Twitter user Lizzie Swann's husband has a bad habit: he's always leaving his empty wrappers on the kitchen counter instead of just throwing them away!
After her repeated attempts to get him to stop, he decided to turn his litter into a local art exhibit so the wrappers couldn't be removed.
Me: Husband, please stop leaving empty wrappers on the kitchen surface. Husband: https://t.co/BdfFCVVN4R— Lizzie Swann (@Lizzie Swann)1553626065.0
Swann's followers could understand her frustration—on the one hand, the art "installation" was a hilarious bit.
On the other hand...JUST THROW YOUR TRASH AWAY!
@LizzieSwann1 🤣 but also 😤— Rebecca Tomlin (@Rebecca Tomlin)1553627311.0
@BeckyTomlin1 I know, why is there no 'annoyed laughing' emoji?— Lizzie Swann (@Lizzie Swann)1553627787.0
Husband: 'the depressing thing is, this is probably now the most widely-read thing I've ever written'— Lizzie Swann (@Lizzie Swann)1553630330.0
A mixture of wittiness and frustration is the perfect recipe for love.
@LizzieSwann1 I can, sort of, both see why you married him, and why you might bury him in the garden one day.— Grungnisson (@Grungnisson)1553681301.0
Some really don't understand contemporary art, even if were literally shoved under their noses... https://t.co/Jsc5CwuUFx— Roland Pierik (@Roland Pierik)1553676227.0
Some Twitter users felt Swann's husband had captured the contemporary art scene almost TOO perfectly.
I've literally been to exhibits like this. https://t.co/ywJnZjEhCE— Jennifer West (@Jennifer West)1553671245.0
@LizzieSwann1 @nunblogger Sad part is, some modern art museum would buy this, or at least display it.— Peace Pines Studio (@Peace Pines Studio)1553645195.0
Perhaps Swann's husband was trying to make a point all along...
@LizzieSwann1 While this piece affirms an internal humanity, the expression and context ultimately shows a misanthr… https://t.co/FOiHjd14ge— Bouncing Blue Bolshevik (@Bouncing Blue Bolshevik)1553689988.0
More importantly, how is Swann intending to retaliate to her husband's prank?
@LizzieSwann1 Put them in his suit pockets— Max Hardy (@Max Hardy)1553635856.0
@maxbarrister This would be an excellent idea if owned a suit... I'll try it with his ancient, holey jeans!— Lizzie Swann (@Lizzie Swann)1553636964.0
Whatever she does, it will have to be good! Twitter was already in tears over the art "placard."
@LizzieSwann1 This is hysterical and exactly the sort of thing my husband would do if he’d ever bothered to come to an art museum with me.— Minor Baroness of Prussia (@Minor Baroness of Prussia)1553643621.0
@LizzieSwann1 https://t.co/PE76Y5V7Xa— Peter Durfee (@Peter Durfee)1553686295.0
@LizzieSwann1 I want to follow him. This is hysterical!!!!! Touche. But he forgot the eco version. It is also a com… https://t.co/FjtttESN70— Dr. Gabriella M. Petrick (@Dr. Gabriella M. Petrick)1553637230.0
Husbands everywhere admired Swann's hubby for his risky move.
@LizzieSwann1 Husbanding on the edge. That's some talent right there.— Derryl Murphy (@Derryl Murphy)1553653130.0
Well done, Swann family! It seems you've got your priorities in order: first, pranks THEN, cleaning (later, maybe).
Hilarious. Look forward to his next installation. https://t.co/b9A4b35jPn— Claire (@Claire)1553673399.0