Comedy Club resident Garik Kharlamov published in Instagram “The shortest and most beautiful fairy tale”, the hero of which, having heard the refusal of his beloved to marry him, decides to live alone and becomes happy.
“There was once a prince who once asked a beautiful princess:“ Will you marry me? ” And she answered: “… No!” And the prince lived happily ever after, went hunting and fishing, met with friends every day, drank a lot of beer, and got drunk on snot, and played golf, and threw his socks around the palace, ”the tale says.
The hero of the story also stopped lowering the toilet lid, had sexual relations with maids, neighbors and girlfriends, sang in the shower, let gas “whenever he pleases”, belched loudly and “scratched his balls.” “A man’s tale,” stated Kharlamov.
The comic’s subscribers noted in the comments that the princess, after she said no, can also live according to a similar scenario for the rest of her days. One of the subscribers joked, calling it no surprise that Kharlamov’s wife left.
In October, Kharlamov divorced actress Christina Asmus after seven years of marriage. According to the comedian, the relationship had been moving towards divorce for a long time; at some point, the couple realized that they were “just different people.” The couple have a daughter, six-year-old Anastasia.