He Refused To Help His Wife. However See What His Wife Does.

This fictional story follows newlyweds who have recently moved into a new house together. Usually couples go through a “honeymoon” stage of their marriage where everything seems like it perfect and they have intense feelings of attraction and ecstasy. This phase of a marriage can last different amounts of time for each couple, but it seems to be even shorter than normal for this husband and wife.
The wife just wants to get some help from her husband, but he simply disregards what she wants and makes up flimsy excuses for why he can’t help. Instead of arguing back, this wife decides to show her husband just how much she dislikes his actions. Check out the story to see how it all plays out.

A newlywed couple just moved into their new house.

One day, the wife asked her husband, “Honey, one of the bathroom pipes is leaking. Could you fix it?”

The husband looked at his wife and said, “Wh0 do I look like — Mr. Plumber?”

A few days went by, and his wife asked for a favor. “Honey, the car won’t start. I think it needs a new battery. Could you change it for me?”

“Who do I look like — Mr. Goodwrench?”

A couple weeks later, the wife found a leak in the roof. “Honey, there’s a leak on the roof. Can you please fix it?”

“Who do I look like — Bob Vila?” He sat down with a beer and watched a game on TV.

One rainy weekend, the husband realized the leak on the roof was gone. He went to the bathroom and found that the pipe behind the sink wasn’t leaking anymore either. When his wife returned home, the husband asked, “Honey, how come there aren’t any more leaks and the car’s running?”

She replied nonchalantly, “Oh, the other day I ran into one of our new neighbors, Jon. What a nice man. He came over and fixed everything.”

“Wow, did he charge us anything?”

“No, he said he’d do it for free if I either baked him a cake or had sex with him.”

“Cool. What kind of cake did you make?”

“Cake? Who the hell do I look like — Betty Crocker?”

 

Source: Orphaned Work, Shutterstock/Air Images, and Scientific America

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