Tu sors, je sors

"The name ‘Tu sors, je sors’ means if you are unfaithful to me I’m not going to restrain myself either. With these words the newlywed wife warns her husband about future escapades.

In Togo the pattern is always bought by the woman herself in order to spread the word. The pattern became popular in 1983, particularly in Ivory Coast, and has sold very well over many years. In the nineties the pattern was removed from the line, but in around 2007 it acquired a second life and is now being produced again."

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