Courtship dating lyics
There is a reference in the London Company of Stationers' Register of 1580 to "A Moste Strange Weddinge of the Frogge and the Mouse." There are many texts of the ballad; however the oldest known musical version is in Thomas Ravenscroft's Melismata in 1611. She is willing but must ask permission of Uncle Rat.
In other versions such as "King Kong Kitchie Kitchie Ki-Me-O" by Chubby Parker, Frog fights and kills Miss Mouse's other suitors (an owl, bat and bumblebee) after they interrupt his proposal.
Alisha, from San Antonio, TX, had an ex take that approach—and it worked.
“We were telling stories, joking and laughing together. Then my ex pulled me aside and asked me if we could give things another try.
And if she responds with an "Ew, WTF," proceed to step two. He wasn't pushy about getting back together, which would have been a red flag in my eyes.” 3. Then, if the date is going well and she seems to be warming up (you know, read the signs) say you want her back.
Vulnerability on your part might improve your odds of a second chance; don’t just rip the Band-Aids off old wound.
“She doesn’t need to hear about the bad dates you went on,” says Spira,“ or about your conquests either.” Would you want to hear about the guys who took your place? Chocolates, cards and flowers (sent to her office so all her co-workers can get green with envy) are time-honored clichés for a reason: They kind of work. You can learn something here: You have got to step it up and have a plan for the relationship. No woman will rekindle a romance that’s not moving her forward…at least a little bit.
Uncle Rat's permission received, the two work out details of the wedding.
Some versions end with a cat, snake or other creature devouring the couple and wedding guests.
“Open your heart and see how she reacts,” Spira says.
“You don’t need to talk about everything that went wrong in the relationship.