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6th Nov '16 10:05:33 AM nombretomado
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* Mary Hatch promised George Baily that she would "love him til the day she died" in ''ItsAWonderfulLife'', although she whispered it into his deaf ear so that he couldn't hear her.

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* Mary Hatch promised George Baily Bailey that she would "love him til the day she died" in ''ItsAWonderfulLife'', ''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife'', although she whispered it into his deaf ear so that he couldn't hear her.
3rd Nov '16 7:35:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* MirandaLambert's song "Me and Charlie Talking":

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* MirandaLambert's Music/MirandaLambert's song "Me and Charlie Talking":
10th Oct '16 3:03:15 PM roxana
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* Joan of Kent, a cousin of King Edward III, claimed a childhood marriage promise to one Thomas Holland as grounds for the annulment of her marriage to the Earl of Salisbury. Since Joan was a wealthy heiress her husband did ''not'' take this well but under Church law of the time Joan and Thomas had rendered any subsequent marriages to other partners illicit with their childhood vow.



* Joan of Kent, a cousin of King Edward III, claimed a childhood marriage promise to one Thomas Holland as grounds for the annulment of her marriage to the Earl of Salisbury. Since Joan was a wealthy heiress her husband did ''not'' take this well but under Church law of the time Joan and Thomas had rendered a subsequent marriage to anybody else illicit with their childhood vow.
10th Oct '16 3:02:03 PM roxana
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* Joan of Kent, a cousin of King Edward III, claimed a childhood marriage promise to one Thomas Holland as grounds for the annulment of her marriage to the Earl of Salisbury. Since Joan was a wealthy heiress her husband did ''not'' take this well but under Church law of the time Joan and Thomas had rendered a subsequent marriage to anybody else illicit with their childhood vow.
4th Aug '16 9:39:47 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In the ''Literature/HaloEvolutions'' story ''Palace Hotel'', it is revealed that John-117 (''Franchise/{{Halo}}''[='s=] Master Chief) had a childhood friend named Parisa. The two became friends after John saved her from drowning in a lake, and later John promised to marry her and keep her safe. He was never able to keep it, however, as he was abducted two weeks later for the SPARTAN-II Program and replaced with a flash clone which died not long after. Due to this, Parisa believed that John had died, though she kept with her a picture of herself and John taken by their parents. Years later, John would meet her again during the Battle of New Mombasa. At the time, Parisa was holding the picture of herself and John as children [[http://images.wikia.com/halo/images/4/44/Evo_PHotel_Chua.jpg as seen here]]. Just as John was intending to remind Parisa to not bring personal items to a combat zone, he recognized the picture. Parisa, obviously not recognizing John because of his armor, explained the story behind the picture to him and said that although it was silly and John was "dead", she intended to hold him to that promise. Despite the sudden flood of memories, John couldn't bring himself to reveal who he was, knowing that doing so would be a massive security breach. Instead he maintained his stoic facade and the two of them began planning a counterattack against the Covenant.



* In ''[[Literature/HaloEvolutions Palace Hotel]]'', one of the stories from the expanded universe of the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' series, it is revealed that John-117 (The Master Chief) had a childhood friend named Parisa. The two became friends after John saved her from drowning in a lake, and later John promised to marry her and keep her safe. He was [[spoiler:never able to keep it, however, as he was abducted two weeks later for the Spartan Program and replaced with a flash clone which died not long after. Due to this, Parisa believed that John had died, though she kept with her a picture of herself and John taken by their parents. Years later, John would meet her again during the Battle of New Mombasa. At the time, Parisa was holding the picture of herself and John as children [[http://images.wikia.com/halo/images/4/44/Evo_PHotel_Chua.jpg as seen here]]. Just as John was intending to remind Parisa to not bring personal items to a combat zone, he recognized the picture. Parisa, obviously not recognizing John because of his armor, explained the story behind the picture to him and said that although it was silly and John was "dead", she intended to hold him to that promise. Despite the sudden flood of memories, John couldn't bring himself to reveal who he was, knowing that doing so would be a massive security breach. Instead he maintained his stoic facade and the two of them began planning a counterattack on the Covenant.]]
20th Jul '16 4:06:26 PM Arha
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* In ''Manga/{{Nisekoi}}'', the main character Raku Ichijou wears a pendant with a lock from the time he was 5 years old. He spent summer playing with his first love and when they had to say goodbye, they promised to each other that when they meet again when they're grown up, they will open the pendant using her key and get married. Things get complicated because three different girls with keys appear and they all have a vague memory of knowing Raku when they were little and making some sort of promise with him, but Raku is sure he made the promise to only one girl. After many turns around the issue, the whole thing is made clear: [[spoiler:Chitoge was the one who came up with the idea of the pendant and the keys from a children's book she liked and she wanted to make the marriage promise with Raku. However, after finding out Raku and their friend Kosaki liked each other, she decided to back out and let them make the promise together instead.]]

