Marriage is about love, and commitment, and dedicating your life to caring for and about another person, through thick and thin. We all know the vows, “for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health,” etc. It’s not easy to build a lasting marriage, and it requires sacrifice and compromise, but above all, it needs to be built on a foundation of trust.
But if that fails, go ahead and get yourself a safe.
That’s what one soon-to-be husband did, but it’s probably not the kind of safe you’re thinking of. Stacey Lowe took to Facebook to post a photo of her fiance’s safe, which he’s using to store his most treasured belongings. No, not money, or jewelry, or bearer bonds. Dave Lowe’s safe is full of chocolate.
Did I mention it’s a fridge safe?
Apparently, Dave was fed up with his fiancee repeatedly stealing his chocolate, so he had a fridge safe installed to protect his precious. She didn’t take to kindly to his efforts, and posted an image to Facebook, complete with some choice words to describe her man, specifically, “arsehole” and “prick!”
Her entire caption reads:
“So this is what it has come too! You buy a house together, have a child together, get engaged, are planning a wedding and doing your house up and this happens! Dave goes and buys a fucking fridge safe because he’s an arsehole and doesn’t want to share his chocolate with me anymore! Anyone want him? Surely this is breakup material right?! Prick!”
She was also kind enough to tell us where Dave got his Fridge Safe.
She seems pretty upset with her dude, and she’s struck a chord with her post, as it has garnered over 100,000 comments and nearly 60,000 shares since it was posted last week. Couple everywhere are tagging their partners, sometimes to warn them against installing a safe, or letting them know what things may come to if they keep stealing their snacks!
Stacey’s post seems fairly lighthearted, but that didn’t stop some angry commenters from suggesting she “smash that shit wide open” with a bat, or chucking it all in the rubbish so no one can have any. Which seems like it would cause more conflict for the not-yet-married couple. But this surely isn’t the first fight, and it won’t be their last!
Luckily, my wife and I prefer different junk food, so we don’t need the safe – at least not to protect them from each other. But this is definitely a great solution for parents whose kids are constantly sneaking my snacks!
If you want to grab one of these bad boys for yourself, they’re available on Amazon for $39.99.
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