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(Montgomery News)   Result of female realtor's plans to "fix" her marriage sound like the combination of an HGTV show, Lifetime movie, and the People's Court   (montgomerynews.com) divider line 25
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2014-05-08 04:54:52 PM  
Judge Milian would tear this crazy biatch a new one.
 
2014-05-08 04:55:25 PM  
Boy, if there was ever a wrong way to *save* a marriage, it would be by rehabbing a house. On the Relationshionship-Strainometer, it ranks right up there just above an extended IKEA visit during their semi-annual sale ...
 
2014-05-08 04:56:07 PM  

EngineerBoy: Boy, if there was ever a wrong way to *save* a marriage, it would be by rehabbing a house. On the Relationshionship-Strainometer, it ranks right up there just above an extended IKEA visit during their semi-annual sale ...


Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (remade years later as The Money Pit).
 
2014-05-08 04:56:33 PM  
So much crazy....so little time.
 
2014-05-08 04:57:53 PM  
Surprise, your house is half-way remodeled and your belongings are in a landfill somewhere. Welcome home, Grandma!
 
2014-05-08 05:00:49 PM  
 
2014-05-08 05:02:57 PM  
Coulda ended worse...
www.chud.com
 
2014-05-08 05:03:25 PM  
The judge found the prosecution expert's restitution estimate "incredulous"

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2014-05-08 05:04:22 PM  
just buy him some hookers and blow...  he will love you forever.
 
2014-05-08 05:04:35 PM  
Blowjobs. Sincere, sloppy, two hand assisted blowjobs. Lots of them. That would save your marriage a whole lot faster than a home renovation.
 
2014-05-08 05:10:35 PM  
I can't imagine what was going through her mind.  How does this even begin to make sense as a plan to save her marriage?  Break into someone's home and remodel it?  Man alive...

H31N0US: Blowjobs. Sincere, sloppy, two hand assisted blowjobs. Lots of them. That would save your marriage a whole lot faster than a home renovation.


Maybe you should be a marital counselor.
 
2014-05-08 05:12:15 PM  

Gergesa: H31N0US: Blowjobs. Sincere, sloppy, two hand assisted blowjobs. Lots of them. That would save your marriage a whole lot faster than a home renovation.

Maybe you should be a marital counselor.


Marital counselor, hell, he should get the Nobel.  And Oprah's Book of the Month.  Maybe the 2nd would actually get the advice listened to.  Or do they just read them to be part of the in group but never actually follow any of it?
 
2014-05-08 05:17:16 PM  
Can I just say I hate all of those HGTV farking shows? God damn my stupid gym plays them none stop and I've seen more of their garbage than I ever wanted to. So many entitled asshats its like a congressional committee.

I hate the term "reno". Also as someone who works in real estate buying a house is never as easy as those clowns make it look.
 
2014-05-08 05:33:09 PM  
I like how the prosecutor ask for nearly the house's entire value as restitution.
 
2014-05-08 05:52:25 PM  
Wasn't this the plot of an American Dad episode?

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2014-05-08 05:53:43 PM  

Fish in a Barrel: I like how the prosecutor ask for nearly the house's entire value as restitution.


Just because a house is in a cheap neighborhood doesn't mean remodeling costs such as kitchen cabinets and painters etc. cost less. As far as I'm concerned this realtor should either buy the house for list price plus reimburse this lady for her possessions or she should pay for whatever cabinets, counters, appliances this lady wants plus the remainder of the remodeling plus her possessions.
 
2014-05-08 05:58:46 PM  

EngineerBoy: Boy, if there was ever a wrong way to *save* a marriage, it would be by rehabbing a house. On the Relationshionship-Strainometer, it ranks right up there just above an extended IKEA visit during their semi-annual sale ...


This.
 
2014-05-08 06:00:52 PM  

EngineerBoy: Boy, if there was ever a wrong way to *save* a marriage, it would be by rehabbing a house. On the Relationshionship-Strainometer, it ranks right up there just above an extended IKEA visit during their semi-annual sale ...


That's for sure I have been working on remodeling a house my wife and I bought two years ago. (Extensive water damage not found during the inspection)

She has had her friends ask her if she is going to leave me because of it. (Lots of stress, I was the one who found the house and convinced her to get it).

When the remodel is done our relationship will probably be stronger, but it has been worse during the remodel and we started it doing well not on the verge of divorce.
 
2014-05-08 06:06:43 PM  
The closest I ever came to divorce was when we tried to hang wallpaper together.
 
2014-05-08 06:41:32 PM  

EngineerBoy: Boy, if there was ever a wrong way to *save* a marriage, it would be by rehabbing a house. On the Relationshionship-Strainometer, it ranks right up there just above an extended IKEA visit during their semi-annual sale ...


I'm surprised I didn't hear the word wallpaper in there somewhere. Wallpaper was responsible for 60% of divorces in the seventies.
 
2014-05-08 06:41:59 PM  

ShutYerBeak: So much crazy....so little time.



I find a lot of real estate agents are mildly crazy. I guess it's a draw to people who can't work under other people.
 
2014-05-08 08:24:14 PM  

Omnivorous: The closest I ever came to divorce was when we tried to hang wallpaper together.


So much this
 
2014-05-08 09:00:31 PM  

Sim Tree: ShutYerBeak: So much crazy....so little time.


I find a lot of real estate agents are mildly crazy. I guess it's a draw to people who can't work under other people.


Some of those real estate women just aren't cut out for missionary I guess. Hence the marital problems that started this mess.
 
2014-05-08 09:36:04 PM  

Rigby-Reardon: EngineerBoy: Boy, if there was ever a wrong way to *save* a marriage, it would be by rehabbing a house. On the Relationshionship-Strainometer, it ranks right up there just above an extended IKEA visit during their semi-annual sale ...

That's for sure I have been working on remodeling a house my wife and I bought two years ago. (Extensive water damage not found during the inspection)

She has had her friends ask her if she is going to leave me because of it. (Lots of stress, I was the one who found the house and convinced her to get it).

When the remodel is done our relationship will probably be stronger, but it has been worse during the remodel and we started it doing well not on the verge of divorce.


That sucks when someone is being a little irrational about the unforeseen.  The inspector is who she should be mad at.  Me on the other hand, has the kind of marriage that does get stronger during remodeling.  Once, we got frisky while painting a room, so my wife figured out how to get rooms redone all the time.  Proper motivation means the work gets done well.
 
2014-05-09 12:59:49 AM  
This is exactly how I came to own the house my wife and I have now...the previous owners did a *fabulous* remodel, which their marriage did not survive.

So this could end exceptionally well.  Just not for them.
 
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