Shrimp in curtain rods
Divorce often reveals the worst in people — but it can also reveal ingenious creativity, a dark sense of humour and downright brilliance! After four decades of marriage, our husband decides to take up with his young secretary, who demands they live together in the multi-million dollar family home.
You may have heard the story of the woman who spent the first day after her divorce sadly packing her belongings into boxes, crates and suitcases. On the third day, she sat down on the floor in the dining room by candlelight, put on some soft background music, and feasted on a curtain of shrimp, a jar of caviar, and a bottle of Chardonnay. When she had finished, she went into each and every room and deposited a few half-eaten shrimp and caviar into the hollow of the curtain rods. She replaced the end rods on the curtain rods, cleaned up the shrimp, and left. When the ex-husband returned with his new girlfriend, all was bliss for the first few days. Then slowly, the house began to smell.
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A friend of a friend was caught red-handed with another woman by his long-time partner, and came home the next evening to find that she had flown the nest. Within days, the heartless brute had invited his new lady to share the flat. But, after a few weeks, a strange smell appeared to have taken over the bedroom. No matter what the bloke tried — a bucketful of scent, disinfectant, joss sticks, even changing his socks — the nostril-assailing niff worsened by the week.
Over the summer months, the noxious brume had graduated from a honk to an almighty hum, and very fishy it was too. In fact, it got so bad the anguished couple decided they had to move out.
Something smells fishy.
The stench meant they had to sell the flat well below market value, but they were happy just to be leaving their pongy past behind. Just as the removal van was being packed, the former cohabitee — who had got wind they were moving out — drew up in her car.
Apparently, she was responsible for the noxious odours. One of the underlying messages expressed by such tales is the notion men value possessions far more than they value relationships.
Striking back not at them, but at what they own, is seen as a killer blow. In early the old yarn circulated on Facebook in video form, accumulating more than 20 million views. Fact Checks. A jilted woman sews shrimp into the curtain hems of the house she shares with her lover, and the impossible-to-locate stench drives him and his new lady love to sell the house.
Legend About this rating. Other variations of this story include: Shrimp are stuffed into curtain rods or sewn into the hems of drapes.
Fish are hidden in a car seat or secreted in a door panel. One version makes special mention of her putting the cad through law school. Top Fact Checks. A Three-Child Limit?
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