Unformatted text preview: lucky rainfall (which usually happens. It is a rare day when it does not rain in Ireland). Some of the traditions in the wedding itself are long-lived as well. One example of this is in the wedding dance. The bride should not take both of her feet off of the ground while dancing with the groom. This brings bad luck. Also interesting is that several sayings and songs that are played at a Celtic wedding are popular in other places, such as “something borrowed something blue.” This is the typical wedding toast: May your troubles be less, And your blessings be more, And nothing but happiness come through your door. Long live the Irish! Long live their cheer! Long live our friendship, year after year! It reminds me of something off of Lord of the Rings! I freaking LOVE the Celtics!!!!!...
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course ANTHR 101 taught by Professor Crandall during the Fall '08 term at BYU - ID.
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