He figures, "Hey, I'm earning the money around here! He is a returned missionary and loves learning about the Gospel.

He has very bad vision and already has the extra large print scriptures (the High Priest Version).

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Pass out stationary so each girl can make a list of qualities she's looking for in her future husband.

Remind the girls that it isn't enough just to marry a nice guy, or just a member, or just a returned missionary, or just to get married in the temple.

You married in the temple and attend about every other month.--This guy wasn't the cutest guy you dated, but he was the most fun. temple-shaped strawberry shortcake (where you later married--in the temple, not the cake). That was fun when you were dating, but now you wish he'd also take on responsibilities for taking care of the house, the kids, etc.

He never took you out to just a dinner and a movie. He proposed to you when you were eating a candlelight dinner on a road median. He even brought along some ring cleaner so it wouldn't be sticky when he slipped it on your finger. You joke with him that you'll have the first eight and he can have the rest. He was a member of the Church when you met, but he had a small Word of Wisdom problem, chewing tobacco.

Most of the other women there don't have children or have only one or two.

They wonder what you do with yourself all day with 5 children and no nanny.

Be careful as you present each candy bar man that you don't imply that the girl chose or will choose that kind of man just because she chose that candy bar. Some girl's father may partially match one of them. He's got a quirky sense of humor that not everyone understands, but you like it. What really breaks your heart is that your children ask, "When is daddy coming back? He is a great father and takes his kids on outings with Dad once a month or so.

Explain that each girl needs to be wise, think about what she really wants, discuss her choice with family and good friends, and pray to Heavenly Father for guidance when making this crucial decision. Disclaimer: These candy bar men have a hodge-podge of characteristics that I have seen or heard about. He likes to tell jokes which are pretty funny unless they're about the Church. He's not a terrific dancer, but he honors his priesthood and can give your children blessings when they're sick. He went on a mission and married you in the temple. He likes camping with the Cub Scouts and loves to design Pinewood Derby cars. Sometimes he works seven days a week, even if he doesn't have to. " You got married in the temple, but you wonder if he remembers what that means, since he doesn't seem to value his family here on earth.--this guy was on the BYU ballroom dance team and is a terrific dancer. He isn't that great at paying bills, going grocery shopping, or balancing the checkbook, so you learned to do that. You ride bikes and bring your own cloth grocery bags when you shop.

Big Hunk--This guy was a quarterback at your college. You introduced yourself to him on his first Sunday in the student ward. You got married before he had been a member for a year and you are anxiously preparing to go to the temple together.