The Classy Divorce Announcement [Pic]

Submitted by: eastsiderepp 5 years ago in Funny

Yep, this is exactly how I"d do it if I found out my scumbag spouse cheated on me.
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Male 1,068
should have been bigger
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Male 694
very well made banner though
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Female 3,727
panda_chaos
Female, 18-29, Western US
218 Posts Sunday, April 01, 2012 2:34:42 PM
Unless this is the second or third time he`s cheated on you, you need to take your marriage vows seriously and work this sh*t out. Nobody has a perfect marriage. You picked him. You deal with him.
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You must be out of your god damn mind!!! Was he taking his vows serious as he was humping the whore....NOPE! Leave `em and don`t look back! ONCE a cheater, ALWAYS a cheater!
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Male 1,810
I cant stand the attention/drama whoring implied by this picture.....
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Male 3,612
cheating that what happens when someone plays games
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Male 15,510
You can tell she is the passive aggressive type
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Male 1,404
Take a vacation to "sort" things out with your spouse. Have someone sell everything in your name at fair market value including the house if you can. Have your new attorney place the funds equally in 2 accounts arranging a 3rd party custodial for your spouse. Last day of vacation close all shared accounts and conveniently arrange a different flight preferable to your new home and arrange for papers to be served to your spouse at the airport when they land.
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Male 11,740
I`d make him move out, unless she just doesn`t want to be there anymore. But it wouldn`t mean she *has* to move out.
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Male 38,497

I can`t speak to the details of their relationship, but if the Banner-Drama in the photo is typical, I`d say she drove him crazy with her histrionics.
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Female 33
stay in in... :P That was over 12 years ago, and I haven`t spoken to him since.
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Female 33
@xiquiripat Exactly. Cheating does not fall under the category of if it happens then "you need to take your marriage vows seriously and work this sh*t out. Nobody has a perfect marriage. You picked him. You deal with him" it is ALWAYS a deal breaker and the fact that it has happened means something is fundamentally wrong in the relationship anyway and the cheating partner has decided it`s easier to cheat than to bring up the issue behind the need to cheat with their partner. Also remember that women cheat too, not just men, and there are men stuck in these hurtful situations too. As to why the lady of the house is moving out, she could have been in a similar situation to my first relationship. My fiancé had been having an affair and when he broke the news to me I found out it had been going on in our house and IN MY BED!!! This sickened me to the point that I couldn`t bear to stay in the house, so I left. I did put the house on the market though so he couldn`t
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Male 58
this is called "self pity" and she wants everyone with pit of her....

she needs to move on, not move out..
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Male 14,835
(i.e. before you have kids together with the fast depreciating white woman.)
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Male 14,835
Cheating in a GF/BF situation doesn`t make sense (either agree you`re casually dating or break up).

Cheating once you have a marriage, mortgage and kids is another thing if the wife is no longer attractive and is sexually manipulative.

That`s why expat marriages suffer so badly in the Far East. Wise up, dump the white woman on arrival and only date horny Asian hotties.
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Male 2,422
"Unless this is the second or third time he`s cheated on you, you need to take your marriage vows seriously and work this sh*t out. Nobody has a perfect marriage. You picked him. You deal with him."


Hahahahaha! No.
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Female 4,086
hey enolamron, do you have a really really older brother? i know a lot of women who would appreciate your attitude.

p.s. i`m sorry you were in such pain over your cheating but it does show that you have the grace to feel guilt, something not many men are taught nowadays.
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Male 2,229
why is she moving out? And not make him go packing?

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Male 197
Krowley - I`ve actually read about that on Wikipedia...and to think people say they`re not reliable! The identification of this strain of GonosyhphaherpalAIDs is the hottest news there is right now!
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Male 696
btw- "gonosyhpaherpalAIDs" is actually the perfectstorm mixture that makes your junk smell like candied bacon and rainbows.
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Male 696
Thank god we all have IAB to answer the age old question:

Is cheating a dousche move?

