(storyful.) - It’s very unlikely you’ll be able to avoid a new YouTube skit from The Mystery Hour, the “best and only late night talk show,” in Springfield, Missouri. Titled Instagram Husbands, in its first 15 hours online the near-three-minute clip had racked up over 500,000 views.
Accompanied by a website of the same name the December 8 sketch portrays the plight of men seconded by their other halves to act as “a human selfie stick” for Instagram photos.
Real life Instagram Husbands are being encouraged to post their stories using the hashtag #instagramhusband on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, or “whatever hell other social media your Instagram Wife uses that you don’t know about.”
Some people recognized the truth of the sketch immediately.
My boyfriend sent me this. So accurate 😅 #instagramhusband— Natalies Outlet (@nataliesoutlet) December 8, 2015
Hashtag Real Life post right here haha - trying to leave for a holiday party and I ask my hubby for "just one more photo!" 😂😂 Has anyone seen the "Instagram Husbands" video floating around? Hilarious. Go check it out 💗💗 @gooberzilla & I are headed out to a holiday party for work. I love any excuse to get dressed up! Snuck in the Holiday HIIT and Holiday Hustle workouts from @toneitup today after work to get a good sweat going in less than 30 min 👍🏼👍🏼 What's everyone else up to tonight? (I'm currently sitting in #Seattle traffic) 😩😩