They say all’s fair in love and war, especially when one of the warring parties owns a Porsche. Thanks to the interconnectivity afforded mere mortals by the internet, nasty divorces can find nastier means of one-upping the other party and sharing the results with the click-hungry world. At least that’s what one scorned Australian wife did.
I had hunches that my husband was cheating so I followed him out on what he said was a “guys poker night” to find him at a 5 star restaurant cuddling up to this young blonde woman (cliché).
So to pay him back, as I have rightful ownership of his precious Porsche, I have decided to sell it for a specific price of $20,000. (Via Revenge Sales)
That’s a helluva steal for interested (and capable) Porsche enthusiasts.
Similar models of the Porsche 911 are selling for over $200,000 on car sales websites, so the buyer who managed to take advantage of this offer has scored a 90 per cent discount. (Via News.com.au)
I’m pretty sure I’ve heard this story before. A similar narrative was featured on an episode of the excellent 1990s program Beyond Belief: Face or Fiction, hosted by Jonathan Frakes. En lieu of a clip from the segment in question, here’s a collection of Commander Riker’s best puns and word jokes.