How to Steal a Wife

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Year:
2013
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Coffee?

Mhm...

How about "Good morning"?

Good morning.

Yesterday was great.

Fun.

Wasn't it? Ramutis, come on, talk to me.

So.

So... talk.

So I'm talking.

Well good, let's talk about what happened

last night. Why couldn't you sleep?

I saw you tossing and turning...

Everything's fine.

No it's not, Ramutis, I saw you.

Everything's fine.

Come on, I want to know

what's bothering you.

Well come on, 49 LTL for a steak.

You think that's normal?

49 LTL for a chunk of meat, I don't know,

you can buy a whole pig for that amount.

Ramutis... it's just once a year.

We celebrated our anniversary, went to a restaurant,

and now you're upset about how much it cost.

Come on... And that steak was delicious.

And you were so funny when you danced...

I had a great time yesterday.

"Valdas Bickus released from jail"?

Wait a minute...

"Investigators are still looking

for the missing 300 mill..."

Right, right.

"In his suicide note he

claims that he deeply regrets

placing all the blame on the head of the

financial department, Valdas Bickus.

Documents proving this were

left with the letter."

Right... What, he's innocent?

"When things got hard, his

wife left him after..."

"...soon after, she married Ramutis Taraila, a

physical education teacher from the same school."

Breaking news from Lithuania.

An unexpected turn in the big

international export bank affair.

New circumstances have

emerged and former head

of the bank's investment department Valdas

Bickus has been released from prison.

Bickus had been sentenced to

six years of imprisonment

when it was discovered that over 300 million

litas had disappeared from the bank.

In light of recent events, the

general prosecutor now says

that new physical evidence proves without

a doubt that Valdas Bickus is innocent.

Excuse me, would you mind answering a few

questions...

Are you going to go back to your wife?

Are you going to return to your family...?

Bickus was the only person

charged in the bank case.

Under the new circumstances, the

prosecution admits that the investigation

will have to be re-opened in order to

give the public an answer to the question

of where the more than 300 million

litas that disappeared is now.

We continue with news from Lithuania.

The economy.

With the Christmas

shopping boom approaching,

the question remains of how much Lithuanians

will be spending on gifts this year.

A trend has been observed for

several years now to allot...

Hi.

Hi.

So, how many?

7 articles.

Am I mentioned?

Yes.

As school principal Ramutis

Taraila or as your husband?

My husband.

Are there any comments?

Of course there are.

Are they good?

Ramutis, when are comments ever good?

You're a mess...

Go ahead, read them.

Are you sure?

Alright... so.

Vile traitor, betrayed

her innocent husband.

Betrayed her husband at the

very first chance. Bitch.

Lover of the good life. Right

from a banker to a principal.

Oh, this is definitely Vaicekauskiene,

she's on sick leave. Well, I'll show her.

Right... The principal is a dickhead.

Go on.

Vile traitor. Old bag. Nice, nice, nice... people

just write that stuff because they're jealous.

Go on, read the normal ones.

Disgusting broad, what do men see in her.

I don't know, I can't find any. When

are they going to release him anyway?

He's already been released.

Already?

I already told you that, Ramutis.

Are you scared?

Why should I be scared? I'm not

the one who stole his wife.

Well, hello, so I stole you...

You stole yourself.

What is he going to do to me?

What is he going to do to you?

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