Should I Marry A Russian Woman With Children?
As we know, Russian Women are capricious and free-spirited. One day they are the dutiful bride at home. The next - whoops - they’ve run off. Straight out through the cat-flap.
This is why you may consider taking on Russian children as a kind of insurance policy. A woman with children is less likely to run off and is also less likely to find someone else to take her on.
Here’s a handy rule of thumb. If you are ten years older than your Russian Woman, count a minimum of one child. If you are fifteen years older, take two. And so on.
Another rule applies if you are fat and bald and your Russian Bride is a sinfully skinny, leggy blonde. In addition to the rule above, take on an extra child or two for good measure.
Now, if by using this computation you cannot find a woman with enough children (about 8 kids is a safe number) you can always take on a Mother In Law as well. In short, there is safety in numbers.
Always remember. Do not fall in love with the first Russian Woman with a child you meet. Take your time to find a woman with a really spoiled, obnoxious, Russian brat. Your Russian wife will then be around for many years to come.
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