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Then father-of-one Mr Coulbeck asked Goddess to send him a real picture of herself. With a dress size of 28 — 30 Mrs Coulbeck admits she looked nothing like her size eight alter ego - Goddess of the Orient. I was in love with him and he said he felt the same but I knew it was make or break when I sent the picture and yes I was a bit worried because Goddess was nothing like me. Mrs Coulbeck admitted her parents had been concerned when she told them she was marrying a man from the computer game but once they got to know Mr Coulbeck thought he was wonderful Mr Coulbeck was still there a week later when he stunned Mrs Coulbeck by proposing for the second time on one knee. The couple's avatars got engaged in the chat room and then after meeting in real life were married online as well Get a virtual room: Mr Coulbeck said: Then in August Goddess clapped eyes on Gunner for the first time. Mrs Coulbeck said: But first they pledged their love by buying each other wedding outfits for their avatars. But when Marie and Jay Coulbeck decided to exchange real photographs after their alter egos got engaged in 3D chat room IMVU, the couple from Rugeley found they had bent the truth some what. Mrs Coulbeck admits she was nervous when Mr Coulbeck turned up at her door but after presenting her with a huge bunch of roses and a teddy the couple were instantly at ease with each other. I thought he was gorgeous and he said the same about me,' she said. Mrs Coulbeck said her husband had been her 'dream man' in IMVU and had turned out to be her dream man in real life too The couple had met at Mrs Coulbeck's home in Staffordshire 90 miles away from her future husband's in Lincoln. But then again divorced fork lift truck driver Jay Coulbeck, 41, didn't much resemble his avatar Gunner, either. Imvu couples



None of it mattered. When the Coulbeck's exchanged real-life pictures, it was clear neither had been honest about their looks but it didn't matter. Back to reality: Then when it came to going home time Mr Coulbeck couldn't find his car keys. Mrs Coulbeck said: I was in love with him and he said he felt the same but I knew it was make or break when I sent the picture and yes I was a bit worried because Goddess was nothing like me. Mrs Coulbeck's avatar, Goddess of the Orient, left, had a toned, tanned body with ample cleavage while Mr Coulbeck's character, Gunner, had abs you could bounce a 50p from True love: But then again divorced fork lift truck driver Jay Coulbeck, 41, didn't much resemble his avatar Gunner, either. But when Marie and Jay Coulbeck decided to exchange real photographs after their alter egos got engaged in 3D chat room IMVU, the couple from Rugeley found they had bent the truth some what. Mr Coulbeck said: I never thought when I created that avatar it would lead me to love. Mrs Coulbeck admits she was nervous when Mr Coulbeck turned up at her door but after presenting her with a huge bunch of roses and a teddy the couple were instantly at ease with each other. She with her toned, tanned body, enviable curves and a penchant for not wearing very much. The programme describes itself as a 3d chatroom where users can create an avatar to represent themselves by selecting features like, face, hair and bodies and design and create a virtual hang out to meet and speak to friends. Mrs Coulbeck admitted her parents had been concerned when she told them she was marrying a man from the computer game but once they got to know Mr Coulbeck thought he was wonderful Mr Coulbeck was still there a week later when he stunned Mrs Coulbeck by proposing for the second time on one knee. Then father-of-one Mr Coulbeck asked Goddess to send him a real picture of herself. Showing off his toned torso through a sexy tight shirt, Goddess - and the single Mrs Coulbeck - was instantly smitten. But first they pledged their love by buying each other wedding outfits for their avatars. Then in August Goddess clapped eyes on Gunner for the first time. Virtual world: I thought he was gorgeous and he said the same about me,' she said. As well as being attracted to his avatar his personality shined through and because of that there was a big connection between us pretty much straight away. She said: The couple's avatars got engaged in the chat room and then after meeting in real life were married online as well Get a virtual room: Ooh ahh avatar: With a dress size of 28 — 30 Mrs Coulbeck admits she looked nothing like her size eight alter ego - Goddess of the Orient. Mrs Coulbeck said her husband had been her 'dream man' in IMVU and had turned out to be her dream man in real life too The couple had met at Mrs Coulbeck's home in Staffordshire 90 miles away from her future husband's in Lincoln. Couple who met and got engaged in a computer game marry in real life despite looking nothing like their online alter-egos.

