Dating a welshman
Welsh "love spoons" date back to the early 17th century, and were designed to be made out of a single piece of wood to demonstrate the carver's prowess. There was a language to these love spoons: Flowers, hearts and locks and keys were pretty self-explanatory, but a wheel meant "I will work for you," while putting a twist in the wood meant "togetherness 4ever." (You can still get these at tourist places in Wales, though they're vastly inferior.) If you were more practical, you could whittle your love a knitting sheath for her needles instead — with all the implications therein.
While women in ancient Greece and Rome had little to no say in choosing their husbands, the process by which their guardians selected one was probably quite entertaining for them.
But it's important to remember that taking a girl to a drive-in movie and sharing a milkshake on the way home, (while it might seem charmingly complicated and puritan to us), is actually pretty damn daring when you look at the history of dating and courtship.
A woman is in a critical condition in hospital following a crash near Calbourne yesterday (Monday).
If that is the case, though, it will likely involve a sale to a club outside the Premier League.
Real had long believed they could go to Manchester United and offer them Bale for an easy deal, but sources have told that the Old Trafford hierarchy now have “close to zero interest in Bale”.
Medieval romantic tradition, for instance, was dominated by courtly love, which required men to poetically idealize ladies who were completely inaccessible or out of their league (which usually meant either "married" or "dead").
They'd express their abject servitude to their lady at great length, and enjoy the dramas of an impossible love, without actually requiring anybody to do anything.As it is, the only club interested at the current prices are the newly wealthy Inter Milan, who have a long-standing interest in Bale ever since his name-making performances against them in the Champions League in 2010-11.