24 Posts Proving Not Everyone Got To Marry The Brightest Lightbulb

When it comes to our romantic partners, we all like to think that we've hit the jackpot and found the complete package. It's a nice sentiment, but it's also one we all know to be false deep down.

Sometimes you get brains, other times you're attracted to brawn — but rarely do these two sides meet. Have a look below and check out these 15 posts proving that not everyone winds up marrying the brightest bulb.

"I split up with my boyfriend yesterday. I fell asleep while he was packing and he stole my toilet." - Reddit u/shelblikadoo

This isn't just petty, this is borderline psychotic. it also gives the term "crappy boyfriend" an all-new meaning, if you know what I mean.

When it just doesn't make sense.

To be FAIR, anything through text can get confusing.

From the sudden switch in conversation, to not knowing if someone is actually upset or not, this one I kinda get.

When you try (in vain) to drink enough water.

This Reddit user/mother-to-be was trying to ensure that she drank at least a liter of water before her ultrasound. All I can say is that I hope she rinsed out the glass first.

When the innuendos fly right over your head

I mean...come on.

This is clearly meant to be a sexual joke, and either the person knows that and is just playing around or it truly, truly, went right over their head.

When you realize after the fact that the bag is resealable.

More often than not, I know that a bag is reusable but I'll still decimate it like a rabid dog. I simply don't have the patience to get the little clips to line up perfectly.

When two people can't figure it out.

I mean, at least the effort is there? Besides, in this case, they both know that they can't figure it out.

So at least they're self-aware!

From where I stand, this is grounds for divorce.

I admit that I have a bit of a phobia when it comes to other people's chewed gum. That said, I can't wrap my head around how any sane person would be OK with their partner doing this?

I actually like this one

To be honest, this one is a good one.

If my partner goes through the trouble to photoshop my face on something, I'll consider it time well spent.

So close yet so far.

I swear to god, my fiancee does this every single time — even when the dishwasher is empty! It's as if she thinks that some magic dish-elf is just going to come and magically wash the stuck-on cheese from her plate.

Apparently, her boyfriend didn't want to remove the plastic film because it would create an eyesore.

From where I'm standing, I'd say that you've already accomplished that. Your PC looks as if the one side is literally melting — why not just take it off?

When your Christmas list is just a little too literal.

According to the post, what the young lady in the photo was hoping for was a Nintendo Switch. She got what she asked for, but in the worst most disappointing way imaginable.

Oh, good try.

I mean, good for him for trying, that's for sure.

I can't count the amount of times my dad this to my mom. They really think they're doing something sneaky, aren't they?

The ugly side of gaming.

Playing Call of Duty can be ugly. So ugly that you might just need a 12-pack of Landshark and 3 liters of Coke just in order to scrape by.

You can't say that this man isn't dedicated.

I wonder how long it took for them to realize that there wasn't actually any salt in the rice cooker to begin with?

"My boyfriend put salt instead of rice in the rice cooker, been wondering for an hour why it was taking so long to cook." - Reddit u/bumbeel

When you're husband only buys enough memory foam for his side of the bed.

I mean this has to be a joke, right? You don't need to be a spatial engineer to know, just from looking, that this set up is doomed to fail.

When you need some help.

This woman's cry for help is totally relatable.

I am sure whoever is reading this can probably relate. Our men really like to use anything just to help themselves get what they want.

This sounds a tad but vindictive, wouldn't you agree?

This is what you call a classic Frank Reynolds "fake-out." If you don't know what I mean by that, then you really ought to brush up on your It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."

I don't know about you, but this is enough to make me never want to eat butter again.

"My boyfriend puts the butter away like this in the fridge door. Fully exposed and touching the fridge I haven’t washed in months." - Reddit u/How_you_like_meow

The path of most resistance.

Yes, it takes a very special person to cut an avocado without realizing that they should first remove the pit. But what I'm most interested in discovering is where this man found such a razor-sharp blade?

I mean, at least you know what's coming, right?

It kind of removes the need to get angry because you're already prepared for what's about to happen.

Something to be said about knowing what you're in for.

Are you starting your own collection?

What's even worse is that according to this Reddit user, the toilet paper rolls that you see in this picture have been accumulating for only two weeks! I feel like this man needs to make an appointment with his doctor.

Does he not know what a grocery store is?

I mean...come on now.

How is his first thought to go to DQ and not to go to the grocery store? That's men for you, I guess!

When you're so desperate for a glass of juice that you can't get out of your own way.

I think what's most impressive about this is the fact that they were able to open the corner of the carton in the first place. When they have a spout, most aren't made to open this way.

I hope it's not being used for both.

Jeez. And if it has been used for both, I really, really hope they take very good showers.

Otherwise, I'd hate to think about what their skin is going through.