|How was that ever going|
to work out? He's like
9 feet bigger than she is?
Wait? What? The rest of us did make it past the 72 day mark? Phew. That's a relief. I will also throw in there, WTF?? I have been in fights with The Party that have lasted longer than 72 days. Who gets divorced after 72 days? I'll tell you who. People who knew they shouldn't have spent a million plus dollars to get married in the first place. Take a lesson from Julia Roberts. She realized Kiefer Sutherland was not worth marrying, so she didn't.
This article I am giving you the link to is the only one I saw where I felt a smidgen of sympathy. Apparently, the whole divorce thing was a surprise to Kris who said he loves his wife and is devastated. If that upset him, it can't make him feel any better that, despite a pre-nup, the divorce papers Kim filed ask the court to bar Kris from filing for spousal support. She's kind of just putting it out there that she thinks he'll go after her money. Gotta say, surprise divorce and gold digging accusation - a little tiny bit bitchy.
I mentioned the divorce on the DTC Facebook page and FB friend Erin thought I should do a "things that last longer than Kim's marriage" list. She started me out with a few that I wanted to share and give her credit for because they were pretty funny. Here they are:
1. My can of hairspray. 2. The actual wedding. 3. her sex tape with Ray J. Bahahahaha!
Feel free to share some of your own items that would be good for the list.
|No one noticed when they |
hired her that she's got the
crazy eyes working?
Let me just add that I am Jewish and don't own or run a bank. Further, I don't even know any Jewish people who do. Clearly, I am hanging out with the wrong Jewish people. Believe you me, having friends with access to the Federal Reserve spells V-E-G-A-S and as you can see, I'm not there. So clearly, the rumors of vast Jewish wealth and monetary control have been somewhat exaggerated.
|Check it out! Mac and cheese|
pizza! There was no mention
on the list of either, so I
assume this gets a thumbs up.
I am trying to think of more things to write in this post because the longer I am at the computer, the longer I am not eating Halloween candy. SB has a giant bowl of candy (she has twice what Boy has) so she won't really notice anything missing. On the flip side, knowing my kids, they have organized their bowls in some way so as to notice the movement or absence of anything from the bowl. Why can't these children use their powers for good? Okay, the candy is winning...