Woman divorces her husband for the stupidest reason ever
I'm probably one of the few people who hasn't seen the movie Frozen yet, but everyone tells me it's the best Disney film ever. While I probably disagree (The Lion King is) there are die hard fans who can't get enough of it. Take for instance, a 29-year-old Japanese woman who loves Frozen so much, she saw it multiple times in theaters.
One thing to note is that she went by herself each time and when it came time to show her favorite film to her 31-year-old husband ... things did not go as planned.
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The couple, who remains unidentified, is mentioned on the site, Kikonsha no Hakaba ("The Gravesite of Married People") because it turns out the husband did not enjoy the woman's favorite film as she expected. She thought he would love it because he studied Danish literature in college, but meh, her hubby was not impressed. Instead he said: "It's an OK movie, I guess, but I didn't really care for it personally."
In most relationships, couples embrace the good and the bad in each other, even if it means disagreeing on certain things. However, this woman did not have this mentality and was outraged that her husband did not share the same opinion on her favorite film of all time.
So she did what any woman would do when she's unhappy in a marriage. She divorced him. She said, "If you can't understand what makes this movie great, there's something wrong with you as a human being! I want a divorce!" I wish I was kidding, but the loca picked up a left her husband for disliking her favorite movie. Can you believe that?! She's supposedly living back home with her parents after their fall out, but something tells me this guy dodged a bullet.
I have certain films that I love and although I've joked to my boyfriend that I'd dump him if he didn't like them, I don't actually mean it. I guess this woman values this film over her husband or she never loved him at all! I guess the next guy she meets better love Frozen or else...
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