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Mel Sykes Divorces Jobbing Actor Husband Because He 'didn't Earn Enough'

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Reading the article I suspect it was more likely because he was rather more profligate in his spending than she would have liked...

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Reading the article I suspect it was more likely because he was rather more profligate in his spending than she would have liked...

Yes I thought that too.The media do like to put a slant on things.My ex got into a similar situation with a guy who rarely brought home a pay packet but thought that she should pay for his teenage daughters to have riding lessons every week.

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you can say what you like, she's an absoulte stunner though.

Stunning, and as thick as mince. Listening to her and Aled Jones on Radio 2 was embarrassing...poor old Aled was doing his best, but she was such an airhead you could almost hear his eyes rolling upwards.

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Stunning, and as thick as mince. Listening to her and Aled Jones on Radio 2 was embarrassing...poor old Aled was doing his best, but she was such an airhead you could almost hear his eyes rolling upwards.

I'd find a way of dealing with the mince problem.

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Any of your married men ever considered divorcing your wife because she does not earn enough cash?

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so going to the majistrate citing your wife not being willing to take it up the @rse could now be construed as reasonable grounds for divorce!!! :lol::lol::lol::lol:

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