Where di you meet your spouse?

@lady1993 (21871)
April 1, 2010 10:11pm CST
really..where did you meet your husband or wife..some of them meet in really weird places like..market- in the meat section, a concert, birthday party, weddings [ i love those] and different places....my parents didn't really meet- they were pen pal and wrote letters to each other for 2 years... :D] what about you?
4 responses
• Singapore
18 Apr 10
the first time i met my partner was when we studied in university in a foreign country both of us came from different country also , so when we meet each other parent they can not speak our local language so we can not understand each other ,just by translation .
• Philippines
2 Apr 10
My husband and I met on the street. LOL. backstory: he was introduced to me by a friend, but it was only through text. we spoke for months on the phone but never had the chance to see each other physically. until one day, without any planning at all, I was waiting for my friend near a bus terminal and out of nowehere, this guy passes right by me. I felt I knew him but I just could not place it. when my friend arrived, turns out he was the guy I had spoken on the phone for months. that was 8 years ago, and now we're 3 months married.
@maximax8 (30121)
• United Kingdom
2 Apr 10
I was traveling around the world when I was 20 to 21 years old. I had worked in Cains and then my job had ended. I had decided to travel back to lovely Sydney. I got a special price on a train ticket from Cains to Brisbane. Then I had intended to travel on another train ticket to Sydney. The train from Cains to Brisbane took 36 hours. I had been on the train for a whole day. I decided to go to the club loco car on the train. There I met a gorgeous looking Australian man. He and I got chatting. We had found that we had a lot in common. I went back to my seat for the night and he went back to his seat. In the morning the train stopped for a long while at a train station so passengers were getting off to walk along the platform. I saw the man and we got chatting again. I told him the passenger who had been sitting next to me had got to her destination. So when the train was moving again he came and sat next to me. We chatted all day and it was so very interesting. He invited me to stay a few days with him and his friends. I took up that offer. He and I fell in love. I stayed in Brisbane for a while with him. We got on so very well. I did pop back down to Sydney for a little time. Then I came back to Brisbane to be with him. We traveled up to Queensland coast for Christmas with two of his friends. We went to stay with his uncle in Cains. We had a wonderful time together and it was sad to leave. I had to go on to Darwin before my working holiday visa ended. My next stop was Singapore and I went over to Sumatra. Then I traveled through Malaysia. I got sick there and fell down an open drain. I badly injured my leg doing that. I came home and he saved up to come over to my home country. We got engaged and then married. We had our honeymoon in Venice. Our baby son was born. It was sad that our marriage lasted six years and then we got divorced. He lives in Asia and works as an English as a foreign language teacher these days. I live in my home country.
• United States
2 Apr 10
well i honestly i never met my husband on a bus,a taxi,at the market,at the store,a part,a club etc...i had met my husband online..through the internet...in a online social site...we dated for six months and then we got married..