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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Yeah, that will lift her spirits

A husband's selfless act of love and compassion:
I know we are ripe for another wife. I know my first wife is in turmoil and dispair over the loss of our son. I believe a new sisterwife will help her.

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  1. did you post a comment over there? I tried. We'll see if he prints it. Probably not....

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  2. I went back and read two years worth of postings on that blog and reading between the lines shows a man who is both completely self-involved and totally deluded. What a tragic story - that poor woman is going to end up in prison after she shoots him and her new "sister-wife" dead one night.

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  3. I believe I may be in the same happy boat as the subject here. Not long ago the receptionist at an office I called on was, being only human after all, quite flirtatous with me and when I told my wife about it, saying, "I think she likes me," she responded by saying, "Tell her to try being married to you." Sisterwife, eh? I want to know more...

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  4. Lift her spirits? Nah, he's more interested in lifting her skirts. Who wants to bet he already has somebody in mind?

    Nothing helps a woman get over an emotional trauma and move through the grieving process like competitive matrimony.

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  5. General, sir, you are a never-ending font of fabulous, instructional websites. Bless you!

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  6. Here's another heart-warming story. What a thoughtful, loving husband!

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  7. Why can't my wife be more open minded and progressive? I see what she needs, but she just doesn't get it. Please pray for her, I'm afraid she suffers from the too much me, me, me syndrome, instead of the common good.

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  8. General, Sir:

    I don't know about no "sister wife", since I don't got no primary wife (sister, mother, daughter or elsewise) but I could get into some "sister date" action, big time--exspeshly they was both blond, with blue eyes and huge hearts.

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  9. I commented that perhaps his wife would find more solace in a well-hung brother-husband. Wonder why he deleted my post?

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  10. "Ramblings of a Plural Man" is one of the best parody blogs I've seen. Oh, wait...

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We'll try dumping haloscan and see how it works.