Most people have their list of relationship rule breakers but woman has received a brutal online slamming after she shared a list of rules her husband needs to adhere to keep her happy.
Posting in closed Facebook group Get It Off Your Chest, the woman by the name of Rosiee said she was “rewriting my list of rules for my husband” and she wanted the group’s feedback because she was told her first lot was a bit “harsh”.
The woman asked for other members of the group to be honest with their opinions because she wanted it to be “fair”.
Rosiee’s list of rules included a ban on female friends, social media and even drinking. Her husband is only allowed to have single male mates — no one with a partner is acceptable. She also put a ban on smoking, video games and watching pornography.
And on the occasions he’s allowed to drink — “two times a year or less” — he must not get drunk. The husband must work a minimum of 50 hours a week and there’s no chance he can go to an event without her. To finish it off, he must also keep the house tidy “at all times”.
The controversial list sparked debate among group members, and it didn’t take long before there were over 1,200 comments on the thread, although some have questioned whether the list is for real or if the women is just joking.
Many readers were quick to point out the list was “unhealthy”, with one writing: “This is your husband right… I don’t think he agreed to be your slave when you married him. Put it this way if your husband said these were the rules for you what would that be deemed as..? This is unhealthy I would prepare yourself for a divorce love.”
Another reader accused the woman of being insecure, adding: “This must be a joke, I would leave. He’s a grown ass [sic] man he doesn’t need a list of “rules” I think your insecure and that will ruin your relationship quicker than an affair.”
“Yep, perfect! I couldn’t think of anything more at all! Ps, what did your last husband die of???” one commentator questioned.
However, one reader believed the rules were “more than fair”, adding: “You could put in a rule where if he goes out on his own then he has to agree to be back at the time you allocated and he has to tell you where he is going and who with… and you have to take him there and pick him up.”