She's probably thinking chocolates and roses.
He's barely past Skittles and ceramic pencil holders.
Still, Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Faulaau have a lot going for them.
She no longer has to sneak him into "R" rated movies.
He can take her someplace other than Chucky Cheese for a big night out.
Now we learn they're getting married.
Some people are actually happy for the betrothed couple.
I'm not one of them.
Vili is still a victim; still being manipulated by the woman who started sexually assaulting him when he was all of 13 years old.
Mary Kay says it was love.
Most of us know it was rape.
But being out of prison means Mary Kay can now plan for an April wedding; put her and Vili's name in the bridal registry at Bon-Macy's.
She's looking for china and kitchen appliances.
I think he's secretly hoping for Spiderman sheets.
Not content with erasing Vili's childhood, the ever-twisted Mary Kay is intent on making sure his adult life is ruined forever.
What a Hallmark Moment.
What a Valentine's Day gift to share.
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