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I was wondering where to post this query.im not sure but just put here..as wedding is part of entertainment...

Just a little intro bf querying:wedding culture has been a global trend where people have been importing the wedding customs ...to make the BIG DAY..looks wow!..I have seen the newly-web or sorry newly-wed game(shoe game) custom adapted to many wedding todays' ... just curios searching for its origin!Does this originate from a religious or non-religious source?

Does anyone have experience of newly-wed game on jehovas witness wedding.....

Sorry if this doesnt fall here...

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Here is what explain how the game goes...

The Newlywed Game: Prior to the wedding, the bride and groom should each answer a set of questions separately. These questions might include; "Where was your first date?" or "Who said 'I love you' first?" At the wedding, the couple will be given the cards (that the maid of honor and/or best man should make prior to the wedding) with their answers on them. The Master of Ceremony will ask the questions, and the couple will provide the answers.

The shoe game- latest version of The Newlywed Game, but the questions are much different. The bride and groom will take their places in the center of the dance floor and stand back to back. They will take off their shoes and the bride will hold one of her shoes in her right hand and one of the groom's shoes in her left hand. The groom will hold the bride's shoe in his left hand and his own shoe in his right hand. The Master of Ceremony will ask such questions as, "Who is the messiest? Who handles the money?" and "Who snores the loudest?" The couples will answer the question by raising the appropriate shoe.

I am interested with the origin customs related to the game so hope this goes to chit-chat as you said..

Sorry again,

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