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Marriage Is Like a Formal Dinner in Reverse

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Germans sometimes use a culinary metaphor for marriage, comparing the lifelong journey of marriage to a formal French or German dinner menu—except ...

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Steve Newland

January 29, 2013  10:03am

not helpful

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DC

December 27, 2012  5:53pm

Unique yet not universal

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Thomas John

December 27, 2012  10:48am

Very unique n creative perspective

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Blarf

December 26, 2012  9:18am

This was really rather stupid

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Dr.R

December 24, 2012  9:37am

Most of my congregation cannot comprehend such elaborate menus. Cute illustration but impractical for many congregations.

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