A Georgia pastor decided to post to Facebook his ridiculous cardboard sign that he made after his wife spent too much time in Target.
A senior pastor at Living Faith Tabernacle in the Atlanta area, Jeremy Tuck, was waiting for his wife, Akila Cooper Tuck, when he was fed up and decided to whip out a sign about his frustrations.
“NOT HOMELESS. WIFE IN TARGET 2+ HOURS. PLEASE HELP!”
In addition, the caption said he would not remain silent.
The post quickly went viral, which prompted his wife to post a response via Facebook.
“I wish I could get a $1 for how many times my husband’s ‘funny’ Target picture has been shared,” she wrote. “He’s gone viral all for making fun of me ‘budget’ shopping at Target. I think I deserve something for all my troubles!”
Does a good laugh count?