People Reveal The Exact Moment They Realized They Were Dating An Idiot.

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At least the intentions were wholesome.

Just because you're dating a person, that doesn't necessarily mean you know the person. People in marriages sometimes even admit that they don't fully know their partners. With that said, the connection between two people can be great until they suddenly realize they've been dating an idiot the entire time. It can happen a few days or even a few years into the relationship. But don't despair, their lack of common knowledge doesn't make them any less lovable! It just makes the relationship a little more entertaining. One day you'll see him/her eating dog treats and the next day he/she might lock the keys for a padlock to the padlock.

But it's these moments that create the foundation of a relationship. Check out some of the hilarious examples below.


LOL just give him an A for effort, he tried!

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Wow, they must be paid the same too.

So do nurses operate surgeries too?

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Avocado cutting skills here are off the charts.

At least the avocado is still usable.

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What other animal would look like a cow?

How now brown cow?

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She told her boyfriend she wasn't feeling well and asked him to buy a thermometer.

He bought this little thing on the way back home from work.

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It's only a dirty word if you have a dirty mind.

This will be too hard to swallow.

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His girlfriend didn't want to lose the keys to her lock.

Well that's one way of going about it...

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Back to elementary school.

Well, that was definitely anti-climatic.

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He asked his wife to bring him his basement shoes.

She said "the opaads?" It seems legit to me.

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Not everyone understands breastfeeding.

Guess he skipped the whole 'humans are mammals' part of 1st grade.

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He caught his girlfriend eating these "Christmas cookies."

They were actually dog treats. BUT WERE THEY GOOD!?

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Well, is it?

Nice, didn't know you martians had access to the Internet.

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His girlfriend asked him what the "no" meant on this switch.

Ever thought to turn the switch around...

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Didn't know you had to wait until college to learn the moon and sun are two different things.

2nd grade??? Isn't this more of a 3 year old thing?

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She's 5'1".

She asked her 6'2" husband to hang a mirror for her.

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So real.

C'mon guys, let's try to keep it real.

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Her husband thought he could microwave his shirt to dry it faster.

Maybe they'll give him a job at Dominos.

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Maybe someone bought her the plant and she didn't know?

Get her a real one! She might have a green thumb!

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How his wife decided to unpack her new cable.

Admittedly, it is hard to believe that these bloody, frustrating plastic packages are not replaced by paper-ones for good!

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Admitting is the first step to getting help!

At least she acknowledges what she did was dumb.

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Life would be so scary if this were really true.

That's what happens when you use Monty Python's "Meaning of Life" as an educational film.

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Her husband asked her gynecologist if this was a Texas longhorn.

Wow...the lack of education is not embarrassing, it is frightening.

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A present from a cat gone wrong.

Well, at least you know where she picked up her lack of imagination, right?

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Not everyone is born with a sense of direction.

Definitely not the outdoor type, eh? It's ok, she can learn.

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Black and white like the movies?

The early past didn't even have sound, to be honest.

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