Thursday, February 23, 2006

How to Keep a Happy Marriage

As a society, we are not ready for this. Not even close. But someone was man enough to stand up for what he believed in and put together a marriage contract that is now being crucified by the media, even The Smoking Gun.

From the source:



Repulsive "Wifely Expectations" pact emerges in Iowa kidnap case

FEBRUARY 17--This country, as you know, is filled with the deranged. And then there's Travis Frey, a 33-year-old Iowa man who is facing charges that he tried to kidnap his own wife (not to mention a separate child pornography rap). Frey, prosecutors contend, apparently is a rather demanding guy. In fact, he actually drew up a bizarre four-page marriage document--a "Contract of Wifely Expectations"--that sought to establish guidelines for his spouse in terms of hygiene, clothing, and sexual activities. In return for fulfilling certain requirements, Frey (pictured right) offered "Good Behavior Days," or GBDs. Each GBD, Frey wrote, could be redeemed by his wife to "get out of doing the things" he requested daily. A copy of the proposed contract, which Frey's wife never signed and later provided to cops, can be found below. While we normally point out the highlights of most documents, there are so many in this demented, and very graphic, contract, we really can't do it justice. So set aside ten minutes--and prepare to be repulsed. (4 pages)


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Barring the charges, what's really wrong with this contract? I think it's great! Click on each image to enlarge and enjoy.

MM

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's friggin' hilarious!

3:47 PM  
Blogger Ticklish Girl said...

He strangely looks like the guy that was on Dr. Phil the other day...
It's amusing to look at, but kinda disgusts me.

12:01 AM  
Anonymous Jeff said...

Maybe I've seen too many movies, but I would've expected it to end differently...the cops find his body in bed, gutted, and the contract is stuck to the wall with a bloody knife.

2:21 PM  

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