Did you by any chance mean prenuptial?
- adj. alternative spelling of prenuptial.
“Many people seem to believe that young couples don't have much money, and therefore don't need to worry about pre-nuptial agreements.”
“When a couple comes to a point where they need to decide to stay together or part ways, having a pre-nuptial agreement becomes a make it or break it factor.”
“As Kanye and the media continue to push Americans to get pre-nuptial agreements through their music and their news stories, I ask you to consider this: how much money is a premarital agreement worth?”
“If a couple agrees to get a pre-nuptial agreement before they get married, it shouldn't be a cause of contention after they wed.”
“Many believe that the only reason King and wife #7 didn't call it quits was because he didn't have a pre-nuptial agreement.”
“Having a pre-nuptial agreement makes a great case for taking the easy way out of a marriage.”
“Why, then, do people of our generation act like a magnet to a refrigerator and attract to pre-nuptial agreements?”
“But what, exactly, does a pre-nuptial agreement have to do with divorce?”
“And yet, regardless of this statement, Kanye succeeds in promoting the pre-nuptial mentality among younger generations.”
“If a man may achieve affection for a woman, without undergoing pre-nuptial madness, if a man may take the short cut, as it were, then I see no reason why he should not marry that woman.”
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