High school sweethearts not at all curious about what else might have been
WALLACEBURG, ON—Steve and Rosita Bradley are celebrating their 10-year wedding anniversary this week and the happy couple has never seemed more in love.
"I met Rosita in Grade 9 and knew right then and there she was the one for me," Steve explains. "Honestly, I knew she was the woman I wanted to spend my entire life with before I knew how to do my taxes and there is nothing weird about that."
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The instant attraction between the two seems completely mutual – an honest case of love at first sight.
"I remember seeing Steve in science class and thinking..." Rosita begins fondly, before getting lost in a moment of reminiscence. "I can't wait to learn how a blowjob works, so I can pleasure him – and only him – until the end of days."
"And the sex has only gotten better since then," Steve adds.
"We know all three positions now!" Rosita says with a wink.
Deciding between one's brain and heart can sometimes be a tough call, but this doesn't seem to have been the case whatsoever for Rosita and Steve.
"When I graduated high school, I had two options," Rosita explains. "I could move to Toronto and pursue my dream of being an actor or I could stay here in Wallaceburg with Steve."
"I wasn't sure what to do," she continues. "Then, one day I was hanging out at the East Side Mario's Steve works in and when he served me my onion rings, two of them were stuck together. It was a sign! Now, he manages that East Side Mario's and I get as much free bread and salad as I want!"
It is unclear whether Rosita knows that the deal is available to anyone who buys a modestly priced entree. We decide not to burst her bubble.
After fiercely committing to their life together and apparently never looking back, Rosita and Steve went on to have a son, who begins kindergarten this week.
"He's gonna be going to the same grade school I constantly complained about when we were growing up," Steve laughs. "I think Mrs. Mullen is still working there. That old coot once told me I would never amount to anything. You know what I say to that? BADABOOM BADABING."
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