- Love is a beautiful thing and a 56-year-old woman says she will continue to find her true love despite having been married 10 times
- Cassey is in her 10th marriage which she will be ending soon, after which she will try her luck again
- According to the woman, she does not care how many times she has to get married until she finds true love
A woman from the United States simply identified as Cassey has been married 10 times and she says she is determined to find the right partner. She added that she does not care how many weddings it takes to achieve this.
Cassey, who appeared on a chat show, Dr Phil, said her longest marriage lasted for eight years while her shortest was for six months.
The 56-year-old woman, who is ending the relationship with her 10th husband, said she usually quits her marriages when she cannot take it any more. She said:
“When I’m in a marriage and I just can’t take it any more, I’m usually the first one to say, ‘That’s it; we’re getting a divorce, and I quit'.”
The woman, whose first marriage ended mutually after eight years, said it has gotten to a point where she either laughs or cries about her situation.
According to Cassey, her second marriage ended in divorce when her husband stopped telling her he loved her. She said he would simply reply with, "Ditto" whenever she told him so.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the Kolisis' latest offering sees Siya, Rachel and Google Translate confusing the life out of social media users - and it all started with Siya.
Taking to Twitter, the rugby star captain shared a picture of himself and Rachel with a caption written in Xhosa, his home language, that read: "Bendimqhatha apha, ndizibona ngeposture le.”
When translated directly and correctly it says, "I was lying here, you can even see my posture."
Google Translate, however, got the caption completely wrong, translating it to, “I was cheating on her here, seeing myself through this post," naturally resulting in a little ruckus on the microblogging social media app.
One social media user, @glorious_geee said: "Haibo Google Translate."
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