Woman confounds husband with ‘genius’ fake grocery list: ‘They don’t have any of this stuff?'

Dillon Thompson

A woman is going viral after sending her husband on an insane wild goose chase.

The devious wife, Michelle Park, made a totally phony grocery list for her spouse, then sent him on a mission to Whole Foods. Her demands included several fake items, including “fat-free avocados,” “seedless strawberries” and “half diet coke.”

Park recorded a video of the stunt and posted it on TikTok. Her clip, which features a phone call with her clueless husband, has since been viewed more than 2.3 million times.

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On the call, Park’s husband admits he’s been scouring the store for nearly an hour. He also adds that he’s asked multiple employees for help.

“I’ve been walking around the Whole Foods for 45 minutes, and they said they don’t have any of this stuff,” he tells her. “Nobody knows anything about anything.”

“Really? Because I’ve been waiting to get fat-free avocados,” she replies, struggling to hold in her laughter.

TikTok users seemingly loved the prank, calling the idea “hysterical” and “genius.’

“This is the best thing I have watched,” one user wrote.

“He’s confused .. but doesn’t dare imply the Queen is wrong,” another joked.

Park’s husband seemed to take the whole thing in stride, too. In the comments, she wrote that he also thought the prank was “hilarious.”

He also seemingly went all-out to meet his wife’s impossible demands. In a subsequent video, Park shared the moment her husband arrived home.

As he comes through the door, he shares that he also stopped at a 7-Eleven. He then presents his wife with a soda and some sparkling water so she can make a “half-diet Coke” at home.

“He’s the best and no he wasn’t mad,” Park captioned the video.

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