Photo via Lonnie Turner/Facebook

This dude just wants his wife and mistress to get along

Is that too much to ask?

 

Lyz Lenz

IRL

Published Jul 8, 2016   Updated May 26, 2021, 11:50 am CDT

Lonnie Turner is just a regular guy who wants a stack of fat bills on his bed and his wife and mistress to get along. Is that too much to ask?

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Turner took this question to Facebook recently, tagging both his wife and his mistress in the same photo and writing:

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These two better learn to get along. I work extremely hard, and I think I deserve to have everything my little heart desires. Why have a cake & can’t eat it??? I want multiple cakes‼️ #Wife #Chic #BestOfBothWorlds

The answer to his question, if we can accurately judge from the comments on Facebook is, “Are you out of your mind?”

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But Turner isn’t running his life by democracy and remains cool in the face of all of the “WTFs” being levied at him. In the comments, he showed he was a man who can confidently humble brag and eat a ton of cake, too.  

See Selfie Exhibit A: 

Screengrab via Lonnie Turner/Facebook

And Selfie Exhibit B: 

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Screengrab via Lonnie Turner/Facebook

He also responded by posting a picture of money spread all over a bed, writing:

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A friend of mine sent this pic to me a while back, and it has been my daily motivation to push hard and come up with master plans. I feel I should have this coming in every week or even every day for that matter. When people are successful in what they do, life is pretty sweet. You never have to settle for basic life. I’ve done well. That’s why I have #Choices💯 

The day after his now-viral Facebook post, he also shared this bit of inspiration.

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Sure, everyone’s free to do their own thing. But that also means the ladies have a say in how they decide how to run their lives—and whether they’d like their images to go viral—too, Lonnie. 

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*First Published: Jul 8, 2016, 2:11 pm CDT