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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned and with access to a professional photographer. For example, take Catherine Marie Meisenberg, who decided to turn her divorce into an empowering photo shoot.
The photo shoot has since gone viral. Probably because we don't have a new Adele or TSwift album at the moment to satisfy that urge?
On one hand, I'm happy that she's taking ownership of her life. On the other hand...all that frosting is going to waste. Now my heart is broken!
Ok, never mind. The frosting is still getting the love it deserves. Cancel the angry mob, guys.
The photo series ends with Catherine taking off her wedding dress, revealing a BAMFing corset. You go, Catherine.
Of course, that's not the only way to celebrate your divorce...
This is a clever tattoo coverup. A marriage to a person might not last forever, but a divorce probably will. I say "probably" in case the ghost of Elizabeth Taylor is reading this right now. I just want to make sure I have all my bases covered here.
Either this tattoo represents a broken heart being stitched back together, or someone really likes Sally from A Nightmare Before Christmas. Or both? Who am I to speak in absolutes?
Nothing says "celebration" better than a cake. It's in the Bible...or maybe just my diary. I'm always getting those two mixed up.
"Divorce parties" are a thing. Do with that information what you'd like.
We have the movie Friday to thank for bringing the phrase "Bye Felicia!" into our lives. And we have the internet to thank for blowing it up. There's just so much to be grateful for.
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They really do make a card for everything. This is what living in the future is like.
C is for cookie commitment. It wasn't good enough for me.
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It's like those matching best friend necklaces we used to wear in elementary school. Sometimes you have to be your own friend.
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The perfect gift to give that friend in your life going through a divorce. Especially for that Maya Angelou fan in your life who's going through a divorce.
To quote the theme song to The Hills, today is when your book begins. Weirdly enough though, Heidi and Spencer are still very much happily married.