(Closed) Why Hefner marrying the new girl and not Holly?

posted 7 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
6572 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: February 2010

Sadly I love Girls Next Door, Holly’s World, etc. so I have my own opinion about this. I feel like when Holly left, Hef probably realized how stupid he was being by not settling down and thought he missed out on something good. By the time she was gone in Vegas dating other guys, he was too late. So he’s probably not making that same mistake again.

Post # 4
7695 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2010

I think Hef is probably realizing that his time left on this earth is probably short and he wants to take advantage of getting married again while he can.

Post # 5
600 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2006

That story pissed me off so much!  I’d be spitting mad if I was Holly.  I didn’t read that story you have, but he was still legally married (separated) to his ex-wife for 11 years while he was dating Holly & then within months of being with the other girl he finalized the divorce.  W. T. F.

Post # 7
3788 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I liked Holly on the Girls Next Door, and I kind of felt bad for her about all this, but I really think it supports the notion that sometimes you really just have to read the actions more than the words….

Apparently, it’s not that he didn’t want to get married; it’s that he didn’t want to marry Holly.

Post # 8
2321 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

@gramgeek: That thing you said about your friends, I have noticed that too. Usually the guy doesn’t want to get married. Could be any number of reasons…. doesn’t want to give up the ‘freedom’ to walk away, doesn’t want to spend on a wedding, feels that marriage is too old-school and we don’t need it anymore to profess our love to each other, etc. And at some point he really, REALLY convinced the girl of this. And she has had to suck it up and believe in the same thing as him just so she does not lose him. He may be a MOST WONDERFUL man ever and she doesn’t want to lose him just over something so ‘trivial’ as marriage. He might be the kind who will never ever cheat, lie, steal, upset her, etc. except for not wanting this ONE thing.

I think you kinda hit a nerve with the girl when you brought it up. If I were you, I would have brought it up sooner or later as well. Sometimes certain things need to be said. Just to keep from hurting other people’s feelings, sometimes you end up hurting them MORE than had you done the former.

Post # 9
1058 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

She should have left him… a long time ago. She stayed in the same house with the man for goodness sake…somewhere in between her room and his bed… THIS MARRIAGE AND CHILDREN conversation should have come up. And she shouldn’t have thought she could change the man…once she realized they were on different sheets of music SHE SHOULD HAVE LEFT. Hats off to her. And forget who he marries… its water under the bridge. She allowed him not to divorce his other wife (have cake and eat it too)…maybe the new girl got more of a backbone and aint taking that crap.

Post # 10
6256 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: March 2014

@Amaryllis: Apparently, it’s not that he didn’t want to get married; it’s that he didn’t want to marry Holly.

It’s harsh, but I think if more women considered that this might be a possibility, there’d be less waiting and more marrying going on.

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