Nyack, New York - Rosie O'Donald and Kelli Carpenter were married in San Francisco back in 2004 and are possibly contemplating a divorce. But could they even if they wanted to? The Supreme Court is already clearing their docket.
You see, while gay marriages have been acknowledged by a few states and cites, no one ever thought to pass any kind of legislation for Gay Divorce. This is due to the liberal worship of homosexuals, thus not conceiving that gays and lesbians could ever be wrong about anything.
As things stand now, no homosexual can get divorced, making them, ironically, the only lifetime marriages in the United States.
"We're at a loss.", said Glen Beckman of The Advocate. "We fought so long and hard for the right to get married, we forgot to plan on what we'd do if we changed our minds."
Legal experts are divided, but generally believe that Rosie and Kelli may be stuck with each other. And that whom Mammon has joined, no man may tear asunder.
While the Supremes will wait until Rosie or Kelli specifically petitions for a divorce, they have said that they will schedule a hearing immediately when they do.