Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Hijack!

The other day my husband hijacked my cellphone.  I apparently was sitting right there and didn't notice.   My children were there watching and were amused that I was so oblivious.  My husband got on my facebook and posted a status on my page.   Something about how wonderful and awesome my husband is.  He really is, but that's not something I would post on facebook.   I'm more of a "reader" than a "poster."   

When my daughter finally told me to look at my facebook page, I was amused and sure that all who read the gooey, sugary post about my awesome husband would know that I had been hacked.   I was wrong.

I must now be the most envied wife ever to have such an amazing husband.   People want to know if he has a brother, or if he can be cloned.   And now, of course, I cannot fess up to the joke.   So, now, even though I've known it all along, all of my facebook friends now know what a perfectly wonderful husband I have.

I guess I should be happy that at least he didn't post a picture of me napping, with drool going down my mouth.

21 comments:

  1. I see the dilemma...when one has such a paragon of virtue for a hubby one likes to keep it to oneself...also true for the reverse. Well, cats out of the bag now.

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    1. cat's definitely out of the bag now!

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  2. this is so funny but if my husband would do this I would not think so, not that there is the slightest chance he would !
    why not ? you might ask
    because he knows I would be impossible to handle at the discovery of such mischief
    next logical question Judy, what is your name, I of course want to become your facebook friend !!

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    1. i totally want you to be my facebook friend, Anni! seriously. friend me (Judy Limburg of Walla Walla, WA !!)

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    2. ;) great, just sent you a friend request !
      do you know what Limburg refers to ?
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limburg_(Belgium)
      a ma zing, is it not?
      unless you tell me it means something totally different...

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  3. LOL!! I do post sugary stuff about how much I love my boyfriend...much to his chagrin as he too is a reader not a poster. He doesn't even comment on anything I do hardly ever. I asked him why not and he was surprised - he said, "I have you now, why would I stalk your page anymore?" My ex-h hijacked my old cell and changed the ringtone to the theme to Spongebob Squarepants.

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    1. that is funny - i dont' even know what the theme to spongebob squarepants sounds like.

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  4. Ha!
    My husband wouldn't have the slightest idea how to get on Facebook.
    If it's all true, let the world envy you!

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  5. Well, aren't you the lucky girl?!?!

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  6. bahahaha ... so any revenge planning?

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  7. Just be glad he didn't change the password on you and hold your account to ransom!

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  8. My kids just change the sounds and pictures, but the other day I pondered how long that innocent fun would last before they expanded!

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  9. What a cute practical joke to play that is funny and innocent (and of course definitely in your hubby's favor with how he described himself on your FB page :) Now he'll have to be on his best behavior when around your friends since he listed all his wonderful attributes :)

    betty

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  10. Hahaha. Its when your kids hijack your cell that you have to worry. :)

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  11. oh good times good times, the husband needs some attention somehow and well feel lucky they all like him oh and pay back is scary ;]

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  12. see there's always an upside and a lesson .. the lesson is always log out .. ;)

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  13. Awww I think it sounds romantic that your hubby posted a little status update for you. :)

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  14. I should have known it was him when the post ended with "My husband did not post this." Or something to that effect. It's still true that we are lucky to have met our best friends and to have persuaded them to marry us.

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  15. Sweet! My husband hasn't hacked my facebook yet, but he always tags me in weird pictures. I'd rather have him post how wonderful he is! The pictures he finds are not flattering!!

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