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A woman from New York married ten different men from that city, yet she did not break any laws. None of these men died, and she never divorced. How was this possible?

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she was a priest or whatever person performs wedding services at a church or wedding

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Or you could say she married men FROM New York, but that did not take place necessarily in the U.S. - maybe a country or territory that allows polyandry.

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Unreality got it

i think ive heard this one brfore?

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she was a little girl playing a pretend game where she got married?

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she is an actress ... and the event was on stage (or movie) in which the show was about another culture that supports polygamy.

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She was a priest, had a sex change, before the sex change she married 5 gay couples.

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i think its most likely that she was a priest

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Is she an actor???

She could be doing dramas in some theatre??

\m/

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A woman from New York married ten different men from that city, yet she did not break any laws. None of these men died, and she never divorced. How was this possible?

The answere is simple the woman is a Justice of the Peace.

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she is an actress ... and the event was on stage (or movie) in which the show was about a another culture that supports polygamy.

Actually, as Jackie_Chan said: it's polyandry when a woman marries more than one man. Polygamy is only where a man marries more than one woman.

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Actually, as Jackie_Chan said: it's polyandry when a woman marries more than one man. Polygamy is only where a man marries more than one woman.

And her's another quote

Groucho: “Well whadaya say girls? Are we all gonna get married?

Woman: “All of us? But that’s bigamy!”

Groucho: “Yes, and it’s big-a-me too.”

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The woman was the priest person who marries the man to the woman, so of course she did not break any laws. -_-

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she could be married to one man who has 10 different personalties

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maybe she was the mayor and married 10 couples

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A CRAZY FEW NIGHTS IN VEGAS!!!!!!!! LOL. :lol:

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A woman from New York married ten different men from that city, yet she did not break any laws. None of these men died, and she never divorced. How was this possible?

Because she was a minister of some kind! :P

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She was a Justice of the Peace, and performed marriage ceremonies for 10 men and their respective brides.

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Is she an actor???

She could be doing dramas in some theatre??

\m/

She had to be a priest

Edited by Aurora116
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did we get it right?

;):lol:

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She married a guy named 'Tendiffer Entmen"

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i have 2 ideas either:

1. shes a priest

2.she went to different places or countries

i believe the 1st one though

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