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    Hi. Is there an idiom or a phrase that expresses;
    An extremely lucky person who doesn't deserve being married to his or her spouse.
    (Usually one or the other isn't attractive)
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by celtaflorida View Post
    Hi. Is there an idiom or a phrase that expresses;
    An extremely lucky person who doesn't deserve being married to his or her spouse.
    (Usually one or the other isn't attractive)
    Thanks.
    No, not to my knowledge, I'm glad to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by celtaflorida View Post
    Hi. Is there an idiom or a phrase that expresses;
    An extremely lucky person who doesn't deserve being married to his or her spouse.
    (Usually one or the other isn't attractive)
    My wife?
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