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WAF (Wife Acceptance Factor)

Men learn to listen to their spouses on big purchases

By Kimberly Blanton
Globe Staff / June 28, 2004

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It is a bitter memory for Cameron Smith. He was 25 and newly married. While his wife worked one Saturday, he bought himself an $800 stereo with a credit card, set it up, and spent a blissful afternoon on the futon couch, listening to REM and the Grateful Dead. (Full Article: 1399 Words)

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