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They say you should never air your dirty laundry in public, but sometimes revealing something to the wider world is worth it.
No more so than in the case of these posts, written by frustrated and tongue-in-cheek husbands and wives, who are playing up to the idea that they’re being pushed towards boiling point.
Rough times and smooth: Everyone knows marriage comes with some compromise
Dirty laundry: Twitter is filled with clever, funny husbands and wives writing about each other
Tongue in cheek: The tones are often ironic, and re-tweeted thousands of times (pictured)
Hilarious: The tweets are funny and realistic in nature, as many couples will identify with the subject of loading the dishwasher correctly (pictured)
Most of the tweets are re-tweeted and ‘liked’ thousands of times, with many other spouses totally relating to them.
Popular: The tweets have other spouses totally relating to them
Going viral: The ones that resonate the most with people are simple but commonplace
Both husbands and wives have taken to Twitter to speak of their other halves online, and the hilarious snippets prove that there is no better place to show how clever you are than the social media site.
Topics of the tweets range from household budgets and house keys, to knowing ‘which hand towels you can use and which ones are for the better people who visit’, as well as domestic disputes, over-spending and illness.
Never has the phrase ‘a happy wife equals a happy life’ felt more apt.
Other half: Both husbands and wives have taken to Twitter to speak about their spouses
Too true: They are proof that Twitter is a great place to be clever
Little things: Topics of the tweets range from household budgets and house keys to subtle digs at men (pictured) and women