I'm married

I'm married   
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"So, you see, I'm married," he said suddenly; "what do you think of my wife?"
"But I'm married, and believe me, in getting to know thoroughly one's wife, if one loves her, as someone has said, one gets to know all women better than if one knew thousands of them."
Twist it how you may, Miss Isabel, whether I'm single or whether I'm married, I'm plain Alfred Hardyman; and everybody who knows me knows that I go on my way, and please myself.
Hang it: the regiment's just back from the West Indies, I must have a little fling, and then when I'm married I'll reform; I will upon my honour, now.
'I don't care whether I am a Minx, or a Sphinx,' returned Lavinia, coolly, tossing her head; 'it's exactly the same thing to me, and I'd every bit as soon be one as the other; but I know this--I'll not grow after I'm married!'
In the candid chat, Miley, who identifies as Queer, stated: 'I think it's very confusing to people that I'm married. But my relationship is unique.'
Hi Brenda, I'm married but I like to flirt a lot and that is why I joined Tinder.
She had said she was reluctant to talk about her marriage to Cruise as "I'm married now to the man who is my great love, and it almost feels disrespectful."
Dear Coleen I'M married and have been seeing another married man for the past four years.
'So sorry I'm rich, so sorry I'm married to a movie star, so sorry I'm not so bad looking.' "No sorrys.
"Maybe when I'm married I could be a housewife, now I live in the area," said Jess, who was a VIP guest at the launch of new health food restaurant Neon Health Kitchen.
Today we look at work by Wendy Pearson, 43, of Gateshead: "I'm married and have three cats and two rabbits.