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Author Name: Freeramonathompson 1 Comments
Date Added: April 27, 2007 17:04:49 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Will You Marry Me?

Here's the deal.... I am sick of being single so you find a site where a legal wedding can be performed online, hit me back with the link, we get hitched, get to know each other, and take it from there.

If it works, it works. If not then at least we gave it a try.

I know it sounds nuts but what the hell it's better then not trying for it at all.

The above is a real e-mail that I recently got. So I thought that I would include it in my research.

1. What would you do if you an e-mail like this?

A. Delete it

B. Reply to it

C. Forward it to a friend to see

D. Both B and C


2. What would be your first impression of the e-mail's sender?

3. Would you ever send an e-mail like this yourself? Why or why not?

4. Do you think this e-mail and its sender are real or just a very clever hoax?

5. Do you believe you or anyone you know would ever wanna get married this
way? Why or why not?

6.Do you believe the sender will really go through with their wedding plans?
Why or why not?

7. How long do you believe a marriage like this could last and why?

8. How do you believe any children resulting from this kind of marriage will
turn out and why?

9. What do you believe the love-making would be like in a marriage like this?
  
 


  

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Comment By: FreeMichelle on April 28, 2007 10:37:01 AM Report
If you know the sender, then that changes things up a bit. If you do not, I would be suspisious of how they came across your e-mail address. I don't think there is anything truly clever about it, but it nonetheless may be a hoax.

Sometimes people simply get desperate, its understandable-- but not many would go to this level.

If all was to go through, and this weren't to be a hoax, I believe it would be awkward for quite some time. Along the lines of,

-"Hello husband/wife"

-"Oh, right."

Technically, you can always learn to love someone, so the children can go either way, and as can the love-making. Also, if the proper love and trust level is reached, it doesn't matter how it happened--whether it be through the internet, or in front of your friends and loved ones, all that matters is that you found the right person. In that case, the marriage can last a life-time. Either way, its truly a long shot.





 


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