nie in die hoek, ek stuur wel graag ander hoek toe

  • 85. OUMA DORING  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 20

    Zoekoe antwoord!!! 👿

  • 86. Nats  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 21

    Adrie
    UNFAIR!! Sê asb vir Gigi HEEELLLLOOOOO ons mis haar!!!!

    Ouma
    Stadig oor die klippe! Hoe gaan ouma sê I DO met obs in die een hand en ‘n toasted sami in die ander? Gaan lê so bietjie…

    O ja Adrie ek soek ook asb iets om te eet!!! Ek is hommer!

  • 87. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 22

    Natsie kom dat Ouma vir jou pap en melk gaan gee,

  • 88. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 27

    Die Kakies is mos net soos ‘n krokodille pes, ♪
    Hulle sleep jou altyd water toe;
    Hul gooi jou op n skip vir ‘n lange, lange trip,
    Die josie weet waarnatoe.
    O bring my trug na die ou Transvaal,
    Daar waar my Sarie woon.
    Daar onder in die mielies
    By die groen doringboom,
    Daar woon my Sarie Marais.

    Chorus

    Verlossing die kom en die huis toe gaan was daar,
    Terug na die ou Transvaal;
    My lieflingspersoon sal seker ook daar wees
    Om my met ‘n kus te beloon.
    O bring my trug na die ou Transvaal,
    Daar waar my Sarie woon.
    Daar onder in die mielies
    By die groen doringboom,
    Daar woon my Sarie Marais.

  • 89. Zoekoe  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 28

    Jammer ouma, maar ek sal nooit vir Nats verneuk nie !!

  • 90. Nats  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 28

    Ouma Rosie
    Dankie ouma… ek soek asb baie suiker en botter! Ek sal sommer oppad vir Ouma obs optel.
    Maar los nou asb my verloofde uit hy is omgerap en dan het ons nou weer die hele naweek stil stuipe!!

  • 91. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 30

    Nou waar gaan Ouma nou ‘n man kry????

    Ouma skep vir Nats heerlik pap op en is diep beswaard oor niemand haar meer wil hê nie…😦

  • 92. Nats  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 30

    Ouma
    Of nog erger Zoekoe gaan daai mooi tafeltjie wat ek hom gevra het om vir my af te skuur so hard en aanhoudend skuur dat dit gaan lyk soos ‘n toothpick as hy klaar is!!😯

  • 93. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 31

    😥

  • 94. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 31

    Natsie soek vir Ouma ‘n man??? Ons kort ‘n Oupa Doring!!

  • 95. Zoekoe  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 33

    Ek kry nie stilstuipe nie ! ! hey dis vrydag !!

  • 96. ADRIANA  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 35

    Hier is julle brekkies!

    Ouma is klaar gesuip. Geen meer obs. Gaan trou met Demoerin, hy is nie aan my tweeling verloof nie. Tsk! My vy!

  • 97. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 35

    Adriana Ouma soek ‘n Oupa Doring wat my gelukkig kan maak😥

  • 98. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 36

    Dankie vir my toebroodjie my kind 😥

  • 99. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 36

    Demoerin soek nie ‘n Ouma, hy het my klaar gesê, ek het hom al gevra

  • 100. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 37

    Ouma het al almal gevra, hulle sê Ouma is nie meer jonk nie, alles het gekreukel

  • 101. OUMA ROSIE  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 10 : 51

    Ouma gaan nou weer down under!!! Ek wou net met julle kom speel!!!! Ek het verlang….

    Ek gaan nou shop, mooi blomme koop vir die huis by woollies, die kaart hier en daar buig!! Die huis redecorate…. allerhande lekker dinge doen!!!

    Lekker naweek hou almal!!

    NB:
    En pas julle juweleboksies op, die rooi gevaar is daarbuite!!!
    As julle twyfel oor internet safety, vra maar vir Adrie of die IT ouens, hoe om julself te beskerm!!!! Better safe than sorry!!! 😦 My Teddie is baie boos vir my oor ek my e pos adres oor die hele wêreld versprei het!!!

    Toe del doe

  • 102. Roer  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 11 : 09

    Eish, alweer ‘n babelse verwarring wat name betref…

    Toe my man my ma oor die telefoon vra om met my te trou, het hulle nog nooit voorheen ontmoet nie (moes oor die telefoon, ons was VER weg). Sy woorde was: “Tannie, ek en jou dogter moet trou…” Lang stilte… “Tannie, ek kry nie die ring van haar vinger af nie.” Nou wonder hy hoekom het my man niks van hom gehou nie.😆

  • 103. vokov  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 11 : 23

    Nataniel vertel die mooiste storie van die vrou wat met die troukoek by die verkeerde vokin huis opgedaag het.

    ‘twanggg, skiet nog ‘n haar’

  • 104. Pikkelik  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 11 : 47

    Ons het al hierdie drama ge’bypass’ toe ons getroud is, genade ons was heeltemal te oud om ouers te vra… As ons kinders gehad het, sou ons seker moes kinders vra! 😆 Mynick het in die kerk sy bedankings gedoen, niemand waag ‘Dapper muis’ en ‘Tant koek se hoenderhaan’ in die kerk nie. Ons is op ‘n Sondag getroud en het net ‘n ontbyt gegee… Lekker cheap!!!! 😆 😆 😆

  • 105. neykie  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 12 : 44

    eendag in die verre toekoms as ek trou sal ek verkies dat my pa liewers die geld wat hy aan my troue sou spandeer, liewers vir my gee, sodat ek ‘n ordentlike huis kan opsit en lekker vakansie gaan hou. As om my verfoeilike familie te nooi vir ete ek sal dalk net getemp wees om arseen in die kos te laat gooi. Daar sal net my pa en elmarie en ek en my toekomstige man en sy ouers daar wees en klaar. hehe lekker naweek a3

  • 106. Zoekoe  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 2 : 20

    en toe is daar weer stilte !!!

  • 107. Zoekoe  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 4 : 07

    korreksie… toe is daar weer fokkol !!

  • 108. Sam q  |  Julie 25, 2008 om 7 : 26

    200!

  • 109. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 6 : 39

    300!

  • 110. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 9 : 40

    400!

  • 111. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 1 : 48

    500!

  • 112. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 1 : 49

    1000!

  • 113. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 1 : 52

    As ons so aanhou dan gat ons 1 miljoen comments opsit vandag!:mrgreen:

  • 114. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 3 : 58

    5000!

  • 115. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 6 : 18

    500 000!:mrgreen:

  • 116. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 6 : 42

    1000 000!

  • 117. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 7 : 40

    2000 000!

  • 118. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 7 : 41

    4000 000…

  • 119. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 7 : 44

    8000 000….. My battery ga pap wees voor ek by 1 biljoen kom

  • 120. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 7 : 49

    1 2000 000

  • 121. Sam q  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 7 : 52

    1 4000 000

  • 122. Wipneus!  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 8 : 58

    Sam wat gaan aan????? 😯

  • 123. Wipneus!  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 8 : 59

    Hierdie blog is morsdood 😦 Waar is almal heen!!

  • 124. Wipneus!  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 9 : 00

    1 5000 000

  • 125. Wipneus!  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 9 : 01

    1 6000 000

    Lekker naweek julle!

  • 126. Adrie  |  Julie 26, 2008 om 10 : 09

    Kroekers!!!!!

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