My first week at the new job, I was running around the house getting ready, taking care of this and that, you know, the usual. I asked my husband if he would mind packing a lunch for me since he was in the kitchen packing his.
He packed my lunch alright.
Now, let me preface this by saying: I love my husband. He is hilarious and pranks like this remind me that he loves me enough to be playful with me, even after putting up with me for nearly 12 years now.
Within my lunch was this little gem:
It made me laugh.
It made me laugh a lot.
In fact, it made a lot of people laugh.
This Fancy Feast ended up #5 on BuzzFeed in the article 25 Husbands That Must Be Stopped, which is really hilarious to me. However, I have to say this: my husband is not what this subhead calls “Husbandus incompetentis”. While it is funny that this landed on BuzzFeed, it’s not funny that he was tagged as such and no, he shouldn’t be “stopped”. This tag has lead a lot of commenters on the site to go off on tangents about how these wives are ungrateful and need to do things for themselves and blah, blah. I’ll spare you the drama. Clearly, my pic is amongst many that are misrepresented within this article. I guess that stuff happens on the internet, right?
Get a good laugh at these images, and please keep in mind that these wives are likely not all complaining or annoyed or whatever else commenters are saying.
And next time someone wants to swipe my pic off Instagram for an article, I hope they decide to reconsider the context in which it’s used, because quite frankly, I’m a little irritated that this was used without my permission in such a context. If you want to use it, fine (asking permission would have been lovely and so easy), but don’t tag my husband as someone who needs stopped and as “incompetent”. Reconsider your title.
Good day! 🙂