Dating and marriage customs in argentina
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If in a dating relationship - is it customary for the guy to pay for dates he is not interested in going to - like the girl's family members birthday parties at expensive restaurants all the time? In Chile dating is called "Pololeando" mi "polola" is girlfriend "pololo" is boyfriend...
For another, among those tribes and nations who were constantly at war with each other, there would inevitably be a scarcity of men in proportion to the women.
And even though the women of the conquered foe were usually considered among the spoils of war, more were killed in the bloody battles than were dragged off as unwilling mates of the victors.
In communities where men were scarce, a woman would try to hold the affections of one man to be assured of his protection and a constant supply of food.
The party-goers, usually young and single, pay between and for tickets, which are in high demand.
The faux-wedding-goers receive a video that tells the backstory of the “couple,” and they’re usually in for some kind of drama.
I dated a local Chilean in Puerto Varas and Concepcion, Chile.
We met in Puerto Varas, dated there, and moved together to Concepcion.
At one event, the bride abandoned the groom before they could “tie the knot,” leaving him to drown his sorrows at the open bar; in another, the groom confessed he was in love with a man in the audience, which turned the affair into a gay wedding.