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Mother-in-Law

Category:Trick
Submitted By:cocoasexy
Fun:*** (2.43)
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Can a man legally marry his brother's wife's mother-in-law?

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Comments on this teaser


Posted by lauramarie07/23/03
I don't think this is a trick!

Posted by dakini07/23/03
Actually, it is, because instead of just coming out and saying can a man marrry his mother, or even saying can a man marry his brother's mother, he/she kind of cunfuses the question by going the long way around it. Nice teaser, pretty easy, but I enjoyed it.

Posted by nickadeemus07/24/03
true, but if you use common sense to get though each step, there's not much trick involved.

Posted by Jessicag07/30/03
He can If he's a celebrant -If his mum was unmarried to begin with or divorced or widowed- he can marry his mum to someone.

Posted by luvupurple07/31/03
Ya you are so right! Cool!

Posted by froggygg04/30/05
I agree. The man could marry his mom to someone if he had the authority to perform marriage ceramonies. So, he would be marrying his mom - but to someone else! :D

Posted by kittykatkate9605/30/05
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Posted by kittykatkate9605/30/05
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Posted by Steve197309/19/05
Of course, in todays world, there is always this possibility: He was born, and his parents got divorced. His Dad remaried, and had another son -- his brother. His Brother's mother is NOT his mother, so once Dad leaves the picture with another divorce or what-not, he COULD marry her. :P

Posted by Atropus05/03/06
Yes.. but if that were the case then the teaser would have said "half brother" not brother ^_^ ... or would it ^_^

Posted by snoopunicorn03/24/07
actually if the guy was atracted to his mom.....it could work.....EEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW haha :D

Posted by flowers223403/09/08
HAHA. i love this teaser :lol:

Posted by luckylefty03/27/08
He can't legally marry anyone else if he's already, married :lol:




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