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If there is one thing that we can’t stand, it’s a ridiculous gender stereotype, and we thought the days of ‘a woman’s place being in the kitchen’ were long behind us. This is why we are sending a virtual high-five to the woman in this story.

 

This unnamed woman has proven that not all superheroes wear capes, after getting the ultimate revenge on her husband for referring to her as a ‘sandwich maker’.

 

Yes, while he was most likely joking, he actually said that! So, we reckon he got exactly what he deserved!

 

Imgur user ‘Vollkommenes’ took to the photo-sharing site to share the anecdote, and what his wife served him up after he had used those blasphemous words.

 

 

Pictured is a ham and cheese sandwich, with a twist – the twist is that the cheese is still in its plastic!

 

Clearly, the husband had no idea what was in store for him when he took a bite from his sambo, as the plastic cover on the cheese features a pretty distinct bite mark. Ouch!

 

And he was in for an even greater shock when he took the sandwich apart to take the cheese out. It turns out, his wife had actually left a special note on the plastic, in black marker, reading: ‘Not sorry’.

 

As you can well imagine, the photos and anecdote have left people all over the world in hysterics, and some of the responses have been just as funny as the wife's original prank.

 

 

“Any wife that can come at you with that kind of fire is worth keeping,” wrote one person – and, boy, do we agree!

 

Meanwhile, others took the opportunity to deliver some valuable advice to Vollkommenes.

 

“Make your own damn sandwiches,” wrote one, while another chimed in, “Don’t mess with the people that handle your food.”

 

We’re betting this husband has well and truly learned his lesson, and has a whole new appreciation of his amazing wife.

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