Did A Woman File For Divorce Over The Disney Movie Frozen? Top 5 Crazy Divorce Stories

Introduction:

Whatever happened to compromise in a marriage? Are we living in a world where divorce is the only solution? Is it now the new normal to want out of a marriage for self-seeking reasons?

According to Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, The Divorce rate: 3.6 per 1,000 population (44 reporting States and D.C.)

Studies have shown that the person who does the leaving usually makes a quicker adjustment quicker than the one who was left.

Reports also indicate that the one who files the divorce has suffered through the pain prior to making the final decision. Psychologist have found that those who file for divorce usually try to stick it out, but the discomfort in the marriage eventually becomes too unbearable.

Divorces surrounding physical or verbal abuse as well as extramarital affairs are understandable.

The following reasons why people filed for divorce is in-comprehensible. Take a look at the top 5 crazy divorce stories.

She Let Him Go!

Did a woman divorce her husband because he did not enjoy the movie, 'Frozen'?
Did a woman divorce her husband because he did not enjoy the movie, 'Frozen'? | Source

# 5 Douglas Rae Files For Divorce On The Grounds That His Wife Susan, Kept Messing With The TV Antenna & Throwing Away His Cold Cuts.

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Don't Touch My Cold Cuts Woman, Or I'm Filing For Divorce!

This divorce took place in England. Even though Susan tried to appeal the divorce, the judge sided on behalf of Mr. Rae.

Under current English law, divorces are granted only under one of five categories, including adultery and abandonment. About half of the cases fall under the heading of a broad category called unreasonable behavior, in which one party has to accuse the other of acting so unreasonably that living together has become intolerable.


I feel that this couple could have worked through their differences, if they could have held out just a bit longer for flat screen television, no rabbit ears needed. And...I really don't have a solution for the cold cuts. I don't know what was going on in that department.

# 4. Woman Files For Divorce Because Her Husband Refused To Wear Underwear

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Fruit of the Loom Men's 5 pack low rise collection fashion brief

Cover Up Or I'm Leaving!

The couple had only been married for a year, however Emese Nagy of Romania filed for divorce from her husband, Tamas, because he would not wear underwear. Tamas shared that undies make him feel uncomfortable.

Um...perhaps he should try boxers?


#3. Man Files For Divorce Because His Wife Kept Forcing Him To Eat Cake For Every Meal

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Alison Breskin | Source

Cake Anyone?

Cheung Yu claims his wife, Tian Mae, has forced him to eat cake for every meal over the course of their marriage. The cakes that Tian prepared ranged from sweet cake to chocolate cake. He had warned his wife many times to stop baking. But plea fell upon deaf ears, which led him to file for divorce.

My kids would love Tian Mae! Cake for every meal? Wow! What A fun lady.

#2 Woman Files For Divorce, Because Her Husband Took His Mom On Their Honeymoon

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Kaz Bride Woman Girl Female Lady Beautiful Art | Source

Do You Really Have To Take Your Mom On Our Honeymoon?

Italian families stick together, and most women are opened to a large loving family and caring mother-in-law… however Marianna hit the roof when her mother-in-law who lived next door to the couple prior to marriage ended up joining them on their honeymoon to Paris. Stefano shared that he could not leave his frail mother in Italy because she was sick, however Marianna could care less, she filed for divorce a month after the wedding.

#1 Woman Divorces Her Husband Because He Did Not Like The Disney Movie "Frozen" She Let Him Go!

Frozen - Disney Movie Poster
Frozen - Disney Movie Poster | Source

I Guess Divorce Never Bothered Her Anyway?

There is no doubt that the movie Frozen is Disney’s latest classic. It’s a great movie with a unique storyline. The Oscar winning song “Let It Go!” is a catchy and powerful tune. Taken in over a billion dollars makes it one the most watched Disney animated movies of all times

However, a 29 year old woman out of Japan may have taken this movie to heart. A 31-year old man shared on a message board called Kikonsha no Hakaba in English called, (Gravesite of Married People) that his wife became obsessed with the movie; she was upset to discover that her husband was not so impressed. She responded, “If you can’t understand what makes this movie great, there’s something wrong with you as a human being." The woman filed for divorce and moved in with her parents.


Great Movie! Very Touching Classic Disney Film

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Bk42author 2 years ago from New York

Wow! Those are some ridiculous people. Although I can't blame the one woman for being mad about bringing another person on their honeymoon...but shouldn't have they discussed this prior to getting married?


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swilliams 2 years ago from Arizona Author

I know Bk42author! Great to hear from you! I wonder did the mother-in-law jump out of the closet! She could have screamed "Surprise!" And the bride was thinking, "I want divorce!" Who knows how it all went down.

Did you ever get the chance to go on your tropical vacation?


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marieloves 2 years ago from Canada

These are such absurd reasons for divorce! But cake everyday? Sounds kinda like a sweet deal. ;) Rated funny and thumbs up!


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swilliams 2 years ago from Arizona Author

Hi Marie! The cake must have been a sweet deal! I do agree! Thanks for the funny vote up!

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