A woman has given new meaning to the term 'overprotective' after running a list of rules for her husband past the internet.
The woman asked friends if she had "missed any" rules for her husband ahead of him attending a friend's bachelor party. Her post was promptly screenshotted and reposted into a popular 'wedding shaming' Facebook group.
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"Not wedding shaming but bachelor party shaming," the screenshotter captioned the post, which has since racked up more than 1500 likes and 1300 comments.
"So hubby has been invited to a bachelor party, I'm more than happy for him to go but we are Christians so I was thinking of writing a list of rules for all the men to follow," the woman began the list of 10 rules.
Some are potentially expected, "No illegal drugs, no strippers" - but some others had people scratching their heads.
"No alcohol, (hubby doesn't drink and alcohol leads to bad choices), no swearing, no hurting each other (including play wrestling)," were some other commands she was ready issue.
"Have I missed anything?" she finished the post.
However, after some assumedly negative feedback, she later posted an amendment.
"Okay guys I have taken your feedback and you're right, I can't control him once he leaves the house, I can't control his friends so I've decided just to not let him go."
Responses to the post in the wedding shaming group were pretty one-sided. While many saw the funny side others called it "grossly abusive and controlling".
"I hope that this is a joke," one person commented.
"No women at all. Guess they're not allowed to go anywhere in public lest they encounter one," pointed out another.
"Sounds like a bangin' bible study is all they can have to celebrate," wrote another.
And one woman captioned all of our sentiments: "I'm going to show this to my husband so he can see how chill I am."
It's not the first time a list of rules has made the headlines. Earlier this year, one man's list of Tinder rules caused an online backlash, and another mother says her friends cut her off after she didn't attend their child-free wedding.