Whoever said that love lasts forever should think twice because the divorce rate is now higher than ever. Among the (un)lucky people who have gone through this process, there is Kevin Cotter, a regular American man. What’s different about him, though, is the hilarious ways he found to get over his ex – and become viral in the mean time!

When Kevin’s wife left him, she took everything she could… except for her wedding dress. While we have no idea what happened between the two, it’s highly likely that they ended things with a fight; when Kevin asked his wife what he should do about the dress, she gracefully answered ‘Whatever the f*** you want.’

Now some people might throw the dress away and others would keep it as a memory. Kevin, on the other hand, found some very creative ways of using the dress (and to get back at his ex, we think). Check it out:





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