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In the city of Aceh in what is now known as the island of Sumatera Indonesia there was anambitious and vain man named Abu Hasan who worked hard to become a wealthy and importantbusinessman However the one thing that continued to elude him was to gain fame and importance inUnfortunately Abu Hasans wife was not what you would call a social butterfly and in her husbandseyes was the reason for him not gaining his expected place in societyI divorce you I divorce you I divorce you Abu Hasan invoked the Islamic law of divorce andunfeelingly rid himself of his social albatross Friends and family immediately paraded prospectivebrides in front of the rich mans door However none of them took his eyeTired of his friends hassling him and seeing a way to possibly gain prestige Abu Hasan talked to theold woman that made matches in the city He paid the old woman a lot of money The old womanfound him a match and he was married to a very popular young woman who was as beautiful as theFriends family and all the wealthy and important people from the Achenese social set were invitedto the wedding feast which was held in the most famous building in the city Of course there was noexpense spared by Abu Hasan in his desire to impress The whole room was feasting There were five different colours of rice Twenty different colours ofice cream Roasted goats were stuffed with three kinds of nuts - walnuts almonds and pistachios Abuffalo was roasted whole on a spit in the middle of the room Even by Acehs high standards thisThey all ate and drank and ate and drank and ate and drank some more Everyone was full andvery happy much to Abu Hasans delight When the bridesmaids showed the bride in her seven dresses to all the guests none could take theireyes off her she was so beautiful The grooms happiness continued to expand
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