Man sells wife's video game collection because he doesn't trust "virtual husbands".
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Man sells wife’s video game collection because he doesn’t trust “virtual husbands”.

Man sells wife's video game collection because he doesn't trust "virtual husbands".

Man sells wife’s video game collection because he doesn’t trust “virtual husbands”.

An angry husband may have sold a significant portion of his wife’s video games collection to prove he doesn’t like the way she is treated by “virtual men”.

If I’m being truthful, I am more concerned about her relationship with one man.

Reddit user AmITheA**hole shared a post on Reddit that was later deleted. It started making the rounds on social media. He claimed that he had sold her Harvest Moon games collection. Most entries in the long-running farming sim franchise let players marry NPCs. This seems to have been a problem for the unnamed husband.

He wrote, “I want us to be a committed couple.” “I was tolerant of her love for farming simulation games such as Harvest Moon and Stardew valley. But now that she’s married, I expect her not to make any commitments to these virtual husbands.

Man sells wife's video game collection because he doesn't trust "virtual husbands".

He also mentioned that he had already sold her Game Boy Advance, GameCube and GameCube via eBay and that he would make her uninstall Stardew Valley.

He said, “You won’t find me buying body pillows from scantily-clad anime women or simping over fictional ladies. And I expect her to not do the same with fictional men.” This is about infidelity prevention.

Some commenters believe the post is a parody. Others have known for a while that there absolutely men who would do something similar.

responded to a commenter calling the post fake by writing “People might surprise”. “I had an ex-husband who was mad at me for not creating drama and wasn’t jealous at all when he said he married a woman on a videogame. It’s hard to believe that people like OP exist.

This is the moral of this tale. Men are quite shit. As a bonus, don’t stand in the way of gamers and their virtual romances.

Man sells wife’s video game collection because he doesn’t trust “virtual husbands”.
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