Husband's Post About Having Wandering Eye Goes Viral For Amazing Reason
This guy's Facebook post goes from, “Whooooa, slow your roll, you creeper!” to, “D'AWWWWW!” faster than you can say,
Marriage is like super weird, right?
Husbands staring at women they shouldn't be staring at is an age-old problem in marriages.
These incidents are what easily lead to 70 percent of silent car rides home from Denny's and are responsible for most married guys knowing all the comfy ways to sleep on couches.
As he explained in a recent Facebook post, Salt Lake City's Jason Hewlett almost fell into the above category.
Or maybe he actually did? I don't know. This one is weird.
Kind of embarrassed to admit this, but I think I sort of cheated on my wife today. To explain what I mean, I was at... Posted by Jason Hewlett The Entertainer on Tuesday, December 1, 2015
In the post, Jason wrote,
Kind of embarrassed to admit this, but I think I sort of cheated on my wife today. To explain what I mean, I was at Target getting a few manly things, you know - eyebrow tweezers, toenail clippers, beard trimmers, mustache molding waxes, some beef jerky, sardines, trail mix, a loofah - and as I went to pay I saw this woman in line that knocked me out. I thought, 'Wow, some lucky guy is with her', and in a split second I realized it was my wife!
You need a Harvard law degree to figure out if that is cheating or not.
In Jason's defense, the story gets a lot more innocent after he stares at this "other woman." He wrote,
First off, I was taken aback by how amazingly beautiful she is once again. I believe I see it often, but today, not knowing she was at the store, I saw her with new eyes and just couldn't believe I get to be her fella. It made me blush -- but no one could see it under my huge monster Movember beard. Second, it amazed me that she didn't notice me in the slightest. This is both a good and a bad thing. Good in that she doesn't have a wandering eye. Good in that she didn't see the creepy dude with the overgrown mink on his face peering over her shoulder. But maybe that's bad, too, like what if it hadn't been me? I need to get her another can of mace just in case. But it was also bad because I realized how close I came to not ever winning her love in the first place, and the herculean efforts I had to make all those years ago to even get her attention just to say yes to one date! For a minute I felt that familiar grief of doom when I first saw her and knew well, that's impossible. But somehow I nabbed her despite my insecurities, inabilities, and imperfections. Third, I was ultimately so pleased to see her in complete confidence on this day, as the independent, capable, humble, fun, sweet, kind, awesome person she is. And then she grabbed her things and walked out the door. I never said anything, didn't flag her down, just watched her walk away, admiringly, knowing she's my wife and I love everything about this woman.
Cute? Not cute? IS JASON A DIRTY, CHEATING MONSTER??!?! You decide.