What is a wedding from the point of view of childrenBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/what-is-a-wedding-from-the-point-of-view-of-children
"Marriage is when you walk the girl to her walk, and never return to her parents". Yarik, 6 years
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WHAT IS a WEDDING from the point of view of children:
"When people love each other, they kiss all the time. But then they get tired of kissing, and what they should do? Then they marry." Dasha, 8 years
HOW TO CHOOSE A HUSBAND OR WIFE?
"It is necessary that she loved the same as you. For example, you love football, and the wife keeps in the house was always chips and what to dip". Alex, 9 years old
"Mom says I'll meet a smart and kind guy... But I'm probably just going to choose the highest and blue eyes". Milan, 7 years
THE BEST AGE FOR MARRIAGE?
"About 75. When you so many years, can not work all the time to stay in bed and love each other." Anya, 8 years old
"Well, that's the garden finished — and I'll look for a wife." Nikita, 5 years
WHAT IF THE DATE WAS BORING?
"Next time call another boy. Because I'm never bored, even when Anton plays robots in my house. It's probably just the love... Oh!" Arina, age 6
"I'd run and hid under the bed. And I would call on TV they announced that I died." Gordey, 9 years old
WHEN CAN I START KISSING?
"You can't kiss the girl until you save up the money for the ring. I still have 20 rubles is not enough." Arseny, 7 years
"The main thing — not to kiss on people. If someone sees, you can stand in the corner all cartoons. But if no one is looking, I would kiss a cute boy. Not long, a few hours". Nastya, 6 years old
HOW DID YOU MEET YOUR PARENTS?
"They were together. And then we met at the Museum." Bogdan, 6 years
"In College, dad asked mom to help him with his homework. Mom agreed, and then learned that dad was much smarter than he pretended to be". Jack, 7 years
THE SECRET TO A HAPPY FAMILY?
"We need to tell the wife that she is beautiful, even if in the morning it seems that her bites bees". Misha, 8 years
"My mother shares with my dad his food, and he asks". Tanya, age 6
BETTER TO BE SINGLE OR MARRIED?
"Girls — lonely-boys — married. They also need to have someone behind them cleaned". Irisha, age 6
"I even got a headache. I'm a child. I used to think about it". Ilya, 9 years old