Japanese woman becomes famous for sharing pictures of things her husband leaves lying around the house and what started out as a joke has turned into a famous account with thousands of followers.
A woman in Japan has become quite famous over social media and has gained thousands of followers for sharing pictures of things her husband leaves lying around the house. The lady's account is titled @gomi_sutero which in Japanese language translates to “throw away your trash,” and she shares the pictures with hilarious captions asking her husband to cut it out and asking him to put the things at their right places after using them. The woman behind the account lives in Fukuoka Prefecture, the couple is married for 5 years and have a beautiful daughter. She says she realized hr husband's messy habits when she found rolled up socks and used tissues lying around the house.
Talking about the idea behind this hilarious account, she told that initially she used to share these pictures on her personal account with her friends and family. Later her friends suggested to make the posts public and what started out as fun turned into a proper account with thousands of followers. The account went viral when a Twitter user posted about the account and the tweet went viral overnight.
お洒落なインテリアアカウントかと思いきや夫の散らかした物をアップするアカウントだった…。 pic.twitter.com/viOAYSRq4M— ぶたごりらサツキ (@butagorirasatu1) 20 July 2019
"I thought this account was posting pretty homeware, but it's actually sharing the mess this husband made…"
The woman tells her husband does not know that such account exists and if he gets to know then he will probably find this funny too, “I think he will laugh a lot.” “I tell him about his messy habits every day,” she said. “And every time I do, he makes me laugh with a silly comeback, so it's really fun.”
She also added that when she is very tired, her husband helps clean up the house for her. Confused and amazed over how the account got so popular among the public, she said, “The account was never meant for people to follow, as it was just a fun thing for my friends, so I never used hashtags or anything.”