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108-year-old wife's massages keep hubby, 38, faithful

What is the secret that enables a woman who is 70 years older than her husband to keep her man happy?

In the case of 108-year-old Wook Kundor it is her “killer massage” that she learned from her ancestors.
The traditional massage is what keeps her 23rd husband Mohd Noor Che Musa, 38, glued to her side.

“I will massage him when he starts to talk about younger women. This will dissuade him from thinking about them,” she said when met at her house in Kampung Bukit Tok Bat in Kuala Berang, Terengganu, Sunday.

Asked about the technique of the massage, Wook refused to share her secret, but revealed that the focal point of the massage was to concentrate on rubbing the sensitive parts of the body.

She said it was the same massage that she used to keep all her previous 22 husbands faithful to her until the day they died.

Wook also revealed that one of the golden rules that should be adhered to in the traditional massage was to first effleurage (massage in a stroking movement) the masseur before doing the same on the partner.

“It will usually take about an hour to complete the massage that will totally relax your partner. This will create a closer bond between husband and wife,” she said.

Apart from giving her husband regular massage, Wook also keeps him happy by cooking him delicious food.

She also avoids nagging her husband as she believes hen-pecking could lead to cracks in a marriage.

“I hear a lot of stories from my neighbours about wives who nag at their husbands. Nagging is bad for a marriage as men generally hate it,” she said.

Wook also said that she always made it a point to keep herself clean at all times and never failed to perform her daily prayers as that also helped to strengthen a marriage.

Asked how she was coping after Mohd Noor was released from Besut drug rehabilitation centre after undergoing 18 months of treatment, Wook said they were happier except for some financial constraints.

She said many people who had promised to secure employment for Mohd Noor after he was released had reneged on their words.

“But I told my husband not to give up and to keep looking. I fear that if he is not working, he will revert to his old ways of taking drugs,” she said.

Mohd Noor was detained for drug abuse early last year, forcing Wook to move to her relative’s home in Pasir Mas as her own house in Kuala Berang was unsafe.

The union between Wook and her much younger bridegroom five years ago grabbed worldwide media attention.

readers' comments
Plse respect their relationship as marriage is sacred!It is true that regular practice of religion helps bond societies, family & marriage! Massages are also beneficial to one's health both physically & mentally.... this will then increase the likelihood of a long lasting & fulfilling relationship!
The advantage with them is that he des not have to cough out lts of$$$$ to enroll with costly health packages which is just commercialisation!! Ha Ha!!
Posted by Mahbok on Mon, 2 Aug 2010 at 15:44 PM
I just wonder what are her "special" packages?
Posted by johnnykwek on Mon, 2 Aug 2010 at 13:15 PM
only because of her massages? *bull.poop
i'm more prone to believe he sticks to her solely for her provision and funding to his drug habit
Posted by perceivedtobe on Mon, 2 Aug 2010 at 13:14 PM

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