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As you just said, "...the characters assume that he is dead." Which means his death is unknown. Which means that, for the characters, Michonne is assumed to be a widow (which is not a "former wife" - that's why the word exists).
 
As you just said, "...the characters assume that he is dead." Which means his death is unknown. Which means that, for the characters, Michonne is assumed to be a widow (which is not a "former wife" - that's why the word exists).
   
Also as you just said said: "We know that he is not." Which means that we know he is not a "former husband" because he is alive.
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Also as you just said: "We know that he is not." Which means that we know he is not a "former husband" because he is alive.
   
 
Also as you just said: "Is that so hard to understand? Honestly, I feel like you're just arguing for the sake of it now."
 
Also as you just said: "Is that so hard to understand? Honestly, I feel like you're just arguing for the sake of it now."

Latest revision as of 09:10, May 12, 2019

I'm not arguing at all! I stated in my first post that I won't edit any pages by removing "former" from dead spouses.

I'm merely educating.

As you just said, "...the characters assume that he is dead." Which means his death is unknown. Which means that, for the characters, Michonne is assumed to be a widow (which is not a "former wife" - that's why the word exists).

Also as you just said: "We know that he is not." Which means that we know he is not a "former husband" because he is alive.

Also as you just said: "Is that so hard to understand? Honestly, I feel like you're just arguing for the sake of it now."

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