Wife Texts Husband That She Took In A Stray Dog, When He Sees It’s A Coyote He FLIPS

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One of the best parts of being in a relationship is getting to mess with your partner a little.

After being together for so long, you start to learn what each other’s buttons are and occasionally take pleasure in purposefully pushing them for your own entertainment. While it can sometimes be a mean thing to do to your other half, it can also end in absolute hilarity — case in point, this married couple from Seaside, Oregon.

When Justin Bogh received a text from his wife, Kayla Eby, about a stray dog she found and brought inside their home, he quickly began to panic. From the photos, he knew it was actually a wild coyote. What he didn’t know, however, was that his wife was completely trolling him.

With the help of some friends, Eby used Photoshop to make it look like the coyote was right next to their son, Olly.

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Understandably, Bogh started freaking out.

But Eby didn’t give herself up just yet. She was in it for the long haul.

Bogh grew more and more frustrated as his message wasn’t getting across.

And the flames just kept being stoked.

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What he said.

Apparently there have been other incidents, too.

Maybe you should just calm down and “chill your hormones,” buddy.

But that became impossible for him when she hilariously began raising the stakes.

The poor guy was probably about to have a heart attack.

Eby finally took mercy on him by making it obvious that she was lying.

This is love at its finest.

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(via BoredPanda)

I can’t be the only person who’s considering a Photoshop subscription just so I can pull something like this off. You’d better watch out, everyone I know…




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