Imvu couples



Showing off his toned torso through a sexy tight shirt, Goddess - and the single Mrs Coulbeck - was instantly smitten. Mr Coulbeck said: Mrs Coulbeck said her husband had been her 'dream man' in IMVU and had turned out to be her dream man in real life too The couple had met at Mrs Coulbeck's home in Staffordshire 90 miles away from her future husband's in Lincoln. Being her was a way of escaping the usual drudgery and I actually started to prefer my online life to my real one. I was in love with him and he said he felt the same but I knew it was make or break when I sent the picture and yes I was a bit worried because Goddess was nothing like me. But then again divorced fork lift truck driver Jay Coulbeck, 41, didn't much resemble his avatar Gunner, either. But when Marie and Jay Coulbeck decided to exchange real photographs after their alter egos got engaged in 3D chat room IMVU, the couple from Rugeley found they had bent the truth some what. They fell in love and married - for real - in September Mother of two grown up daugthers, Mrs Coulbeck, 44, joined IMVU after becoming sad, lonely and depressed after a string of disastrous relationships. Then father-of-one Mr Coulbeck asked Goddess to send him a real picture of herself. He with an impressive tattoo, rock-god locks and abs you could bounce a 50 pence piece off. The programme describes itself as a 3d chatroom where users can create an avatar to represent themselves by selecting features like, face, hair and bodies and design and create a virtual hang out to meet and speak to friends. Mrs Coulbeck admits she was nervous when Mr Coulbeck turned up at her door but after presenting her with a huge bunch of roses and a teddy the couple were instantly at ease with each other. She said: Mrs Coulbeck admitted her parents had been concerned when she told them she was marrying a man from the computer game but once they got to know Mr Coulbeck thought he was wonderful Mr Coulbeck was still there a week later when he stunned Mrs Coulbeck by proposing for the second time on one knee. Ooh ahh avatar: Virtual world: When the Coulbeck's exchanged real-life pictures, it was clear neither had been honest about their looks but it didn't matter. I never thought when I created that avatar it would lead me to love. Couple who met and got engaged in a computer game marry in real life despite looking nothing like their online alter-egos. Mrs Coulbeck said: Mrs Coulbeck's avatar, Goddess of the Orient, left, had a toned, tanned body with ample cleavage while Mr Coulbeck's character, Gunner, had abs you could bounce a 50p from True love: The couple fell in love and married - for real - in September. As well as being attracted to his avatar his personality shined through and because of that there was a big connection between us pretty much straight away. But first they pledged their love by buying each other wedding outfits for their avatars. Mrs Coulbeck met her future husband in 3D chat room IMVU where users can create an avatar to represent themselves by selecting features like, face, hair and bodies Online ceremony: Then in August Goddess clapped eyes on Gunner for the first time. I thought he was gorgeous and he said the same about me,' she said. The couple's avatars got engaged in the chat room and then after meeting in real life were married online as well Get a virtual room: And then they did it in real life: She with her toned, tanned body, enviable curves and a penchant for not wearing very much.



































Imvu couples



But when Marie and Jay Coulbeck decided to exchange real photographs after their alter egos got engaged in 3D chat room IMVU, the couple from Rugeley found they had bent the truth some what. Mrs Coulbeck said her husband had been her 'dream man' in IMVU and had turned out to be her dream man in real life too The couple had met at Mrs Coulbeck's home in Staffordshire 90 miles away from her future husband's in Lincoln. I never thought when I created that avatar it would lead me to love. The programme describes itself as a 3d chatroom where users can create an avatar to represent themselves by selecting features like, face, hair and bodies and design and create a virtual hang out to meet and speak to friends. She with her toned, tanned body, enviable curves and a penchant for not wearing very much. Then father-of-one Mr Coulbeck asked Goddess to send him a real picture of herself. But first they pledged their love by buying each other wedding outfits for their avatars. Mrs Coulbeck admitted her parents had been concerned when she told them she was marrying a man from the computer game but once they got to know Mr Coulbeck thought he was wonderful Mr Coulbeck was still there a week later when he stunned Mrs Coulbeck by proposing for the second time on one knee. The couple's avatars got engaged in the chat room and then after meeting in real life were married online as well Get a virtual room: Mr Coulbeck said: Then in August Goddess clapped eyes on Gunner for the first time. She said: They fell in love and married - for real - in September Mother of two grown up daugthers, Mrs Coulbeck, 44, joined IMVU after becoming sad, lonely and depressed after a string of disastrous relationships. Mrs Coulbeck's avatar, Goddess of the Orient, left, had a toned, tanned body with ample cleavage while Mr Coulbeck's character, Gunner, had abs you could bounce a 50p from True love: Back to reality: I was in love with him and he said he felt the same but I knew it was make or break when I sent the picture and yes I was a bit worried because Goddess was nothing like me. But then again divorced fork lift truck driver Jay Coulbeck, 41, didn't much resemble his avatar Gunner, either. I thought he was gorgeous and he said the same about me,' she said. The couple fell in love and married - for real - in September. And then they did it in real life: Showing off his toned torso through a sexy tight shirt, Goddess - and the single Mrs Coulbeck - was instantly smitten. Mrs Coulbeck also relaxed when Gunner's real picture arrived showing he also bore little resemblance to his avatar. None of it mattered. Then when it came to going home time Mr Coulbeck couldn't find his car keys. Couple who met and got engaged in a computer game marry in real life despite looking nothing like their online alter-egos. Mrs Coulbeck met her future husband in 3D chat room IMVU where users can create an avatar to represent themselves by selecting features like, face, hair and bodies Online ceremony: Being her was a way of escaping the usual drudgery and I actually started to prefer my online life to my real one.

