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[url=http://marryourdaughter.org/]I can't believe this website is for real.[/url]


Marry Our Daughter is an introduction service assisting those following the Biblical tradition of arranging marriages for their Daughters.

We charge a variable fee per listing, depending on the bride price requested and other factors. Potential grooms are not charged. We do not assist in negotiations, we only provide introductions.

Privacy: We do not sell, rent or otherwise distribute any personal information to any third party, except as part of our introduction service.

For more information please see our FAQs.

How to Propose:

To propose to one of Our Daughters, just click on Propose on her listing and you will be directed to our proposal form. Please do not propose to multiple Daughters or you risk having all your proposals disqualified.


False alarm, I guess. [url=http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/09/11/please-dont-marry-our-daughters/]I checked further and found out the site was a hoax.[/url] You do have to wonder about the mind of someone who thinks up something like this.

anchovy breather

Jeez. check out the testimonial section. Are you sure it's a real site?


“I was SO scared getting married so young, but my husband is an okay guy and I am SO proud that because of me my parents were able to get their first brand-new car and take the trip they always wanted to. I couldn’t have done it without your site!"

—Katrina K., married at 14

“Our 15 year old daughter Mary wasn’t very popular and did nothing but mope around the house bringing everybody down, so we decided to marry her off through your site. Now our house is a lot cheerier and we love our new swimming pool and Jaccuzi! We’ve told our youngest that when she turns 15 we’re going to marry her off too!"

—Mrs. James P.

anchovy breather

O OK. I was going to say.

It's kinda funny in a twisted way.


Ha! That's hilarious. [img]biggrin.gif" border="0[/img]


Is it wrong to bid on a few of them? I mean, what if one of them runs away on you, I'd want to have a back up.


What? No warranties? [img]confused.gif" border="0[/img]

Alexandra Kitty


“People get angry so fast they don’t stop to question whether its real,” says the creator of MarryOurDaughter.com, John Ordover, who masqueraded as the site’s fictional publicity director, the unlikely surnamed Roger Mandervan.

Good words to live by.

They should get together with darwindating.com... [img]tongue.gif" border="0[/img]

[ 25 September 2007: Message edited by: Alexandra Kitty ]