Woman puts ‘House, Toilet-trained’ husband up for sale

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At times there comes a point in one’s married life that one feels so exhausted and irritated with their life-partner that it goes to point of no return.

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Same situation happened with one woman who got so fed up with her husband that she even put up her husband on sale on Facebook.

Teresa Turner, 34, advertised her husband Rob for free to anyone. She put him for sale with some marketing gimmicks involved like “house trained and toilet-trained” husband for sale, reported SWNS.

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Within hours, her post got more than 300 reactions. Teresa’s husband Rob even replied to it, saying: “Brilliant. Do I get my tea cooked too?”

Teresa, a hospital supervisor, decided to flog her husband of four years after he repeatedly played her an “annoying and aggravating” video.

Misophonia – a term used to describe sensitivity towards certain irritating noises to the human ear. Here, Teresa also became the victim of misophonia as she hates specific sounds like people eating loudly.

Rob, professional carpet cleaner and insurance salesman, said, “I just found this video of a person crunching really loudly, and she told me to stop playing it. I just played it to her over and over again, so she went upstairs and then I just saw this notification on Facebook saying I was for sale or something.”

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Rob was amused to read Teresa’s post, which says: “I have a 33-year-old husband that is no longer needed due to getting on my nerves. I don’t want any money he is Free. He is house-trained and toilet-trained. First to collect!”

Teresa confessed of her husband’s other irritating habits including leaving smelly socks around the house and teasing her repeatedly.

On the other hand, Rob said, “She’s always telling me to do the washing up, cut the grass. She even cut up my football boots so that I wouldn’t play football. It was because I’d broken my leg twice though and I’m not supposed to run, so it was from a good place, really.”

But many women responded to the Facebook status, some asking if Rob could be dropped to the pub instead of being collected.

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Teresa was baffled that her husband received some positive response, with one user asking if Rob came with a 30-day return policy. But a week after Teresa’s post, Rob confessed: “No one’s come to the house to collect me.”

The couple is happily married and recently celebrated their fourth anniversary with a romantic dinner.

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