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Dear Duana, My brother Fred’s alcoholic ex-wife abandoned him and his sons three years ago.
Now, he’d like to find The One, but obviously he won’t look in bars, and he lacks time to sort through endless profiles. Betsy Dear Betsy, When Minnesotans Dave and Elizabeth Weinlick wed, their marriage was normal, except for one teeny thing: Dave had his *friends* choose the bride —reasoning that they would be better judges of his wants and needs than he himself—and he and Elizabeth spoke for all of five minutes pre-Vows.
For instance, when Canadian college students were asked to predict how long their current relationship would last, they often couldn’t discern between a Flame and a Fling. Women everywhere are keenly attuned to, and desirous of, signs of men’s willingness to Commit.
And few acts communicate the sincere if unusual readiness to wed quite like a guy who is having his sister conduct a full-on Search for Mrs. That said, Dave Weinlick had something you don’t: Publicity.
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