Miserable Men Trapped In The Shopping Hell

If you’ve ever been married or in a serious relationship, you know the drill. They bring you shopping, saying they just have to get “that one thing”, only to leave you to wait for hours on end while holding all their things. This Instagram account is a tribute to those wretched souls who are stuck in the shopping hell. Scroll down to see the most horrifying examples!

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

Miserable man trapped in shopping hell.

7 thoughts on “Miserable Men Trapped In The Shopping Hell”

  1. At least now there are smartphones. I remember a book called Scruples in which a high-end store had an entire upstairs floor just for men (it was published in 1978) to relax and hang out while their other half shopped. I thought it was a great idea.

  2. I just had a conversation with my wife about the global damages of amazon shopping. She said she’s aware of it but unfortunately she just hates shopping. I guess I should be thankful.

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  3. Men: Never underestimate the power of telling someone else, “No.”
    (IOW: “I’m done, we are leaving.”)

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  4. I could never undrestand this. My wife goes looking at bags, shoes, perfume, whatever and I go looking at watches, watches & watches. Eventually it’s her who is dragging me out most of the time.

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