Thank you for reminding me of another set of weasel words!
There is no deal that I am aware of which dictates the clothing that a person might wear.
Is it a deal breaker for men if their wives cut their hair, stop wearing makeup and dresses, and start wearing jeans and t-shirts?
What is the deal? Where is it written?
It’s another weaponised phrase – an insult cast as a statement of being victimised.
The deal is love, to my mind.
Do you feel love for the person or not?
The presentation has a lot to do with attraction, but a poorly wrapped present may contain an exciting gift – or, if from a child, for example, it may be a gift full of love, created with a genuine and innocent sense of “Daddy will really love this”.
I think of the phrase “Never judge a book by its cover.”
People are like icebergs.
There’s the bit you see, then there’s a huge amount underneath that you might never see, because of the depth.
When you marry, the deal is that you everything, including the bits you don’t like so much.