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Hi! What is " a WAGS wedding"? I can not understand " WAGS". Thanks in advance!It can't be easy planning a WAGS wedding the same summer that Wayne and Coleen are staging their own multi-million-pound nuptials.
But Rooney's fellow England star Joe Cole and fiancée Carly Zucker are determined their big day remains in the premier league.
Snowcake, thanks a lot for your help and encouragement. Your English is very cool.
It has a connotation that the wedding was expensive, over-the-top fancy, and somewhat vulgar [unsophisticated].
Glad to "see" you again. Does it refer to the to-be groom who is footballer here too? How do I pronounce it? wag-s? Can I say " the clothes is "WAGS"?
Please just take your time. Thanks in advance! Good night there.
Last edited by Anglika; 12-May-2008 at 02:42.
Hi - "WAGS" is pronounced just like the verb wags.
What do you mean = "Does it refer to...."?
I haven't yet seen WAGS used as an adjective to describe clothes, but that isn't any reason why it won't be. It is being used to imply that a great deal of money is spent on showy goods, so you see references to a WAGS lifestyle - all show and no substance.
Thank you so much, Anglika. Have a good dream!
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