It would be fantastic if those were his exes' names though you were right to think it is unlikely that anyone would splash their exes' names in a public forum.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Just to reassure you, aachu - I have in real life been married only twice. My current wife (whose name escapes me at the moment) and I remain on friendly terms with my first wife and her t
ps. My surname really is Webb.
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Oh, I thought lac/lakh was an English word used in Britain. I thought it came to India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh via the British, who colonized the region between 1857-1947 . I stand corrected-It's not a British word but a local word for a tenth of a million.
[Hope, 'I stand corrected' is an appropriate phrase/idiom here]
Nice to know your real surname and to know something about your life. Wish you a wonderful life, 5jj.
Yes, she can. It's quite straightforward to do.
I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....
Hi there, we all know that it is a must to change our last name when we get married. When you see in all other parts of the world, we have a maiden name, it symbolizes our surname when we are not yet married. Also the last name should be change because it is a prove that you are no longer single and as the message says. You are now one, so therefore if you're husbands last name is Mr.Brown, you will now be Mrs.Brown.
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'...we all know that it is a must to change our last name when we get married' - Oh yeah?
(Perhaps you don't understand the idiom 'it is a must'. )