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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

With This Ring I Thee Divorce!


Yahoo reveals a new trend in jewelry, divorce rings.  How romantic is that?  Imagine a man after 10 years of marriage walking nervously to the door carrying a bouquet of a dozen red roses with a dis-engagement ring in one of the roses.  He knocks and as his wife answers the door he gets down on one knee and asks, "Will you divorce me?"

She begins to cry and he becomes nervous and afraid that she is going to say, "No."  After a brief, tense moment of contemplation she takes the roses, tells him to stand up and hugs him saying tearfully, "Yes!  Yes! I will divorce you!"  He takes the dis-engagement ring out of the rose and replaces the wedding band already on her finger.

After a few months of divorce dating they set a date.  Standing before the minster, church filled with family and friends, having exchanged vows declaring their commitment to one another that they will remained divorced till death, the soon to be divorced groom takes the bride's hand and places on it the divorcement ring saying, "With this ring I thee divorce."

Later at the reception of the newly divorced couple people pin money on the groom to aid with the divorce settlement, layer fees and alimony checks.  They soon part ways and live happily ever after. 

4 comments:

  1. This is satire of course. There is nothing pretty about divorce. This is intended to show the absurdity of our culture.

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  2. Unbelievable.

    I heard of a couple who were married, divorced and then remarried. The divorce didn't work out!

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  3. You never listen to a lately separated individual say that the purpose they got a separation and divorce was because their partner was an outstanding communicator who was too reliable.

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