Why Do Women Ask Men to Marry Them on Leap Year?

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Traditionally, women proposed to men on the leap year after women complained that at times they would wait for so long without getting a proposal. St. Bridget made the complaint to St. Patrick who instructed that women be allowed to propose to men on the 29th of February every leap year.
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In the English-speaking world, it is a tradition that women may
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When a man proposes, he kneels because it means that he is being submissive or surrendering his feelings to a woman. It also shows respect & chivalry & loyalty like a knight
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There are two stories I've heard re: the tradition of women proposing to men on Leap Day. In the Irish Celtic tradition, St Bridget made a deal with St Patrick to allow women to propose
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I'm glad I saw this because I'd like to set the record straight. As far as I can tell men don't mind being asked out by girls. As a result, asking men out is generally a good strategy
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