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    If a state allows both gay marriage and polygamy, what do you call your wife's wife?

    Your wife in law?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalWounds View Post
    If a state allows both gay marriage and polygamy, what do you call your wife's wife?

    Your wife in law?
    I think the term is sister-wife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terian View Post
    I think the term is sister-wife.
    No way...

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    1- Do I want to spend some more money and go a bit more in debt to my future self to get officialy certified in teaching English as a Second language? Where would I chose to go and work then? What new language and culture sounds the most fun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terian View Post
    I think the term is sister-wife.
    I thought that was when inbred rednecks married their sisters...
    I guess you learn a new fascinating thing about American culture every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    I thought that was when inbred rednecks married their sisters...
    I guess you learn a new fascinating thing about American culture every day.
    ...but unless I misremember, "sister-son" is a construction handed down from the Norse.

    Those wacky Normans...!

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    Normans are French. Normandy? Oh you mean Sub is wacky. Of course he is!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Normans are French.
    Normans are French NOW, sure. But there was a time when they spoke their French with a Svedish accent.

    But of course, my whole point was to point the comment back at the sub, so you're correct in that sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    Normans are French NOW, sure. But there was a time when they spoke their French with a Svedish accent.

    But of course, my whole point was to point the comment back at the sub, so you're correct in that sense.
    The Norse were terrorizing Byzantium around 1000, and were destroyed by Greek fire. I suppose that the Gauls were also victims, earlier no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
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