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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by robin303, Mar 29, 2012.
Now that's funny.
Goodbye "Dave"!....Live and Learn.
If my wife didn't know when to properly use "your" and "you're", I would probably be looking for someone else too.
That reminded me of my last divorce. And I got this idea from my friend David Allen Coe.
I was driving a 74 Cadillac hearse at the time. My now ex-wife had cleaned out our checking account and I lived in that thing for about a week until I got my next pay check. But several months later when the judge pronounced that the divorce was final, I painted it up like this and went to a local bar that night to celebrate. That was one of the best nights of my life. I left a 3900 sq. foot home and was living in a rented 50 ft. single wide mobile home with no furniture at the time. I had managed to buy a mattress and a stove and a fridge by then. And some beautiful lady I met that night went home with me and comforted me.
Nice to both pics.
She doesn't sound too bitter . . . . .
"'Your' broke"? He is lucky to be rid of her. She can't even spell!
You cleaned out your bank account. You did not clean out mine. I'm far from broke. My girlfriend says hi.
Good riddance and thanks,