Couple who met and got engaged in a computer game marry in real life despite looking nothing like their online alter-egos. The programme describes itself as a 3d chatroom where users can create an avatar to represent themselves by selecting features like, face, hair and bodies and design and create a virtual hang out to meet and speak to friends. Then when it came to going home time Mr Coulbeck couldn't find his car keys. Being her was a way of escaping the usual drudgery and I actually started to prefer my online life to my real one. Mrs Coulbeck said her husband had been her 'dream man' in IMVU and had turned out to be her dream man in real life too The couple had met at Mrs Coulbeck's home in Staffordshire 90 miles away from her future husband's in Lincoln. But when Marie and Jay Coulbeck decided to exchange real photographs after their alter egos got engaged in 3D chat room IMVU, the couple from Rugeley found they had bent the truth some what. They fell in love and married - for real - in September Mother of two grown up daugthers, Mrs Coulbeck, 44, joined IMVU after becoming sad, lonely and depressed after a string of disastrous relationships. She said: He with an impressive tattoo, rock-god locks and abs you could bounce a 50 pence piece off. The couple fell in love and married - for real - in September. Mrs Coulbeck also relaxed when Gunner's real picture arrived showing he also bore little resemblance to his avatar. The couple's avatars got engaged in the chat room and then after meeting in real life were married online as well Get a virtual room: Mrs Coulbeck's avatar, Goddess of the Orient, left, had a toned, tanned body with ample cleavage while Mr Coulbeck's character, Gunner, had abs you could bounce a 50p from True love: With a dress size of 28 — 30 Mrs Coulbeck admits she looked nothing like her size eight alter ego - Goddess of the Orient. Virtual world: She with her toned, tanned body, enviable curves and a penchant for not wearing very much. And then they did it in real life: Mrs Coulbeck admits she was nervous when Mr Coulbeck turned up at her door but after presenting her with a huge bunch of roses and a teddy the couple were instantly at ease with each other. Then in August Goddess clapped eyes on Gunner for the first time. Imvu couples



None of it mattered. But when Marie and Jay Coulbeck decided to exchange real photographs after their alter egos got engaged in 3D chat room IMVU, the couple from Rugeley found they had bent the truth some what. Being her was a way of escaping the usual drudgery and I actually started to prefer my online life to my real one. As well as being attracted to his avatar his personality shined through and because of that there was a big connection between us pretty much straight away. Virtual world: Mrs Coulbeck met her future husband in 3D chat room IMVU where users can create an avatar to represent themselves by selecting features like, face, hair and bodies Online ceremony: Back to reality: Couple who met and got engaged in a computer game marry in real life despite looking nothing like their online alter-egos. I was in love with him and he said he felt the same but I knew it was make or break when I sent the picture and yes I was a bit worried because Goddess was nothing like me. Then in August Goddess clapped eyes on Gunner for the first time. Ooh ahh avatar: They fell in love and married - for real - in September Mother of two grown up daugthers, Mrs Coulbeck, 44, joined IMVU after becoming sad, lonely and depressed after a string of disastrous relationships. Showing off his toned torso through a sexy tight shirt, Goddess - and the single Mrs Coulbeck - was instantly smitten. Then father-of-one Mr Coulbeck asked Goddess to send him a real picture of herself. Mr Coulbeck said:

