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New Commitment Test

Show you really love someone and will trust them all your life - through the expressive medium of crime
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Pah. Marriage sucks (excluding my own impending nuptuals due in 2019, which will feature pajamas and Elvis). It's all about religion and the transfer of property. What we need is a new way for couples to show their commitment and get lots of presents at the same time.

Therefore I would suggest that a couple who love each other should get together, do some planning, and rob a bank. Since (owing to the way the robbery will be carried out) one of them cannot be implicated without the other also taking blame and going to jail, they will have a common bond for the rest of their lives. And they will have lots of money to buy themselves neat stuff or curtains.

(NB: Of course, a simpler test would revolve around the ability to spell and use the words fiance/fiancee correctly.)

pottedstu, May 15 2002


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       One of my favo(u)rite movies is "Raising Arizona":

HI: What's the matter, Ed?
ED: My fai-ants left me.
VO: She said her fiance had run off with a student cosmetologist who knew how to ply her feminine wiles.
FLASH
On Hi's profile. He turns back to ED.
HI: That sumbitch.
thumbwax, May 15 2002
  

       Bonny and Clyde ended up riddled with guilt.
FarmerJohn, May 15 2002
  

       and bullets...
Sulla 's Ghost, May 15 2002
  


 

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