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Fourplay in California

Fourplay in California

In a plot that resembles a bad fantasy episode of “Days of Our Lives,” four wild and wacky Californians have decided to all become legally married to each other. See if you can follow along with this chain of events.

Tony and Kaye Luck, both 48, were happily married 15 years ago when they invited Kevin and Sandi, who are both 40, to their house for a weekend holiday. Kevin and Sandi never left and three years later Sandi got pregnant with Tony’s baby. At that point everyone decided to legally adopt Tony’s last name. Still following?

As time went on Kaye and Sandi fell in love, and then Kaye and Kevin. Now, in order to save everyone the trouble, they all share one bedroom in their San Jose Home and everyone has equal guardianship of Sandi and Toni’s baby, Ruth. Poor Baby Ruth.

Could your relationship survive polyamory—where you have more than one parter in a relationships? A lot of people need relationship help when dealing with just one spouse. Do you think adding a couple more into the mix could help any marriage? [The Telegraph]

Posted: 6/9/08