A woman has created a detailed “Know Your F-ng Wife” guide so her husband can make decisions and buy gifts for her without asking her the same questions over and over — and fans think it’s a spousal must-have.
Natalie Railey, who shares comedic videos about her @parodymom TikTok account went viral earlier this month when she shared a clip of herself filling a folder 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 shoe size I wear or the names of some of my relatives,” explains the 40-year-old Arizona mother.
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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’ folder earlier this month
Difficult to handle: In the clip, the 40-year-old Arizona mom explained that her 20-year-old husband 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 a lot of things to show me that he loves me. It just means his brain doesn’t work like that, so let’s help him instead of getting mad about it.”
After Natalie announced she was on her way to Walmart, the video featuring the Trapper Keeper she knew her “Gen X guy would love” became.
“Time to make a book,” she said, before showing the front page of the folder.
“I decided to call it ‘Know your F-ng woman’. All the information you need to make decisions without asking your wife the same questions forever 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 and explained that it contains the most frequently asked questions about different foods and how she prefers to prepare them, as well as a folder to store their ‘preferred takeout menus’.
Perfect gift? Natalie Kept All The Info In A Trapper Keeper She Knew Her ‘Gen X Man Would Love It’
Can’t mess this up! The book contains different sections from ‘Food’ to ‘Feet’ and she has described all of her personal preferences in each category.
When ordering pizza, her husband? can just flip through the book and see she likes it ‘thin crust if possible’ and ‘pineapple’ and ‘banana peppers’ as toppings.
As wings, she wants them ‘extra crispy’, tossed in ‘medium buffalo sauce’ and ‘served with ranch’.
“Blue cheese is the devil’s jam,” she noted, making it clear to her husband that she’s not a fan of that particular seasoning.
The “Foot” section of the book describes her shoe size and her favorite styles in case her husband ever wants to buy her new shoes.
“I’ve been buying his shoes for 20 years and he never gave 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
Slim: Natalie said the folder has “all the information you need to make decisions without asking your wife the same questions forever and ever”
Natalie has also added a “life-size cutout” of her foot “complete with a flip-flop toe slit” and her pedicure preferences.
“Other categories are family, favorites and fun. But help me. I need more ‘F’ words,” she told her 470,000 followers. “It will be a work in progress, just like our marriage.”
“Now his memory can be freed up for important things like sports scores and Jeep part numbers,” she joked in the caption.
Natalie’s video has been viewed over 4.1 million times and people had plenty of ideas about which categories to add to the map.
‘Finances! My husband can’t remember any of our information,” one person shared, while another added, “Fears…I don’t like heights and my husband bought a ‘dinner in the sky’ for my birthday.”
Million dollar idea? TikToker’s video has been viewed more than 4.1 million times, and one fan insisted she should market a “real workbook that people can buy.”
‘Ummm… we’re missing the obvious F-word here where preferences [and] keeps REALLY important,’ another commented cheekily.
“Remarkably, he has NO memory problems in this category,” Natalie replied.
Others thought the map was a brilliant idea that all couples should use.
“These should be exchanged on engagement,” a TikToker insisted.
“I work in retail and if a man took this with him when he goes shopping for his wife, I would die of happiness,” another gushed.
Another asked, “Okay, but have you considered turning it into a real workbook that people can buy…”