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Rory to Get Engaged to Erica Stoll

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I'm kinda shocked to here that  he broke up with wozniacki in 2014 so he has only being seeing his new girlfriend for 1 and  1/2 years maximum it seems early to get engaged 

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Noooooo!!!

If I was in his shoes, I'll be more like Derek Jeter. Date all the gorgeous ladies but commit to none. 

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26 minutes ago, Yukari said:

Noooooo!!!

If I was in his shoes, I'll be more like Derek Jeter. Date all the gorgeous ladies but commit to none. 

(He just got engaged too.)

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2 hours ago, Yukari said:

Noooooo!!!

If I was in his shoes, I'll be more like Derek Jeter. Date all the gorgeous ladies but commit to none. 

 

1 hour ago, jamo said:

(He just got engaged too.)

Jeter is 41 and retired though. He clearly knows the key to keeping that competitive fire is to play the field. Just look at Rory in 2014

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2 minutes ago, iacas said:

What's strange about it?

I think strange in both how they met, the whole late to the Ryder Cup thingy, and then how he was engaged to this extremely famous tennis star, decides basically after sending out the invitations that he changes his mind, and now decides to get engaged again to a relatively normal person. Might make a good rom-com.

I take it Rory is a romantic so this is probably just par for the course.

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He seems smitten by her, and by the report I read, the families are happy, too. 

Wish them the best. And he is marrying an older woman. She is 29 to his 26, and she looks adorable.

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12 hours ago, Mr. Desmond said:

He seems smitten by her, and by the report I read, the families are happy, too. 

Wish them the best. And he is marrying an older woman. She is 29 to his 26, and she looks adorable.

3 years isn't that much of a difference. 

Good luck to Rory, I hope it works out for him 

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9 minutes ago, saevel25 said:

3 years isn't that much of a difference. 

Good luck to Rory, I hope it works out for him 

It was stated in jest ... forgot the emote. We need more pics.

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12 hours ago, Mr. Desmond said:

He seems smitten by her, and by the report I read, the families are happy, too. 

Wish them the best. And he is marrying an older woman. She is 29 to his 26, and she looks adorable.

I was waiting for the "if i was 10 years younger........." :-D

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4 minutes ago, RussUK said:

I was waiting for the "if i was 10 years younger........." :-D

Even if I was 30 years younger, I sitll don't have $422 million as an enticement.

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