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Les...fortunate    Posted 11-14-2002 at 17:43:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
A woman I went to high school with died. She was 54. Obituary listed all her relatives: sister, brothers, kids, parents, etc., and her "spousal equivalent". How sentimental.

F14...I gotta know    Posted 11-15-2002 at 03:07:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
Did the 'spousal equivalent' come with batteries?

Les    Posted 11-15-2002 at 03:52:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
See reply over on Tales. The answer is "no", you dang Troll. How could you think such a thing.

Fawteen - Easy    Posted 11-15-2002 at 04:08:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
Years and years of practice... ":^)

BW    Posted 11-14-2002 at 18:44:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
Well it's may be just PC in action , or the "family" may not like the equivalent
Bill G.

Maggie/TX    Posted 11-14-2002 at 20:54:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
Bill, I think you may be right. "Spousal equivalent" sound pretty cold to me. I have seen it listed as "special friend" before but never spousal equivalent!

DeadCarp    Posted 11-15-2002 at 04:08:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
I wonder how many of those "special friends" ever get named ..... on second thought, i don't wanna know -- i don't think anybody does! :)

A wedding would be kinda boring anyway -

"Do you take this gal to be your lawful wedded wife?"


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