Ever been cheated on and wish there was a way you could get back at your ex?
One Vancouver, British Columbia housewife has taken to the Internet, specifically Craigslist. Read the post below:
While taking pot shots at her soon-to-be ex-husband's sexual stamina, and referencing her intent to have a massive clothing-fueled bonfire, this Canadian housewife manages to keep it positive. Ending the post with...
LIFE IS TOO SHORT TO WASTE TIME. GOD PUT MY EYES IN THE FRONT OF MY HEAD FOR A REASON. I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO MOVING FORWARD! SEE YOU TOMORROW AT 8 AM. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
The sale was apparently this past weekend. No update on how well it did, but Global BC gives us some insight into Canadian divorce law:
While it's unknown how much money was raised by the sale, Vancouver family and estates lawyer Lora Anjos explained to The Province that in divorce proceedings, a court typically requires both sides to account for all assets. That would include funds raised from such a sale. The sides would then argue over division of those assets, and the court ultimately would decide each side's share.
A man peruses the items at the "Lying Cheating Sale."
So while she may not be able to keep all the proceeds from the sale, she'll always have the look on her ex's face when he comes home to an empty house.
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