A newly single mother of two has put a unique spin on selling the suburban Oregon home she once shared with her ex-husband.

"Husband left us for a 22-year-old," the sign outside Elle Zober's Beaverton, Ore. home reads. "House for sale by scorned, slightly bitter, newly single owner."

And one more thing: "Adulterers need not apply."

According to KPTV, Zober and her husband of 10 years recently divorced after she discovered that he'd been having an affair with another woman -- a "22 year old college student who likes yoga... and, other people's husbands," according to Zober's website. The three-bedroom home is listed for $189,940.

But Zober swears that her attention-getting sales pitch was not intended for revenge; it's merely "truth in advertising." She told KPTV that she even got her ex-husband's approval before putting the sign up.

"Sure I'm angry, and every bit as sad as the sign suggests," Zober writes on her website. "But I'm also equally grateful for the life I do have and I know that the best the way to more forward for all of us is to focus on that. Hence my quirky marketing For Sale By Owner plan."

Zober isn't the first woman to get resourceful in the face of a split -- and to draw a lot of attention from the neighborhood in the process. In May, a Superior, WI woman caused a traffic jam when she held a "X-husband" sale in her front yard. The unconventional yard sale included piles of her ex-husband's stuff and a SUV with flattened tires that was painted with obscenities and the word "cheater."

Click through the slideshow below for other strange but true divorce stories.

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  • Kidney Catastrophe

    Is it appropriate to ask your ex to return a gift post-divorce? This Long Island surgeon certainly thinks so. He gave his wife a kidney while they were married. But after she filed for divorce in July 2005, <a href="http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?section=news/local&id=6591415" target="_hplink">he wanted it back</a>.

  • Mama's Boy

    A young Italian groom was so unready to leave his mother's side, he brought her on his honeymoon in January this year. His unimpressed bride <a href="http://old.news.yahoo.com/s/ac/20110129/lf_ac/7728736_motherinlaw_destroys_italian_couples_marriage" target="_hplink">asked for a divorce three weeks later</a>.

  • Getting Her Goat

    Steve Killeen and his wife already had a dog, but she wanted more pets. One day, she saw photos of baby goats online and decided she had to have one. But after they split in October 2009, <a href="http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/money/money-matters/man-who-got-his-wifes-goat-in-bizarre-divorce-settlement/story-fn300aev-1225788539626" target="_hplink">her ex-husband got her goat</a>. Literally.

  • Walled In

    This couple agreed to divorce in 2007, but neither would move out their marital home. Tired of their arguments, a judge ordered the couple to <a href="http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17856207/from/RS.1" target="_hplink">split the house in half</a>--by building a wall through it.

  • Was It My Crow's Feet?

    This woman got married at age 30, but told her husband she was just 24. Ten years into their marriage, in November 2007, <a href="http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2007-11/28/content_6284496.htm" target="_hplink">he found out about the lie</a>--and asked for a divorce.

  • Grown Up Grounded

    One man <a href="http://newyorkdivorcenews.com/child-support-violations-leads-to-unusual-ruling/331028/" target="_hplink">failed to pay child support</a>, to the tune of $14,000, last June. To control his spending, a judge took away his TV, internet, magazine, cell phone and newspaper privileges.

  • Tattle Tale

    What would you do if your pet bird started to say things like "divorce" or "be patient"? In June 2001, <a href="http://archives.cnn.com/2001/WORLD/asiapcf/east/06/19/china.bird/index.html" target="_hplink">those phrases</a> proved to one woman that her husband had been unfaithful--and that was grounds for divorce.

  • What's Mine Is Yours

    This couple had a hard time deciding who would get the farm after they split in 2008. To solve the problem--and ensure that his ex-wife got her fair share--<a href="http://www.reuters.com/article/2008/04/04/us-serbia-divorce-idUSL0317448420080404" target="_hplink">this farmer used a grinder</a> to cut his farm equipment in half.

  • Phallic Faux Pas

    Size mattered <em>too</em> much <a href="http://www.metro.co.uk/weird/241571-man-faces-divorce-after-penis-extension-breaks-during-sex" target="_hplink">for this man</a>. His wife split in 2008 after a prosthetic penis extension snapped off during sex.

  • Splitting The Assets

    After divorcing his wife of 18 years in October 2008, Moeun Sarim wanted exactly 50 percent of his marital assets. To collect his share, he gathered up his tools, called his relatives for help and <a href="http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/27113959/ns/world_news-weird_news/t/cambodians-saw-house-divorce-settlement/" target="_hplink">sawed his house in half</a>. His ex-wife still lives on her side.

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