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    $5 For Nagging Prenup Doesn't Save Marriage

    <i>Sally Erickson and David Renzie thought they had the secret to marital bliss. But the eccentric list of demands outlined in their prenuptial agreement, which included mandatory backrubs and a $5 fee for nagging, still couldn't save their marriage.

    Now Erickson, 61, is suing Renzie, 62, for allegedly divorcing her in secret more than two years ago, according to Seminole County court records.

    Before saying 'I do' in 2001, the Florida couple agreed to a quirky prenuptial agreement. Erickson, a mental-health counselor, promised to cook breakfast a minimum of three times during the weekdays, and once on the weekends, according to the document...</i> <a href="http://apnews.myway.com/article/20060104/D8EU3L4G0.html">Entire Story</a>

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    Re: $5 For Nagging Prenup Doesn't Save Marriage

    Marriage is a funny thing...

    We've been married for 15 years, together for 22 years (high school sweethearts!), and I wouldn't trade my dh for anything! I tell him that he should give courses in 'How to be a Great Husband'.

    We joke that our house is divorce free because we have a deal that whoever leaves has to take the kids with him/her...so neither one of us will be going anywhere!

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