What kind of man insists on deleting the "I promise to be true to you" bit from his wedding vows? The same kind of man who gets elected governor of South Carolina, of course…
South Carolina first lady Jenny Sanford recalls how she made the "leap of faith" to marry husband Gov. Mark Sanford even though the groom refused to promise to be faithful, insisting that the clause be removed from their wedding vows.
"It bothered me to some extent, but … we were very young, we were in love," she said in an exclusive interview with Barbara Walters to air on "20/20" Friday.
Ahgghhhhhh! That's not even the worst part…
Sanford said her husband gave her less than romantic gifts for her birthday.
"He drew me a picture of a half a bike, and then for the next birthday or Christmas I got the picture of the other half a bike, and then he delivered the $25 used bike," she recalled.
For another birthday, Mark Sanford gave her a diamond necklace, which she adored, but then he took it back.
And with that, gentlemen, the bar is officially lowered. In fact, I think it's flat on the ground.
You're gonna look like George Clooney times Denzel Washington plus Dr. McDreamy to the Brad Pitt power this February 14th.
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