Note to Self: Never Scorn a Russian Woman

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From the Youtube description:

A 26-year-old Russian woman has been accused of attempted murder after she forced her ex-boyfriend's car off the road.

Mary Artemyeva allegedly flew into a jealous rage when she spotted her former partner Chariton Anisimov, 28, on the road with his new girlfriend.

Artemyeva revved up her engine and rammed into her ex-boyfriend's car on a road in central Russia's Volgograd Oblast.

Cuckolded Husband Sells Wife's Wedding Dress

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Here's what the husband wrote for the ad:

Due to be married soon? Not planning on staying faithful? Want to sleep with one of your soon-to-be husband's closest friends? Then THIS is the wedding dress for you!

This stunning, tuille swathed, ivory bridal gown has a proven track record of producing an adulterous, deceitful, double-crossing and traitorous "soulmate".

A one of a kind garment designed by Benedict Arnold, believed to be derived from the very cloth Judas Iscariot himself wore to the Garden of Gethsemane to betray the only son of God – Jesus Christ.

This harlot-sized ensemble will make you the envy of your trampish posse on your fraudulent wedding day.

As an added bonus, this dress gives you the "entitlement" to legally obtain over half of your husband-to-be's worldly possessions.

This dress is guaranteed to provide you with approximately two years of reasonable wedded mediocrity before the complete and utter disintegration of your relationship due to your extramarital promiscuity.

Cosmetically, the garment is in better condition than the marriage – not looking for much. Make an offer.

Texts and Fury Signifying Nothing

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The choice quote:

Mr. Joseph simply copies and pastes the plays into his phone's text message field, and sends them off to his scammer. When they reach the scammer's phone, they presumably come through in 160-character segments — meaning the 22 plays Mr. Joseph has sent were broken up into a very irritating 17,424 text messages. Basically, the fraudster's phone hasn't stopped buzzing for the past week.