Relationships are all about teamwork. Brooklyn was a little annoyed when she found that her husband was not putting things away properly.
She decided to go around and measure just how close he got to putting things away correctly.
The video begins with the woman going to the laundry room.
She brings the tape measurer to some dryer lint that was left on top of the dryer. She then shows us that it was pretty far away from the garbage.
Her husband was a little closer on the next one.
There were some dog treats that did not quite get put back into the jar on the counter. He was 19 inches away!
The Dead Remote
She then moved into the living room where she found his video game remote.
It was on the complete other side of the room than where the charger for it was.
Then she moved into the kitchen, where she opened a cupboard and found a coffee mug.
It turns out that this mug was in the wrong cupboard on the other side of the kitchen.
He was very close when it came to putting away his dirty laundry.
The clothes were on the floor just a couple of inches away from the laundry hamper. She thinks that he might have just had a bad throw.
When she went into the bathroom, she found some other things out of place.
There were some pill bottles that were left on the far side of the counter and not in the medicine cabinet.
Shoes By The Shoe Rack
His shoes were something else that he got part marks for.
He decided to kick them off just inches away from the shoe rack. He could have saved himself from being called out for it!
This one could be a little confusing for her husband to understand.
While he did have his coat hung on a hook, she took a few steps down the hall and pointed out that they needed to be hung in a closet.
Organizing food in the cupboard is another one that her husband was very close on.
He had the soup placed on the wrong shelf. The soup does not go with the syrups.
The last thing that she wanted to point out was not very close to being in the right place.
He wanted to get a new rug but has left it in the packaging on the table for a few days.