Skip to comments.Texas Woman Calls Out Apparently Cheating Husband With Newspaper Ad
Posted on 03/06/2014 5:15:52 PM PST by nickcarraway
Tameshia Brown took out the ad in a Sabine County newspaper.
Perhaps the pen really is mightier than the sword. A Texas woman got back at her husband for apparently cheating on her with another woman by taking out an ad in a local newspaper in Sabine County.
Tameshia Browns congratulatory message starts off nice enough -- until she puts her signature on it.
I would like to say congratulations to Shara Cormier and Patrick Brown. They are expecting a baby. Hope you both are really in love and I hope it works out. Always, Patricks wife, Timeshia Brown, the ad reads.
The Daily Mail reported that the ad was posted in the Toledo Bend newspaper before it was posted online by Reddit user Kavien.
Apparently she’s a good sport.
Well, at least she's got some style.
OTOH, I'll bet hubby came home to find his belongings on the lawn.
I wouldn’t be surprised at all! lol
Haha. Love it. Nice touch.
Not arrested but that name, wow
Yep, kind of a clever and classy way of saying "he's all yours now and don't even think about giving him back." lol
Which proves women are evil.
Now she knows how to use a pen correctly.
A good sport or a manipulator with passive aggressive tendencies... Speaking from having a parent who pulled the same sort of stunts - over YEARS.
Oh, I know about the manipulator! That’s what my first wife was....in SPADES!
They’re out there, no question!
Jokes on her if they ARE happy.
Well if my wife was named Timeshare, I might just take her up on that too.
my hunch is passive-aggressive.
better than a bunch of knives in the gut.
I’m interested to know from those of you who dealt with the passive-aggressive ex’s... When you married, were there warning signs?
It is fashionable to state that "more women file for divorce then men" which is true, and then use that as a jumping off point to blame women for every thing that is wrong in society today.
oh....lol. Thanks for the explanation.
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