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October 07, 2019


A Texas man has been arrested after his fiancée saw a social media post of him robbing a bank the day before his wedding so he could pay for the ring and the venue of his ceremony.

(Thanks to Nelson from Michigan)


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Yup. Other than that...

I predict that she will rob a bank to bail him out.
And, when their kids are old enough, they'll bribe a major university to ensure their child gets in .. oh, wait.

Now, that's love.

"I'd rob a bank for you."

She can really pick 'em, can't she?

Bumpous opened for Tammy Wynette.

My hair looks like this when I wake up.

Wasn't Bumpous the next-door neighbor in A Christmas Story?

*Sniff, sniff* No man has ever committed a major felony for me. Life just isn't fair.

That's one way to get out of a wedding.

Maybe Bumpous started feeling sorry for his future bride being stuck with such a terrible last name and decided to take an easy-and profitable-way out of getting married.
A friend said he likely saved a lot of money over getting a divorce later on and a few years in Club Fed wouldn't seem like a bad trade-off.

The day before? That's why she snitched. He shouldn't have waited til the last minute like that. How irresponsible! I mean, these thing need to be done at least two weeks in advance!

nursecindy--I'm pretty sure he's still available.

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