Newly Divorced Man Gets Creative With His Ex-Wife’s Wedding Dress, And The Results Are Hilarious – Design You Trust

Newly Divorced Man Gets Creative With His Ex-Wife’s Wedding Dress, And The Results Are Hilarious

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When Kevin’s wife left him, she took everything. Everything except her wedding dress that is. “What am I going to do with it?” Kevin Cotter asked the previous love of his life. “Whatever the f**k you want,” she replied.

After careful consideration and consultation with his family, he did what any newly-divorced, heart-broken man would do. He made the dress into a tent, Halloween costume, pasta strainer, dental floss, and 98 other things.

He documents his post-break up antics in his hilarious blog and book. A must-read for all you newly-divorced people out there and proof that there is life on the other side of marriage.

A month after his divorce, Kevin’s brother asked him to go hunting. Naturally, Kevin took the dress along. And so began the epic wedding dress saga.

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Quite fitting.

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Sumo or baby, you decide.

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That scene from Titanic — without the trouble.

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Newly single guy off to save the day.

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“I call this one, ‘the sitting monkey by the lake’.”

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Practical and versatile.

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Perfect for those sunny days.

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This was one of the less-inspired uses of the wedding dress.

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The bustle holds up the end of the dress and keeps it from dragging the bathroom floor. Who says detail in a dress is not important?

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“My body is a temple.”

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This is a totally symbolic photo for what weddings signify.

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Just chillin’.

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Fun and frolics for one, please.

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The break-up enabled Kevin to do the travelling he always wanted to do. And accommodation was cheap with his makeshift wedding dress tent.

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The dress towed the SUV for over a mile.

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Who would leave these two adorable men?

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Standing on his ex’s wedding dress was really satisfying.

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Kevin Cotter: Father, ex-husband, and zombie-bride extraordinaire.

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“Can someone bring me a beer?”

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So you see, wedding dresses are not just for weddings, they are for life.

Via Pulptastic

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