A woman has made a detailed ‘Know Your F-ng Wife’ guide, so her husband can make decisions and buy her gifts without asking her the same questions over and over again — and fans think it’s a marital must-have.
Natalie Railey, who shares comedic videos on her @parodymom TikTok account, went viral earlier this month when she shared a clip of herself filling a binder with information about her preferences, including her favorite food preparations and shoe styles.
‘After 20 years together, my husband still can’t remember what I like on my pizza or what size shoe I wear or the names of some of my family members,’ the 40-year-old mom from Arizona explained.
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Popular: Natalie Railey, who shares comedic videos on her @parodymom TikTok account, went viral when she debuted her ‘Know Your F-ng Wife’ binder earlier this month
Hard to handle: In the clip, the 40-year-old mom from Arizona explained that her husband of 20 years still can’t remember what she likes on her pizza or her shoe size
‘But that doesn’t mean he doesn’t love me,’ she added. ‘He does lots of things to show me that he loves me. It just means that his brain doesn’t work that way, so let’s help him out instead of being b****y about it.’
After Natalie announced she was headed to Walmart, the video cut to her showing off the Trapper Keeper she knew her ‘Gen X husband would love.’
‘Time to make a book,’ she said, before showing off the front page of the binder.
‘I decided to call it “Know Your F-ng Wife. All the information you need to make decisions without asking your wife the same f-ing questions forever and ever and ever,”‘ she said. ‘And, because I’m his f-ing wife, all the categories in the book start with the letter “F.”‘
Natalie then flipped to the ‘Food’ section, explaining that it has the most commonly asked questions about different foods and how she likes them prepared, as well as a folder to store their ‘preferred takeout menus.’
Perfect gift? Natalie stored all the information in a Trapper Keeper she knew her ‘Gen X husband would love’
Can’t mess this up! The book features various sections from ‘Food’ to ‘Feet,’ and she detailed all of her personal preferences in each category
When ordering pizza, her husband can just flip through the book and see that she likes ‘thin crust if possible’ and ‘pineapple’ and ‘banana peppers’ as toppings.
For wings, she wants them ‘extra crispy,’ tossed in ‘medium buffalo sauce,’ and ‘served with ranch.’
‘Blue cheese is the devil’s toe jam,’ she noted, making it clear to her husband that she isn’t a fan of that particular condiment.
The ‘Foot’ section of the book details her shoe size and her preferred styles on the off chance her husband ever wants to get her new shoes.
‘I’ve been buying his shoes for 20 years, and he’s never gotten me a pair,’ she admitted.
Detailed: She even included a cutout of her foot in the ‘Feet’ section in case her husband is ever stuck on what size to buy
Smart: Natalie said the binder has ‘all the information you need to make decisions without asking your wife the same f-ing questions forever and ever and ever’
Natalie also included a ‘life-size cutout’ of her foot ‘complete with a toe-slit for flip-flops’ and her pedicure preferences.
‘Other categories include family, favorites, and fun. But help me out. I need more “F” words,’ she told her 470,000 followers. ‘It will be a work in progress, like our marriage.’
‘Now his memory can stay free for important things like sports scores and Jeep part numbers,’ she joked in the caption.
Natalie’s video has been viewed more than 4.1 million times, and people had of plenty ideas about what categories she should add to the binder.
‘Finances! My husband cannot remember any of our information,’ one person shared, while another added: ‘Fears … I do not like heights and my husband bought us a “dinner in the sky” for my birthday.’
Million-dollar idea? The TikToker’s video has been viewed more than 4.1 million times, and one fan insisted she should market an ‘actual workbook that people can buy’
‘Ummm…we’re missing the obvious F word here where preferences [and] likes REALLY matter,’ someone else cheekily noted.
‘He remarkably has NO memory problems in this category,’ Natalie responded.
Others thought the binder was a brilliant idea that should be utilized by all couples.
‘These should be exchanged upon engagement,’ one TikToker insisted.
‘I work in retail and if a man brought this in with him when shopping for his wife I would die from happiness,’ someone else gushed.
Another asked: ‘Ok but have you considered making this an actual workbook people can buy…’