The phrase is an excerpt from an old English rhyme, often abbreviated to the “4 Somethings,” despite the original version that recites a mostly-discarded final line: “Something olde/Something new/Something borrowed/Something blue/And a silver sixpence in her shoe.” Even in the year 2013, bethroned ...
women alike continue to preserve this oldie-but-goodie wedding tradition. Yet the question of why remains a mystery to most, so here’s to debunking tradition!
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