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A father of three and self-proclaimed ‘plant man’ known for his reports of ‘being married to a plant lady’ has encouraged hundreds of fed up men across Australia to share their own experiences.

Brad Kearns, of the Central Coast of New South Wales, went viral in May when his ‘plant-obsessed’ wife Sarah came home with two giant palm trees in front of their bedroom.

Now the comic father, who blogs below Father mother, has inspired other partners facing the same problem to share photos of the ‘invasive’ plants that crop up around their homes.

“Imagine … You have friends and there is a wonderful conversation. You are distracted by the damn unpleasant devil’s climb in your nostrils, so you start pushing the strands away with your face, ”he wrote.

A father of three (center) and self-proclaimed 'plant man', known for his posts of 'being married to a plant lady', has encouraged hundreds of fed up men across Australia to share their own experiences

A father of three (center) and self-proclaimed ‘plant man’, known for his posts of ‘being married to a plant lady’, has encouraged hundreds of fed up men across Australia to share their own experiences

Brad Kearns, of the Central Coast of New South Wales, went viral in May when his 'plant-obsessed' wife Sarah came home with two giant palm trees for their bedroom

Brad Kearns, of the Central Coast of New South Wales, went viral in May when his 'plant-obsessed' wife Sarah came home with two giant palm trees for their bedroom

Brad Kearns, of the Central Coast of New South Wales, went viral in May when his ‘plant-obsessed’ wife Sarah came home with two giant palm trees for their bedroom

Now the comic dad, who blogs under DadMum, has inspired other partners facing the same problem to share photos of the 'invasive' plants popping up around their homes

Now the comic dad, who blogs under DadMum, has inspired other partners facing the same problem to share photos of the 'invasive' plants popping up around their homes

Now the comic dad, who blogs under DadMum, has inspired other partners facing the same problem to share photos of the ‘invasive’ plants popping up around their homes

“She looks at you like some gang boss and starts threatening death with nothing but her eyes. Legit hears them as much as a single leaf blow and I guarantee she will sting me. ‘

Brad remembered drinking his beer quietly, unable to join the conversation because he couldn’t see past the vines.

He said, “I don’t think a man can tolerate as much as a planter. Those boys deserve a goddamn medal. ‘

In response, a number of men began sharing images of their own planting experiences, many of which were completely engulfed by leafy branches in their homes.

In response, a number of men began sharing images of their own plant experiences, many of which were completely overrun at home

In response, a number of men began sharing images of their own plant experiences, many of which were completely overrun at home

In response, a number of men began sharing images of their own plant experiences, many of which were completely overrun at home

'My wife was a closet wife until last year. I came back from the Kokoda path and there were plants everywhere, it was like I was still in the jungle, 'said one man

'My wife was a closet wife until last year. I came back from the Kokoda path and there were plants everywhere, it was like I was still in the jungle, 'said one man

Others can barely sit in their living room for fear of crushing a plant

Others can barely sit in their living room for fear of crushing a plant

‘My wife was a closet wife until last year. I came back from the Kokoda path and there were plants everywhere, it was like I was still in the jungle, ‘said one man

‘My wife was a closet wife until last year. I came back from the Kokoda trail and there were plants everywhere, it was like I was still in the jungle, “said one man.

“The only positive thing about this is that she can buy presents a lot easier. Buy a plant for her and she is happy. ‘

A man showed how he couldn’t watch his favorite shows on TV because they were hidden behind foliage on the dining table.

“I didn’t want to watch TV while I ate,” he said.

A man fired back, “Don’t worry, Brad, I feel your pairs! Look at this monster ‘

A merchant was forced to carry a heavy cactus inside at 6:30 a.m. because it looked better in the corner of their kitchen than on the back deck

A merchant was forced to carry a heavy cactus inside at 6:30 a.m. because it looked better in the corner of their kitchen than on the back deck

A man showed how he couldn’t watch his favorite shows on TV because they were hidden behind foliage on the dining table. “I didn’t want to watch TV while I ate,” he said

Another dutiful partner said that he is always asked to hold up his wife's plants for photos so she can send them to other 'crazy plant lady' friends

Another dutiful partner said that he is always asked to hold up his wife's plants for photos so she can send them to other 'crazy plant lady' friends

Another dutiful partner said that he is always asked to hold up his wife’s plants for photos so she can send them to other ‘crazy plant lady’ friends

How should I see? Men all over Australia complained that they came in second for their women's plants

How should I see? Men all over Australia complained that they came in second for their women's plants

How should I see? Men all over Australia complained that they came in second for their women’s plants

Another partner said he is always asked to hold up his wife’s plants for photos so she can send them to other ‘crazy plant lady’ friends.

A merchant was forced to carry a heavy cactus inside at 6:30 a.m. because it looked better in the corner of their kitchen than on the back deck.

Women wrote back to a number of reports saying that their husbands had come very close to a “death wish” after complaining about their number of plants.

“My husband lost his entire weekend and made me a beast out of a plant stand,” said one woman.

“My partner made the mistake of telling me to take up a hobby … so there is no nagging,” said another.

In May, Brad shared a photo of himself next to a giant tree, which his wife had placed on his side of their bedroom.

He was shocked when his plant-obsessed wife Sarah (pictured) came home with two giant palm trees

He was shocked when his plant-obsessed wife Sarah (pictured) came home with two giant palm trees

He was shocked when his plant-obsessed wife Sarah (pictured) came home with two giant palm trees

But after sharing the lighthearted posts on Facebook, many people quickly became concerned about the palm trees that could potentially lead to a ‘spider habitat’. Brad was forced to move the plants to their balcony after his wife felt “scared” about the “spiders that came out”

“I should have known when she asked me to” lift the plants up the stairs. ” I opened the front door of not one but two f *** ing Jurassic sized trees. She said they were in front of our bedroom, “he said.

When he asked his wife for the coupons so he could check how much money she had spent, “she didn’t show me the coupons. Said she lost them. ‘

But after sharing the lighthearted posts on Facebook, many people quickly became concerned about the palm trees that could potentially lead to a ‘spider habitat’.

“Now she’s afraid of spiders and wants to leave … Well, I like them now. I think they will stay, ”Brad continued.

The husband documents hilarious reports about his wife's obsession with plants

The husband documents hilarious reports about his wife's obsession with plants

The husband documents hilarious reports about his wife’s obsession with plants

When he asked his wife for the coupons so he could check how much money she had spent, “she didn’t show me the coupons. Said she lost them ‘(pictured with their son)

However, he was forced to move the plants to their balcony after his wife felt “scared” about the “spiders coming out” in their sleep.

“I would like to point out a systemic deficiency in my wife’s ability to make good choices,” he said in a follow-up post.

“At 11pm she decided she couldn’t sleep and ‘we’ had to take them outside and call the vermin because of the new security risk.”

However, a pest repeller responded to the thread saying, “This is not really a ‘spider habitat’. The number of spiders doesn’t really go up, but you may notice fungus gnats. Enjoy that beautiful plant-purified air. ‘

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