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The Reel Life

17 September 2009

The Reel Life remembers reading somewhere that 50 percent of marriages will end up in divorce. If we were able to hit jackpots on 50 percent of our spins, we'd be retired. In the real world, however, it's troubling. And an elderly Malaysian woman has done all in her power to get that divorce rate up.

According to CNN, Wok Kundor, 107, is looking to marry again because she is afraid her husband, age 37, will leave her. If she succeeds in finding another significant other, it would be her 23rd marriage.

"She said that she has been feeling insecure lately and she needs to find out whether he still loves her or not," said R.S.N. Murali, a reporter for The Star.

Malaysian media outlets have done reports on Wok and say her average marriage lasts about four years.

Luckily for Wok, her current mate, Mohammed Boor Che Musa, told The Star that he is "very much in love with his wife and cannot dream of life with someone else."

The Reel Life is pulling for Wok and Mohammed to live happily ever after. For a woman to be married 22 times, it just would seem cruel for her to die without a husband.

Get in the fast lane grandma, the Bingo game is ready to roll!

Oh, Canada!

Two Canadian players had big wins last week on the "Nickels and Dimes" progressive bingo jackpots at Bingo Gala.

"Da mother in law" from Saskatchewan logged into the bingo hall on September 11th and won $2,554.38.

"I was so surprised to win this jackpot," she said. "It brightened my day as it was my birthday the following day. I love playing online bingo because I have the privacy of my home and I meet new people from all around the world."

The second player, "doto," won $2,736.46 on September 14th. The British Columbia player has been a member at Bingo Gala for nearly seven years.

Congrats to both!

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