We had an American wedding
Now what's mine is yours, that's American law
It’s the American family way to share everything with your spouse, and this creed seems a bit too stern and old fashioned for these passionate teenagers, but they try to embrace it anyway. They are parroting what their parents have told them about love because they believe that they are experiencing it. The only way they know to prove that their love is real (to themselves and to the world) is to profess it through ideas like traditional marriage, which are actually totally foreign to them.
Of course, this is later repeated during the divorce, when giving up your things equally takes on a nasty, petty tone. If you’re aware of this, you’d get a prenuptial agreement like Yeezy warns you to).
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