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Hilary Clinton - \"everyone's first wife\"

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12 years 3 months ago #30330 by Kalamari
Earlier in the year I read a number of articles with comments like;- the claim she (Hilary Clinton) looked like \"everyone's (sic) first wife\", http://timesonline.typepad.com/comment/2008/06/was-hillary-cli.html#comments .

As I've only had one wife, who I am sure is quite unique, I am unable to characterise a difference between 1st and subsequent wives. What is meant by this observation?

And, as I'm sure that there will be some ladies reading this, is there a person or character who represents \"everyones first husband\"? (I would nominate Gordon Brown, but what do I know!).

Have fun - Kalamari:lol:

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12 years 3 months ago #30341 by mrsnomore
Mine has as much charisma as David Brent. And as much grip on reality.

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12 years 3 months ago #30352 by stillalive
Thomas Wolfe referred in \" Bonfire of the Vanities\" to the NY first wifes as \"hig society ex-rays..sharp, mature in spirit, determined.. the one you build an empire with
the second wife he called lemon tarts.. the one to spend the empire with..
However the writer made a mistake.. with Hillary Clinton he should refer to former Wannabe-King now Ex-crownprince

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