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Timeshia Brown newspaper ad: $25 ad is sweetest revenge on cheating husband ever

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Timeshia Brown’s newspaper ad has been published across the world and is being called “the sweetest revenge” on a cheating husband ever. In her newspaper ad, a Texas woman named Timeshia Brown is congratulating her husband to his new baby. Only at the end of the ad does the reader find out that the congratulations are not for the baby that he is having with his wife -- but with his mistress. According to a March 4, 2014, Huffington Post report in its Divorce section, “this cheating husband won’t be too happy when he sees the newspaper ad.”

The full newspaper ad reads:

“I would like to say congratulations to Shara Cormier and Patrick Brown. They are expecting a baby. Hope you both are really in love and I hope it works out. Always, Patrick’s wife, Timeshia Brown.”

When Timeshia Brown found out that her husband was cheating on her and that his mistress was expecting a baby, she could have yelled at him, she could have thrown their wedding dishes at him, or she could have posted some accusations on social media sites. Instead, she played it nice -- and paid for a congratulatory newspaper ad.

By publicly congratulating him of becoming a father, Timeshia Brown has shown that “hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.”

According to some media reports, Timeshia Brown paid $25 for the newspaper ad which was first circulating around east Texas where mistress Shara Cormier allegedly lives. The ad was initially posted on a Reddit forum by user kavien, who said he found it on Facebook.

Even though Timeshia Brown’s newspaper ad has become the subject of jokes and speculations, one can agree with the German newspaper Bild which describes the ad in a few simple words, “the sweetest revenge ever.”



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