Rielle (Husband) Hunter Releases New Book: Not A Homewrecker 101: A Guide To Pre-Discovering Failed Marriages

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Monday, 15 March 2010

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In an interview released this week, Ms. Hunter defended her "relationship" with former Presidential candidate and baby-daddy, John Edwards. In doing so she also mentioned that she is releasing a book on the matter of her discovery of John's marital woes, before either he, nor his ailing wife, Elizabeth Edwards knew.

"There were many signs," Ms. Husband-Hunter-future-Edwards said, "including his Aura, which my special camera lens was able to pick up. His hue showed a man about to be divorced. It was inevitable." Other indicators, in her opinion, for pre-discovering failing marriages were for any married man: bank account size, ego size (a presidential candidate is a shoe-in) and penis size. Ms Edwards (oops) Hunter says she has a special camera lens for the last one as well.

The last thing that helped her situation for which can only be for Presidential candidates is a crony who is willing to do ANYTHING (including claim paternity in front of his wife of his bosses love child) to help. "That", she said "was totally cool of him, talk about devotion, I think he was in love with Johnny as well."

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