n. a phrase that indicates connubial or marriage benefits for male/female couples who have not married and are 'practicing marriage' out of wedlock.
Shi'Thead and Shi'Tisha often 'practice marriage,' live together for a time, and bring children into the world out of wedlock. There are no problems in this because welfare/US govenment will see the mother is well monitored during pregnancy, birth the child free, feed the child by issuing food stamps, provide for all medical benefits, and pay for the schooling of the child through college (Pell Grants). The mother receives a stiped, one for each child born out of wedlock. Everything is taken care of and life is wonderful. There is no limit on the number of children and couples often try for more children so they can get more money. So no wonder immigrants want to come to this country and live the good life and have everything taken care of by the government.
by Richard Black May 14, 2005