A man has made a name for himself by sharing all the “hilarious” things that he has had to apologize to his wife for doing over the years, which has led to mixed comments as people laugh, agree, or think the couple really just aren’t meant to be if he’s constantly apologizing for seemingly-normal things.
The husband, who goes by the name Leighton on social media, has left viewers in stitches over his deadpan comedic timing and explanations of the crimes he’s committed, such as breathing too loudly.
“I went upstairs for the night without announcing it,” he shared in one video, adding, “I’m currently working on a solo performance, like the scene in The Sound of Music where they do a big number on their way to bed.”
He went on, “Next, I applied the brakes in order to save our lives, but I underestimated the trauma the change in momentum would create for her.”
“A guy in a show we were watching cheated on his wife, and this lead to a detailed explanation of what would happen to me in that situation,” Leighton added.
He continued in another video, “I also used the kitchen the same day it was being cleaned once — but never again.”
“I had to apologize because I sprained my ankle and had a moon boot,” the comedic husband said. “But I was walking too loudly up the stairs; clearly, the thing to do would be to lay down on my good leg and silently drag my body up the stairs using the railing.”
Another time, he said, “I was standing in the kitchen when she wanted to open a drawer in front of me. Obviously, I should’ve dove out of the way as soon as I sensed her lightest movement.”
“I also made a mistake last night when I was cutting my steak. I let my knife touch the plate for a fraction of a second and had to apologize profusely.”
A number of folks can’t get enough of the ridiculously long list of reasons Leighton has apologized to his wife.
“I absolutely agree with 100% of the things that upset your wife. She deserved all those apologies!” one commenter said.
Another woman mused, “This is so funny, I wish my husband apologized every time he upset me.”
Many others, however, thought that their marriage was unhealthy if he had to apologize for so many seemingly nonsensical reasons.
A concerned commenter wrote, “This is not funny or healthy at all.”
“Absolutely ridiculous – he shouldn’t have to apologize for using the kitchen,” another added.