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i thought that every boy would marry his mother in future

vic
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until recently (I'm 12) I thought there was only one ring (per spouse) I thought the bride gave the ring back to the groom and he gave his back so they could symbolically put them on each others fingers. I now know theres the engagement ring and the wedding ring.

Anon
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my brother told me he diddnt want to get married when he was about 6 or 7. i told him men had to get married and he believed me for a year until he asked my mom why men had to get married

Anon
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when i was young i believed that after ppl got married in some time a baby appeared out of
nowhere for them to keep.

libyh
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i used to believe that if you married someone older than you they would die before you

anna k
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when I was young,I used to believe that the young ones themselves come after two years of mariage.

sats
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i always thought i was supposed to get married to Oscar from kindergarten, because for the little play that we had, i was cinderella and he was the prince.
(no kissing in the making of the play. ew.)

vanessa
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I used to believe that you had to be the sameage a some-one to marry them. If you weren't and got married, then you would go to jail.

After awgile I got that out of my head and up popped anew idea. A Husband was always older than the wife. Then I heard the meaning of the word toy-boy.....

Oh Dear!!! {:(
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When i was young and watched a movie or TV program where two character were to be married, and at the last minute they'd call it off or get stranded at the altar—since this was quite common—i logically concluded that marriage on TV must be the real deal, and if one didn't really, really, really want to marry their costar, the wedding would have to be called off. Little did i know—drama is the key to captivating television.

Janine
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When I was young, I used to believe people could only marry other people they love and were born on the exact same day as themselves. It had me a little worried how I would find someone like that.

Ine
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I used to believe that you went to this Indian ceremony and you would dance until you danced with your soul mat and when you did you heard a christmas song.

Anon
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I (And both of my sisters) married my father at age 6 in the corrider of our home and I found this acceptable..Oh good days of Oblivion

Mrs.My Own last name
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i used to believe all girls were really princesses and one day our prince would come and marry us. i wish it was that easy because real love stories dont have happy endings because real love doesnt end.

Lisa Graham
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I used to think that once you get married life would be happy ever after, and that Prince Charming really did exist.

raceystacy
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When I was little I was afraid to get married. I thought that if you were to get married you would get pregnant [if you were a girl of course].I'm not good when it comes to pain, no one is. But I was paranoid.

Andrea
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When my younger brother was little he reguarly told my mum that he wanted to marry her. So would that mean my mum would be my sister-in-law or my brother would be my step dad?

J
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My Parents got divoreced when I was 2 they never told me about marriage that both parents lived together I just always thought married couples lived across town and had boyfriends and grilfriend and eveyweekend dad got the kids well when i was almost 5 I went to my friends house both her parents were there I later asked my mom do people that get divorced have to live with eachother as punishment n married couples get live seperate from oneanother with there grilfriends and boyfriends needless to say I got told the truth it was kinda sad

Merona
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I used to believe that marrying a non-white women is bad because they would not have babies.

Jorge
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I thought the only reason you get married the only reason is because you were so sick of getting asked to go out from a far distance , and that you were sick of that person . I didn't understand until now . But I believe that because my mom and dad always agrue and after there done they say "ohh , I'm sick of him/her.

azhip
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i grew up watching ppl thankin god after a couple was blessed wid a baby...i nvr cud relate the connection between marriage n god n kid...i used to bemused wid how come an invisible god comes to know bout marriages n blesses ppl wid kids n sometimes even before marriage...

Rachs
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