Imvu couples



I thought he was gorgeous and he said the same about me,' she said. Mrs Coulbeck's avatar, Goddess of the Orient, left, had a toned, tanned body with ample cleavage while Mr Coulbeck's character, Gunner, had abs you could bounce a 50p from True love: Mrs Coulbeck admitted her parents had been concerned when she told them she was marrying a man from the computer game but once they got to know Mr Coulbeck thought he was wonderful Mr Coulbeck was still there a week later when he stunned Mrs Coulbeck by proposing for the second time on one knee. Back to reality: And then they did it in real life: But first they pledged their love by buying each other wedding outfits for their avatars. Being her was a way of escaping the usual drudgery and I actually started to prefer my online life to my real one. The couple's avatars got engaged in the chat room and then after meeting in real life were married online as well Get a virtual room: None of it mattered. Mrs Coulbeck said: The programme describes itself as a 3d chatroom where users can create an avatar to represent themselves by selecting features like, face, hair and bodies and design and create a virtual hang out to meet and speak to friends. She with her toned, tanned body, enviable curves and a penchant for not wearing very much. Mrs Coulbeck met her future husband in 3D chat room IMVU where users can create an avatar to represent themselves by selecting features like, face, hair and bodies Online ceremony: Then father-of-one Mr Coulbeck asked Goddess to send him a real picture of herself. Then in August Goddess clapped eyes on Gunner for the first time. But when Marie and Jay Coulbeck decided to exchange real photographs after their alter egos got engaged in 3D chat room IMVU, the couple from Rugeley found they had bent the truth some what. I was in love with him and he said he felt the same but I knew it was make or break when I sent the picture and yes I was a bit worried because Goddess was nothing like me. Showing off his toned torso through a sexy tight shirt, Goddess - and the single Mrs Coulbeck - was instantly smitten.

Imvu couples



Being her was a way of escaping the usual drudgery and I actually started to prefer my online life to my real one. Mrs Coulbeck's avatar, Goddess of the Orient, left, had a toned, tanned body with ample cleavage while Mr Coulbeck's character, Gunner, had abs you could bounce a 50p from True love: Mrs Coulbeck said her husband had been her 'dream man' in IMVU and had turned out to be her dream man in real life too The couple had met at Mrs Coulbeck's home in Staffordshire 90 miles away from her future husband's in Lincoln. She said: Mrs Coulbeck admitted her parents had been concerned when she told them she was marrying a man from the computer game but once they got to know Mr Coulbeck thought he was wonderful Mr Coulbeck was still there a week later when he stunned Mrs Coulbeck by proposing for the second time on one knee. But first they pledged their love by buying each other wedding outfits for their avatars. None of it mattered. Couple who met and got engaged in a computer game marry in real life despite looking nothing like their online alter-egos. When the Coulbeck's exchanged real-life pictures, it was clear neither had been honest about their looks but it didn't matter. Showing off his toned torso through a sexy tight shirt, Goddess - and the single Mrs Coulbeck - was instantly smitten. Then when it came to going home time Mr Coulbeck couldn't find his car keys. The couple's avatars got engaged in the chat room and then after meeting in real life were married online as well Get a virtual room: Mrs Coulbeck admits she was nervous when Mr Coulbeck turned up at her door but after presenting her with a huge bunch of roses and a teddy the couple were instantly at ease with each other. With a dress size of 28 — 30 Mrs Coulbeck admits she looked nothing like her size eight alter ego - Goddess of the Orient. He with an impressive tattoo, rock-god locks and abs you could bounce a 50 pence piece off. As well as being attracted to his avatar his personality shined through and because of that there was a big connection between us pretty much straight away. Mrs Coulbeck also relaxed when Gunner's real picture arrived showing he also bore little resemblance to his avatar. I thought he was gorgeous and he said the same about me,' she said.

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  1. Mrs Coulbeck said her husband had been her 'dream man' in IMVU and had turned out to be her dream man in real life too The couple had met at Mrs Coulbeck's home in Staffordshire 90 miles away from her future husband's in Lincoln. But when Marie and Jay Coulbeck decided to exchange real photographs after their alter egos got engaged in 3D chat room IMVU, the couple from Rugeley found they had bent the truth some what. Back to reality:

  2. And then they did it in real life: Couple who met and got engaged in a computer game marry in real life despite looking nothing like their online alter-egos. None of it mattered.

  3. Mrs Coulbeck admits she was nervous when Mr Coulbeck turned up at her door but after presenting her with a huge bunch of roses and a teddy the couple were instantly at ease with each other. But when Marie and Jay Coulbeck decided to exchange real photographs after their alter egos got engaged in 3D chat room IMVU, the couple from Rugeley found they had bent the truth some what. I was in love with him and he said he felt the same but I knew it was make or break when I sent the picture and yes I was a bit worried because Goddess was nothing like me.

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