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Wyoming forces single mothers to provide child support receipts & Facebook passwords to exes


CHEYENNE, WY – In a controversial move by the state court, all female recipients of child support are to surrender proof of their child support spendings to their children’s fathers, along with access to Facebook accounts.


“It’s about time,” says one man, who took his fourth sick day this month to attend the hearing. “I work hard for that $250 I give her to take care of all my kids. Just because they’re fed and clothed doesn’t mean she should spend $1 of that on herself, even if it’s her own money.”

“I agree,” chimed in another man, who does not appear to be someone a woman would procreate with. “I know she’s talking to other guys on Facebook and now I’ll know for sure. That damn Craig at her work with the muscles and ponytail. Now I’ll know if she’s out sucking 20 dicks like I always accuse her of.”

The rest of the men who came out to support the hearing chanted out in a chorus; “We don’t care if she’s seeing other guys. No. We just want to know. Oh. We just want to know. Oh.”


8 comments on “Wyoming forces single mothers to provide child support receipts & Facebook passwords to exes

  1. mindy
    August 5, 2016

    Funny he said $250.00 for ALL his children smh an as for social media password that’s ludicrous who cares how man dicks she sucks that’s her business as long as no harm is coming to the children


  2. michelle
    July 11, 2016

    I can understand providing receipts but my social media passwords is none of your damn business. I don’t get a dime in child support. He’s currently behind a little over ten grand.


  3. i agree with the child support thing but if it is your EX, why does he have to know what you are doing. An EX is an EX for a reason.


  4. Lol
    March 10, 2016

    $250 a month for child support? LMFAO maybe 50 years ago


  5. Pingback: Wyoming forces single mothers to provide child support receipts & Facebook passwords to exes – Moonshine Method

  6. Misty
    February 19, 2016

    Are… Are you serious? Please people, look up the definition of “satire”


  7. Julie
    February 17, 2016

    I don’t think being held accountable for spending the money one is given to care for children actually on them rather than oneself is even in the same ballpark as giving out private social media logins. Even conflating the two in a joke article does a disservice to the children not having their child support spent to take care of them.


  8. sarah
    February 16, 2016

    this has to be bullshit


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