Husband complains to Kmart after wife cannot stop shopping and bringing home new stuff at least once a week
|Alex Gadd and Samantha Gadd|
By: Emily Lewis WorldWideWeirdNews.com
A husband in Australia, revealed that after a rocky start to his relationship over his wife's shopping habits, things could not be better.
Alex Gadd of Tasmania, said that he and his wife Samantha, are happily married as he was able to move past her shopping habit.
Gadd also said that it would take much more than a shopping problem to destroy their marriage as his wife’s purchases have really slowed down and she only spends her own money.
Gadd has previously filed a complaint with Kmart, where he ranted about his then fiancee's spending, saying that the shopping and spending has reached his limit.
“Hey Kmart , I am a disgruntled fiance. I am sick of coming home at least once a week to a new candle holder, frame, pot or pot stand. Along with several other nice yet highly unnecessary items.
“I need to know how many more designs can possibly be released? A man can only take so much, and I am at my limit. She even suggested putting a light shade in my garage.
“I am sure the CEOs are rubbing their hands together along with all the divorce lawyers who would be getting a huge amount of business ever since you guys had a drastic change in the direction and target of your product line.
“I guess I'm not expecting a response nor an answer as I understand that my relationship issues are not of your concern. Simply a rant that goes unheard here at home. Your products are too appealing and too cheap for her to resist, and as a result, it's putting immense strain on my life. Thanks for listening.”
Surprisingly, Gadd has received a response from Kmart.
“Hi Alex, we're so sorry to hear that our highly appealing homewares and everyday low prices are driving a wedge between you and your fiancee," the company wrote.
"Unfortunately, we do have new products coming out all the time and the likelihood of them arriving in your home seems high. It may be worth investing in some kind of blindfold before this happens," the company added.