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    looking for an idiom

    is there an idiom, proverb or the like that implies or advises that the bride should match the groom (or the other way round) in age and social and economic status?

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    Re: looking for an idiom

    I'll look for one,but nothing comes to mind, but it's still early in the morning. -)

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    Re: looking for an idiom

    When will you wake up, Snow White?

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    Re: looking for an idiom

    Probably not until a frog kisses me. However, I still can't think of an idiom for this.

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    Re: looking for an idiom

    Sleep tight. Don't let the bedbug bite, Sleeping Beauty.

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    Re: looking for an idiom

    Are we cruising Disney here? Welcome back young lady!!!!

    Wasn't it something about kettle and lid? Jedes Toepfchen hat sein Deckelchen?

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    Re: looking for an idiom

    How are you doing? Nomica!

    I wasn't cursing Disney!

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    Re: looking for an idiom

    Good morning - try "cruising Disney".
    Meow

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    Where's your sense of humor! Whoof whoof!

    LOVE YA!

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    Re: looking for an idiom

    No woof - meo w!!!!

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