Classy: Cheating Site Offers “Win A Divorce” Competition
12:30 pm, July 26th | by Amy Tennery
Sure, there are lots of “infidelity match” sites out there. And say what you want about cheating website Ashley Madison’s CEO Noel Biderman — but at least the guy’s deluded enough to think his cheating website is actually helping married couples stay together. The entrepreneur has famously called monogamy “a failed experiment” and argued that clandestine infidelity is the only way to keep a marriage together.
That’s not the attitude over at another cheating site, however, which is currently hosting a contest to help defray the cost of its members’ divorces. Classy stuff.
Maritalaffair.co.uk is offering £1,800 (or roughly $2,825) in its “Win A Divorce” competition. “I would like to call it a day, taste a new a life and enjoy a new pathway,” the website prompts on its sweepstakes page. What a hilariously sanitized depiction of divorce that is.
Whether this is intended as a preemptive cash-grab or a post-mortem divorce fund is anyone’s guess. But with a tagline like “Where The Grass Is Always Greener,” it’s easy to see where Marital Affair’s priorities are at.
Thankfully, all anyone has to do to enter the competition is provide his or her email address. One can only imagine how a “worthiest divorce” sweepstakes might go down.
H/T Daily Mail