'No female friends, no social media, no getting drunk' - woman's list of demands for her husband goes viral
A new wife has baffled the Internet after sharing a controversial list of rules her husband must stick to now that they are married.
The woman, who lives in Australia, shared the list to the Facebook group “Get it off you chest”, having been told that her previous list of marital demands was “a bit harsh.”
Turning to social media users to offer their “honest opinions” on the new list, she also asked if there should be any others added.
But the excessive list sparked a huge debate online with hundreds of users expressing their surprise about the list of marital musts.
The wife, who is known only as Rosiee, claims her husband should have no female friends and work for a minimum of 50 hours a week.
Other ‘rules’ include no social media (clearly something she doesn’t need to abide by herself), keeping the house clean at all times and no going out without her.
Her husband is also not permitted to drink more than two times a year and not get drunk and he is also banned from playing Playstation and watching porn.
The list of rules
No female friends
No social media
No male friends with partners. Must be single males only.
Must work minimum 50 hours a week
Can drink but only 2 times a year or less and not get drunk
No Playstation/game machines
Must keep house clean at all times
No going out without me
Unsurprisingly people had something to say about the draconian list, with some questioning the ‘trust’ in the couple’s relationship.
Others thought the list so excessive they questioned if it could in fact be fake.
It isn’t the first time a bridezilla had courted headlines recently.
Last month, a bride-to-be caused a stir after asking friends to battle it out to win a spot in her wedding party, based on completing a list of tasks.
Another over-the-top bride sparked an online furore after giving her friends who attended her hen party an itemised bill.
Taking to Reddit to share a screenshot of a message from the bride, Sarah, entitled ‘bachelorette expenses’, one of the bridal party wrote: “So I received an invoice from the bachelorette party.”
Within the message, Sarah had listed the total cost of every outlay from the hen do including food, décor and gifts for the bride.
Also last month a bride-to-be was dubbed the ‘Facebook Bridezilla‘ after complaining about wedding well-wishers.
In the Facebook post, which was later screenshot and circulated on Mumsnet under the title ‘Facebook Bridezilla’, the woman launched a scathing attack on those who had shown interest in her upcoming nuptials.
The Internet was also recently shocked when a bridesmaid was fired by a close friend after being diagnosed with a chronic disease – and talking about it too much in the run up to the wedding. Nice!
And back in September a shell-shocked wedding guest shared a list of demands from a so-called bridezilla that left social media reeling.
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