Hahaha, I love this. We need to reach out to this OBVIOUS Scary Mommy. She rocks.
Well, here's one way to get back at your cheating spouse!
Last weekend, an unnamed Canadian woman took to Craiglist to advertise a "Lying Cheating Sale" -- essentially, a garage sale in which she planned to sell all of her unfaithful husband's belongings.
"Last minute spontaneous estate sale," she wrote in the ad posted March 8. "Husband left us for a piece of trash. Selling everything while he is gone this weekend with his floozie."
Among the items up for sale were his favorite red leather sofa and "lots of tools which he didn't have a clue how to use."
In the ad, she also said that she plans to move out of the home she shared with him. The couple had been married for 10 years.
But this woman isn't the first to seek revenge on a cheating spouse by giving away his belongings. In May 2012, a Wisconsin woman held an "X-Husband Sale" where she threw a pile of her husband's things on their front lawn with a sign that read "free."
MikeAlphaBaker said:Not that I feel particularly sorry for adulterers, but that can't possibly be legal, can it?
Not that I feel particularly sorry for adulterers, but that can't possibly be legal, can it?