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Wissmann Courtship

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Is the first comment from the Rebecca!!! of all the! exclamation! points?!!!

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Anyone know how old Rachel is? There looks like there might be a bit of an age difference there.

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I think she is about 30. He is already sporting some grey hair, wonder how old he is.

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Quick google search says 39. 'bout time(for a fundie that is)!

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Quick google search says 39. 'bout time(for a fundie that is)!

Wow,39! I thought Christopher M. was the longest living virgin fundie boy. No, this one won't come with ANY hangups living with mommy and daddy for 40 years. :shifty:

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I post on another forum that has a 64 yo male virgin fundy. He's still hoping to get married and raise kids. He changed to a mega church hoping for more single 'girls'. :roll:

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I post on another forum that has a 64 yo male virgin fundy. He's still hoping to get married and raise kids. He changed to a mega church hoping for more single 'girls'. :roll:

Yeah, he should be happy for a nice widow now. :doh:

DON'T tell Steve, Sarah needs someone better than that! :dance:

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He refuses to 'settle' for a widow, even a young one. He wants a virgin...he's a down right creepy dude.

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I was beginning to wonder if she would ever get married! She's so beautiful, finally some guy noticed it! I'm very happy for her.

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He refuses to 'settle' for a widow, even a young one. He wants a virgin...he's a down right creepy dude.

That is bizarre. Is he wealthy? :shifty: He might stand a chance if he is but otherwise no freaking way. If he was wealthy he'd probably already have found a virgin wife.

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Is the first comment from the Rebecca!!! of all the! exclamation! points?!!!
I'm thinking she must be but whoever she is I pray to jeebus someone lets them get some for real training if they decide to continue with their "cake decorating" business. :(
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I'm thinking she must be but whoever she is I pray to jeebus someone lets them get some for real training if they decide to continue with their "cake decorating" business. :(

No kidding!! I'm not a cake decorator and I could do better than those cakes!!

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He refuses to 'settle' for a widow, even a young one. He wants a virgin...he's a down right creepy dude.

Actually, the widow would be the one doing the settling.

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Getting back to Rachel W.--it's about time! He's sort of aged-looking and not particularly attractive, IMO, but hey, this is apparently the only way she can or will establish a life of her own.

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Wooooo! Someone finally went after Rachel W. She must be really happy. And her family probably is too!

He doesn't look that old. Maybe 34 35? Some men gray young. My dad started graying at 30. She's getting up there in years too though. She's 30 I believe. So it's probably not that big of an age difference.

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Yeah, he should be happy for a nice widow now. :doh:

DON'T tell Steve, Sarah needs someone better than that! :dance:

At that age, does the plumbing still work? If masturbation's a sin, how is he going to know? It's not like he wakes up with morning wood anymore (heard that is no longer much of a problem in the 50's). Does he have a stack of Viagara in his medicine cabinet waiting for that perfect virgin?

I'm squicked out just typing this.

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I'm happy for Rachel. She's in her 30s isn't she? I was losing hope she would get married.

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This comment: a little less than congratulatory?

Anonymous said...

Oh, Rachel. Even though I don't know you, I was hoping this wouldn't happen to you; that you wouldn't be like other girls. It's just, your family and lots of other people will miss your singing in the family CD's, and your enthusiasm and creativity with every cool project you Wissmann's come up with with. Sorry, but I'm sort of sad about this. *tear. I just can't help it!

2:51 PM

Wonder if that was from a family member...too bad whoever it is just can't be happy for her. Assuming, of course, that an arranged/courtship marriage with somebody ancient *can* go well... :?

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At that age, does the plumbing still work? If masturbation's a sin, how is he going to know? It's not like he wakes up with morning wood anymore (heard that is no longer much of a problem in the 50's). Does he have a stack of Viagara in his medicine cabinet waiting for that perfect virgin?

I'm squicked out just typing this.

Know a 33 year old virgin (well, not any longer!) guy whose first baby just arrived. Guess it all still works. But ew- now I'm sqicking myself out. Pass the brain bleach!

And to completely thread-jack, it just makes me blue. It isn't fair that a 35 year old girl is practically out of luck to ever have children but a 35 year old guy can just marry someone ten plus years younger and still have children. :crying-green: Some big sighs from me today.

I hope these two don't have any problems having children if that's their wish. There now I brought it back on topic. (even though I had to edit it four- gah! make that five- times because I can't seem to spell today.)

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