This Guy's Wife Rudely Left Him. What He Did With Her Wedding Dress Is EPIC.

Sup Travellers?! Kevin Cotter of Tucson AZ was "happily" married to his wife for 12 years but one day she just left, taking all of her belongings out of their home. However, she left one thing behind: her wedding dress.

When he asked her what he should do with the dress worth nearly $1,000, she had only one response. "Whatever the f&*k you want."

Cotter happily obliged and decided to do whatever the f*&k he wanted to do with it. He created a blog called "My Ex Wife's Wedding Dress" and displayed all the things he f*&king did with it.

The next month, when his brother asked him to go hunting, Kevin took the dress along. And that was just the beginning.




Anybody up for some sumo?


Yarr, it was the Curse of the Black-hearted Wife.


It's a bride! It's a pain!... oh no, it's just a newly single and awesome guy.


He also turned it into a work of art.


Oddly enough, no one in the restaurant noticed or cared.


Then, he protected the interior of his car.


He also tried washing cars, but it turns out that wedding dresses don't hold water very well.


You see, it's helpful because the bustle holds up the end of the dress and keeps it from dragging the floor.


Kevin is now the world record holder for wedding dress jumps (that's 37, by the way).


The only downside to using it as a parachute is that a wedding dress is all heavy and made from expensive materials.


Which makes it great at blocking sunlight.


People suggested using it as a slip 'n slide. Little did they know, it was actually not great sliding material. At least he tried.


The dress wasn't stiff enough to stand up well in the desert sand, but it was better than nothing.


The dress worked surprisingly well as a tow rope (helping him tow an SUV for over a mile).


Need to carry a baby or a dog? Easy.


This was Kevin's first attempt at yoga. He couldn't exactly place why standing on his ex's wedding dress was so satisfying.


Tucson, AZ, hosts a Day of the Dead celebration every year. His costume was a smash hit.


He didn't think the dress-hammock would support his weight, but voila: one of the best uses for the dress yet.