Just saw these wedding photos in Aboriginal clothing. They look amazing.
Cool outfits. I wonder if those are blue magpie feathers.
If they are not plastic knock-offs then they are definitely magpie tail feathers.
The native peoples of the world always seem to have the most elaborate traditional garb.
Traditional Taiwanese clothing is T shirts with really weird English phrase… like asdasdad
Either a short or pant, depending on weather.
A blue/white sandal.
I like the cinnamon stick in his ear!
Your posts always blow my mind.
As long as it’s only your mind that’s blown I’m good!
Hahaha. Actually, I meant @hansioux
My home town:
My dad’s the guy in the blue shirt watching.
Yikes, men dressed as girls!
Are you one of the dancers?
No. They were going to dance at my wedding but pulled out at the last minute. Their official reason was that I was born in Oxford, not Abingdon, but I think there may have been something else behind it. I was quite pleased they didn’t come, to be honest. Didn’t fancy a bunch of beardies drinking all the booze.
How rude. But I guess it worked out anyway.
Apparently my grandpa on my father’s side could do that kicking dance the Slavs are known for. Cossack dancing. But I never saw it, myself. He was in his 70s by the time I started retaining memories, so hitting that deep of squat and hopping around for my entertainment was surely out of the question.
Whoa…do you know Radiohead?
I didn’t go to Abingdon School. Saw them out a couple of times. The lead singer of the Inspiral Carpets went to.my school.
I always thought they were from Manchester.
Heh heh. Tom picked up a northern accent very quickly.
I love the way this gets filed under Traditional Taiwanese Clothing, not to mention the morris dancers
No wonder, people would have asked ‘who’s the bride’?