"I Don't Really Get Her": Man Seeks Help over His 37-Year-Old Wife Watching Too Many Cartoons

"I Don't Really Get Her": Man Seeks Help over His 37-Year-Old Wife Watching Too Many Cartoons

  • A family man has lamented over his wife's addiction to cartoons, which is even more than their kids
  • According to him, she doesn't act her age and is so invested in animated movies that she keeps up with them when their children aren't home
  • He sought advise on what he could do to help his wife, adding that he feels something is wrong somewhere

A 37-year-old woman's cartoon addiction has affected her marriage as her husband is not happy about it.

In an anonymous message shared by Love&Pills on Facebook, the man noted that all his kids love cartoons but his wife's fondness for animated films is on another level.

Man, wife, cartoons
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He said she doesn't act like an adult

The confused man said he couldn't understand his wife's obsession with animated movies.

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He said it is so bad that she keeps up with cartoons when the kids are not around and updates them about what happened when they return.

"...Even when the kids aren't around, she'll be watching animated movies alone. Once they get home, she's going to narrate all she watched to them and even demonstrate with actions some funny/emotional scenes," he lamented.

He thinks something is wrong with his wife

According to the man, something must be wrong with his wife. While admitting that she has not failed in her roles as a wife and mother to his kids, he reiterated his worry that he felt she should have grown past cartoons.

He appealed for help to fix the cartoon problem. In his words:

"I feel like something is wrong, I don't really get her sometimes. She doesn't even watch the movies I want us to watch together unless I really encourage her. She acts like me not watching those their cartoons with them, I'm missing out on something great.

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"Is there something I can do to help her?"

Social media users found nothing wrong with his wife

Mercy Nyam said:

"There's nothing wrong with that. Means you have the best kind of wife and ur kids have the coolest mom ever. At least they have things they like in common and can discuss together, she will definitely have a good connection and communication with her kids."

Nancho Mphale said:

"I can relate she is a good mother she make her house for the kids to feel comfortable I love this."

Anna Belle said:

"Omg, what a wonderful wife you've got.
"Cherish what you've got man, she's Awesome."

Nasius Mawunyo said:

"She's making memories with her kids, you're missing out. She's building a strong bond with them. Join them and enjoy the moments."

F.K. Boadi said:

"Just join the fun in the house man. If you can't beat them join them. All things being equal, some cartoons are very nice and educative. As long as it's not affecting her work and responsibility as a wife it should be cool with you. That's also a means to be close to your kids, being part of what they love. You need to compromise and fit in with them, trust me, you'll be fine."

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Man says wife denies him bedroom enjoyment

In a related report, a man cried out that his wife had been denying him bedroom enjoyment.

In a story that has gone viral on X, the man said his wife is always complaining, giving him reasons why they cannot copulate.

He said he and his wife had their last child three years ago, but she insisted there would be no copulation without protection.

The man only sees his wife once in two weeks because he lives and works in Lagos.

Man frustrated over wife's attitude

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man had complained about his wife's behaviour.

He said he had heard that the last-borns are often spoiled and lazy by their parents and siblings, and his wife confirmed his fears.

She refused to do basic household chores such as cooking, cleaning, and washing since they exchanged marital vows.

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The husband added that he had observed this attitude in her before their marriage, but his wife had always reassured him that she would change for the better after they became husband and wife.

Source: Legit.ng

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