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Any married couples within your sixth form? watch

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    Just sitting here, pondering life. The thought occurred to me - it's quite possible for there to be a married couple within a sixth form, say, two 17 year olds getting married having been childhood sweethearts. My sixth form was quite big, and there weren't any, so was wondering if anyone had any experience of this? Like, would there be teacher as the wedding? If they were sat together in class chatting, would the teacher separate them? On the one hand the teacher could, but on the other hand, its very odd, the idea of someone else separating you from your wife/husband. Imagine the awkwardness in class if they got divorced?
    I'm not sure why I'm so intrigued by this - Monday Night Musings.
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    (Original post by miledd)
    Just sitting here, pondering life. The thought occurred to me - it's quite possible for there to be a married couple within a sixth form, say, two 17 year olds getting married having been childhood sweethearts. My sixth form was quite big, and there weren't any, so was wondering if anyone had any experience of this? Like, would there be teacher as the wedding? If they were sat together in class chatting, would the teacher separate them? On the one hand the teacher could, but on the other hand, its very odd, the idea of someone else separating you from your wife/husband. Imagine the awkwardness in class if they got divorced?
    I'm not sure why I'm so intrigued by this - Monday Night Musings.
    There were 2 people in my 6th form that were engaged i think or at least he proposed to her ... i don't know what happened after x)
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    (Original post by EastGuava)
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    whoops, you're right - sunday night.
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    I know a lot of married 17 year olds but none where both of the partners go to the same sixth form
    this is mainly cus its usually a 17 y/o girl marrying a 22 y/o guy
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    (Original post by ScarletXxXRose)
    this is mainly cus its usually a 17 y/o girl marrying a 22 y/o guy
    Sounds ideal.
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    My old best friend went to a college (not naming which in case some know her which is likely lol) and she got engaged within 3 months of meeting this guy. Apparently he sold something to get her a weird ring and then they told everyone that they broke up so that they could get married in peace.

    Not sure what's happened though, stopped communicating once her life seemed to get a little ****ed up from the engagement and her involvment in weird things.
 
 
 
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