Thai Man With 2 Wives, 9 Kids Shares the Secret to a Happy Marriage

Thai Man With 2 Wives, 9 Kids Shares the Secret to a Happy MarriageThai Man With 2 Wives, 9 Kids Shares the Secret to a Happy Marriage
Manop Nuttayothin is a 42-year-old man from Thailand who is in a “threelationship” with his two beautiful wives.
Social media users recently found about the happy “throuple” after one of his wives, 32-year-old Warissara Poksrichan, posted their photos on Valentine’s Day.
“People are bragging about their husbands on Facebook. Well, my husband happens to have two wives!” she proudly wrote on the caption.
“It’s been years and I’ve never changed my mind with you. The only thing that has changed is the size of our boobs, 600cc and 450cc. You love them,” Poksrichan added in jest, referring to the two wives’ breast augmentations.
Nuttayothin and his family of two wives and nine kids have since been appearing on Television programs, sharing their relationship secrets, giving tips on how to have a happy and lasting marriage in Thailand.
According to the husband, he originally had three wives, but his first wife “Dear” died after having three children together.
He and Poksrichan had been together for years before 26-year-old Nattaya Tongpan eventually joined them. He has three children with each of them as well.
PolygamyBoth wives help Manop with his car parts business, which supplies major racing events in Thailand.
While the women receive a regular salary for their work, they insist that money is not the basis of their love.
Tongpan noted that their husband “mostly invests in their kids”, while Poksrichan joked that the kids always get 100% while the wives get less, saying “If we asks him for 1,000 Thai baht, he’ll only give us 200 Thai baht”. She added that their husband is fair, attentive, and hardworking.
Poksrichan also said her focus is on building a home with her husband, Nattaya, and their nine kids. Fortunately, the two wives have never actually gotten into a fight.
Nuttayothin said his secret to a happy marriage is to handle conflict as soon as it starts.
“Whenever there’s problem, I talk to them about it on that same day,” the husband explained.
Polygamy“Sometimes it happens. I’ll overlook something and realize that I treated one wife better than the other. When I understand that’s a problem, I make sure I treat the two of them equally. We do the same things. We do everything at the same time. It’s the best.”
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