Is your marriage counterfeit? How to tell and what to put in your divorce petition
I’ve been talking about counterfeit goods for most of this afternoon, so I came back to my computer and decided to write about counterfeit marriages. What ever is that? Je ne sais pas. I guess, if I had to guess I would say that a counterfeit marriage is one that is not real; it is a rip off of somebody else’s marriage. Hme. That’s good. It’s like a marriage that is someone else’s brand that you stole and then, you put it on for size and it is so poorly constructed that it comes apart at the seams and before you know it, you need a new marriage. I’m trying to think of actual examples of this but I cannot. Except maybe if your spouse was married to someone else and then you kind of stole him or her away and then you had this marriage that was less than what you expected because you feel like it belongs to someone else, it’s not really yours. And you’re miserable and you want a divorce because he is doing the same things to you that he used to do to his ex wife (and vice versa as women are just as guilty of this one).
So if you feel like Marla Maples said she felt when she was married to the Donald that she was “wearing someone else’s shoes” then that is probably because your marriage is counterfeit. What should you put in your divorce petition? Just tell the judge you have a massive headache and you want to get the heck out of there. I mean, seriously. What are you going to say that your marriage is counterfeit and that you are miserable? Well, fine, then. Say that if you want. Just get out of it because it will only go downhill from here.
Get out of it and get an ORIGINAL marriage. There’s nothing like the original. It’s like handbags. Marriages are like handbags. If you buy the real one in the store, you feel much better than if you buy a knock off on the street. Real vs. counterfeit. Get the real marriage and dump this crap you are in as fast as you can swat a fly off your nose.