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* In ''Manga/{{Nisekoi}}'', the main character Raku Ichijou wears a pendant with a lock from the time he was 5 years old. He spent summer playing with his first love and when they had to say goodbye, they promised to each other that when they meet again when they're grown up, they will open the pendant using her key and get married. Things get complicated because three different girls with keys appear and they all have a vague memory of knowing Raku when they were little and making some sort of promise with him, but Raku is sure he made the promise to only one girl. After many turns around the issue, the whole thing is made clear: [[spoiler:Chitoge was the one who came up with the idea of the pendant and the keys from a children's book she liked and she wanted to make the marriage promise with Raku. However, after finding out Raku and their friend Kosaki liked each other, she decided to back out and let them make the promise together instead. However, when all three finally remember what's going on, Raku has moved on from liking Onodera and decides the promise isn't what's most important anymore.]]
7th Jul '16 7:06:12 PM Doug86
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* Happens in some ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' supports:

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* Happens in some ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' supports:
7th Jul '16 1:24:08 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* ''FireEmblem 7'' (the first released Stateside on GBA) has Priscilla and Raven, which looks kinda cute until you realize that they're [[BrotherSisterIncest siblings]].
** These also happen in supports, if you squint. One example from ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones''. Note that these two could be anywhere from the age of [[ChildSoldiers 12- 15 at the time of gameplay]]:

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* ''FireEmblem 7'' (the first released Stateside on GBA) Happens in some ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' supports:
** ''Blazing Sword''
has Priscilla and Raven, which looks kinda cute until you realize the player realizes that they're [[BrotherSisterIncest siblings]].
** These also happen in supports, if you squint. One example from ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones''. Note
siblings]]. Priscilla perfectly knows that these two could be anywhere from the age it's not a binding promise at all ''and'' that Raven would never marry her, but since they have been apart for ''many'' years, she yearns for him to stay by her side now that they've been reunited.
** The teenaged [[NaiveEverygirl Amelia]] can give similar promises to either
of [[ChildSoldiers 12- 15 at the time of gameplay]]:her similarly-aged prospect bpyfriends, [[RelationshipUpgrade in their A Supports]]: she can promise [[HotBlooded Ross]] to help him DoomedHometown, tell [[ChildMage Ewan]] that they'll go WalkingTheEarth together, and give [[NiceGuy Franz]] a DeclarationOfProtection that he reciprocates:



--> '''[[NaiveEverygirl Amelia:]]''' ...let me be your shield to protect you...

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--> '''[[NaiveEverygirl Amelia:]]''' ...'''Amelia:''' ...let me be your shield to protect you...



** Amelia's other two romantic endings also involve said promises: [[HotBlooded Ross]] will ask her to help him reconstruct his DoomedHometown and settle down with him, [[ChildMage Ewan]] will promise to take her with him as he goes WalkingTheEarth. Since they also happen at the A support time, the endings will have Amelia accept and live happily with any of her three possible husbands.
7th Jul '16 1:17:00 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', Female Kana (anywhere around 10 to 13) and Kiragi (probably just a little older) can make one if they reach a S support.
9th Jun '16 4:50:52 PM sorako
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* In ''Manga/{{Nisekoi}}'', the main character Ichijou Raku wears a pendant with a lock from the time he was 5 years old. He spent summer playing with his first love and when they had to say goodbye, they promised to each other that when they meet again when they're grown up, they will open the pendant using her key and get married. Things get complicated because [[spoiler:he spent that summer with three different girls and made the same promise to all of them]].

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* In ''Manga/{{Nisekoi}}'', the main character Raku Ichijou Raku wears a pendant with a lock from the time he was 5 years old. He spent summer playing with his first love and when they had to say goodbye, they promised to each other that when they meet again when they're grown up, they will open the pendant using her key and get married. Things get complicated because [[spoiler:he spent that summer with three different girls with keys appear and they all have a vague memory of knowing Raku when they were little and making some sort of promise with him, but Raku is sure he made the same promise to all only one girl. After many turns around the issue, the whole thing is made clear: [[spoiler:Chitoge was the one who came up with the idea of them]].the pendant and the keys from a children's book she liked and she wanted to make the marriage promise with Raku. However, after finding out Raku and their friend Kosaki liked each other, she decided to back out and let them make the promise together instead.]]
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