Harold & Maude, Eat Your Heart Out

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In Malaysia, a 104-year-old woman recently wed a 33-year-old man. This was the woman's 21st marriage, and the man's first.

While some may say that a 71-year age gap might be a bit much between spouses, the marriage rests on a solid foundation. The man reported that what began as friendship and mutual respect gradually blossomed into love.

Though men in Islamic Malaysia are allowed to marry up to four wives at a time, women are allowed only one husband, and it's rare for women to wed more than once. There's no word as to whether any of the bride's former husbands are still living.

The groom pointed out that since his new wife was poor, he certainly wasn't a gold-digger.

At first drawn to befriend the woman out of sympathy because she was childless, old, and alone, Muhamad Noor Che Musa soon found himself wanting to spend more time with bride-to-be Wook Kundor. It's the oldest story in the world--boy meets girl old enough to be his great-grandmother, boy falls in love, wedding bells ensue.

Personally, I say, you go, girl. I hope I can find a hot 33-year-old when I'm 104.

Read more about the happy couple.


Posted by wizeGurl on 2006-05-05 19:16:47
Ooh, a picture of the happy couple!
21 marriages?
Posted by Pile on 2006-05-05 19:55:09
That's like a marriage every 4 years for this woman's entire life. That seems a bit excessive...
Posted by wizeGurl on 2006-05-19 23:39:12
But just look how youthful and sexy it kept her.


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