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Male 197
Oh, farts. Well done at beating to the punch, 5cats. Kudos
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Male 151
i like how comic sans makes everything seem ok.
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Male 197
OK, I`m going to tell you what I think, then tell you what I`ve done, then explain why I don`t think I`m a hypocrite. First, I think I`m the first GUY to agree that she should dump his ass and move on. IDK why the men don`t seem to think this, but I have some hunches. Now, I have cheated in a relationship before (never been married)...It was a huge mistake. I wasn`t happy, but I could`ve easily picked up a phone and told her it was over before doing something with some other chick. My ex never found out and I felt awful, dirty and guilty for YEARS. Anyway, yeah, obviously that goes beyond the marriage vows. And, it`s not like they say "I will stay with my partner even if he sticks himself in someone else`s orifice." I`ve been on the other end of a cheating relationship, and it broke my heart. I`d like to see some of the postes who say "You aren`t taking your vows seriously" put in this situation. I doubt they`d be singing the same tune then.
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Male 37,820
@slut_etta: Your friend needs to stop doing that asap! The child is old enough to learn things, and may be influenced by people`s negative reactions upon hearing it. Since it`s a baby, it will think the people are frowning and recoiling because they don`t like it! Poor baby! Seriously!

Well, "marriage vows" just aren`t what they used to be. Cheating is wrong, it`s a `deal breaker` and divorce is so much easier than years of `grinding it out`. It`s better for the kids to just send the cheater packing and start over.

Plus that`s a swanky house, ka-ching!
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Male 459
How much you want to bet she liked him back in the day because he was a "bad boy"? Now, she`ll leech off of some "chad" nice guy to fix her broken ass.
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Female 1,798
"Unless this is the second or third time he`s cheated on you, you need to take your marriage vows seriously and work this sh*t out. Nobody has a perfect marriage. You picked him. You deal with him."

Shut the hell up. You`re telling me she has to deal with the consequences of a man-ho who can`t keep his dick in his pants?? Are you KIDDING ME?? There is NO way I`d put up with that sort of crap, I`d never be able to trust him again. She picked a LOYAL MAN, not a cheating little boy.
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Female 2,602
[quote]Your attitude towards marriage ain`t the same as mine. To have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer for poorer, til the day you do die...[/quote]
Yeah, amazing how people frequently people quote that line of bullpoo when caught with their trousers down and facing the prospect of losing their home and financial ruin merely because they couldn`t control their carnal urges.
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Male 1,803
Unless this is the second or third time he`s cheated on you, you need to take your marriage vows seriously and work this sh*t out. Nobody has a perfect marriage. You picked him. You deal with him.
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Your attitude towards marriage ain`t the same as mine. To have and to hold, in sickness and in health, for richer for poorer, til the day you do die...
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Female 4,086
a friend of mine is raising her husband`s child, a child he had out of their marriage. (i hesitate to call the child a bastard as he`s the real bastard here.) anyway, when she and the kid are out and about (in this small town) and people ask if the little boy is her grandson, she replies, `no, my husband`s a whore who can`t keep his dick in his pants`.

while i can`t say i agree with her actions i have observed that it shuts up whoever is asking her any questions. (the baby btw is less than 6 months old and too young to understand.)
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Male 226
[quote]Unless this is the second or third time he`s cheated on you, you need to take your marriage vows seriously and work this sh*t out. Nobody has a perfect marriage. You picked him. You deal with him.[/quote]

I call horsesh*t. It shouldn`t happen EVEN ONCE. If my wife started screwing around on me, I`d throw her ass to the curb so fast she`d leave a skid mark.

No, and I mean NO ONE, should have to put up with or "work it out" from such a basic violation of trust. It goes far beyond just cheating, too- I take my health fairly seriously, and I don`t want or need possible exposure to gonosyhpaherpalAIDs.

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Male 68
I bet she`s got one large, strapless, handle-less suitcase in the shape of a cross that she`ll carry by foot to her new place.
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Male 1,793
she should have had more sex with her husband....
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Female 235
Unless this is the second or third time he`s cheated on you, you need to take your marriage vows seriously and work this sh*t out. Nobody has a perfect marriage. You picked him. You deal with him.
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Male 1,249
Im sure the neighbors are happy
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Male 25,416
stupid bi arch!
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Male 38,497

Drama queen.
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Male 2,332
Who cares, attention whore
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Male 2,620
Link: The Classy Divorce Announcement [Pic] [Rate Link] - Yep, this is exactly how I`d do it if I found out my scumbag spouse cheated on me.
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