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Weird Wedding Facts: Bathroom Moratorium - Tidong community, Indonesia/Malaysia

After the wedding, the bride and groom are not allowed to use the bathroom for three whole days. They cannot leave the house, clear their bowels or urinate. The couple is watched over and are allowed minimal amounts of food and drink. If the custom is not practiced, they believe it will bring bad luck to the couple, with consequences such as a broken marriage, infidelity or death of their children. After three days, the couple is allowed to return to normal life and begin their marriage.






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You know what they say, "cut your coat according to your size".

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Will you buy this $500 (₦107,500) Wedding Selfie Stick?

Happy Friday Sugar Lovers.

Can you imagine how many things you can do or get for your wedding with $500 (approximately 107,000)? You can get your wedding ring, get a wedding photographer or even put it towards a dreamy honeymoon. However if you're a 'selfie-obsessed' bride (or groom), there's something else you can spend your $500 on, a crystal-encrusted selfie stick for brides. Who needs a bouquet when you can sashay down the aisle with your blinged out selfie stick?

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