Wedding Dress Revenge From The Guy Whose Wife Dumped Him
When Kevin Cotter’s wife dumped him after 12 years of marriage, well, let’s just say there was bound to be some fallout. In fact, she left him with the perfect ammo for some hilarious revenge. Ya see, after she moved out her possessions out of their Tuscon, AZ home, she left a single item behind: her wedding dress.
When he asked her what he should do with the keepsake worth nearly $10,000, she had only one response.
“Whatever the $%^@# you want.”
So the next month, when his brother asked him to go hunting, Kevin obliged and took the dress along.
And that was just the beginning.
What you see below are the real uses for his ex wife's wedding dress that he posted to his blog...
He never did look good in that Hunter’s Orange anyways.
Welcome to the Dark Side. May the Force Be With You.
He also turned it into a work of art.
The downside to using a wedding dress as a parachute is that it’s heavy and made from expensive materials.
A lovely awning.
People suggested using it as a slip’n’slide. Little did they know, it was actually not great sliding material. At least he tried.
The dress worked surprisingly well as a tow rope, helping him tow an SUV for over a mile.
Need to carry a baby?… Or a dog? It’s a snap!
This was Kevin’s first attempt at yoga. He soon moved on to Pilates.
Tucson, AZ, hosts a Day of the Dead celebration every year. His costume was a smash hit.
It seems her dress provided far more support than she ever did.
As Kevin proves, there are a lot of ways you can use your ex-wife’s wedding dress. He even goes into more detail in his awesome book, 101 Uses for My Ex-Wife’s Wedding Dress. He proves that one’s wedding dress can last longer than the actual marriage itself.
source: Seriously, For Real