Internet Marriage

I do not know how to begin this. It is a story about a fifty five year old man falling in love with a woman who is twenty years younger than him. First, I am wondering if that is possible or not! However, the experience is somehow strange and a bit complicated. It started on the internet. The internet and what will make you know the internet! They say it is a double edged weapon. It can cut both ways. Of course, you know what I am trying to say.

They were a teacher and a student. Suddenly it became something else. He gave her more time on Skype compared to the other students whom he had on his Skype list. The flame of love increased and he knew that it was not about teaching at all. The longing and passion during their sessions were obvious at least from his side. She was in another country and in another continent. It took several hours to fly there but he decided to meet her. To make the story short, they met. Her family was delighted and happy and at once the marriage took place.  

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  • In my personal opinion, there is no rule which says that you cannot use Internet to find your second half and fall in love. There is no rule which says that you cannot love man or woman who is 20 years younger than you. As long as you love each other trully noone has right to stop you from getting married if this is what you really want. Love usually comes when you least expect it and you have no power over it. Well... this is what I think. Thank you.

    • Dobry Ewelina Gawryl, yi Vitamy! I like your nice analysis, my dear good teacher. As long as there is no rule to govern the matter, you have the option to do what you intend to do. I guess, your analysis depends on breakthroughs. I mean if there is no specific constitution, people take the advantage of that. In your opinion, it is quite logical. I really hope to be one of your friends. Thanks for your nice comment on Internet Marriage.

  • Thanks, Joana for pressing the like button. Is it possible to add me to the list of your friends? 

  • Swagaat hain Shunshine! You are most welcome my dear good friend. Thanks for liking, that blog, Internet Marriage.  

  • Its really wonderful story dara sir thanks for sharing

    • Terima kasih banyak Sunshine. Thanks for your nice comment and sorry for the late reply.

  • Oops! Robinoz, is it possible to be one of your friends? I forgot to ask you. Thanks again.

  • Dear Robinoz, let's raise the thumb's up sign for your great and faithful lady, to begin with. Your comment reminds me of that theory which says, what is founded on null and void will be worthless.

    I also agree that the rates of the divorces from interracial or international marriages do not seem to change according to the falling in love background. By the way Rob, I like those two words which you used. They seem somehow harmonic or symmetrical. Once more, my greetings to the faithful woman who stood behind you sharing those years. Thanks, Robinoz for your comment on Internet Marriage.

  • Marriage always has a risk of failure as the divorce rates indicate. Divorce rates from marriages that are interracial, intergenerational, or resulting from agreement versus "falling in love" don't seem to change a great deal. 

    Either two people are compatible and remain compatible as life proceeds, or they aren't.

    I'm heading towards my 46th year of marriage to the woman with whom I fell in love 48 years ago. I was fortunate, she made a good choice when I asked her to marry me. (Lol).

  • Thanmirth atas atas Halima! By the way, Halima I said that our women wear their saries like you. I wonder whether Sudanese tribes went to Algeria or vice versa. All and all, thanks for your nice comment on the internet marriage. 

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