In his defense, his wife was wearing the exact same denim jacket the woman was wearing and had a similar haircut.
Some moments in life remind us of our shared humanity and the humorous blunders we can make. In a heartwarming and amusing video shared on Reddit by u/nikamats, we witness a relatable situation where a man unknowingly grabs a stranger's arm, mistaking her for his wife during a concert. The situation turned out to be extremely hilarious and displays something common and relatable that can happen to any of us.
In the video, a man dressed in a black T-shirt and sporting a vibrant hat is seen gently placing his hands on a woman's back. She responds with an intrigued expression, and inquisitively glances at her arm to understand the reason behind the touch. Subsequently, a smile breaks across her face as she notices someone filming the interaction.. The text overlay reads, "This man thought my auntie was his wife and we just let it happen."
Then, he looked at her and said something, quickly realizing that's not his wife and moved his hand. He looked at the person, who was filming the video and also started laughing. In his defense, his wife was wearing the exact same denim jacket the woman was wearing and had a similar haircut. However, the whole incident turned into a laugh riot, thanks to this man's goof-up.
The video is captioned, "Mix-up" and has over 63k upvotes on Reddit. People on the internet found the moment extremely funny. u/kelvin616 commented, "He's like wait a minute lmao." u/waltertheflamingo wrote, "I like how at the very end it looks like he’s reaching up to pull his hat down over his face. The poor guy is so embarrassed. It’s cute." u/Malibucat48 expressed, "Same clothes, same hair, innocent mistake, but it’s so nice how affectionate he is with his wife. All husbands should be like this at their age." u/Aggressive_Mouse_591 said, "Awww. His reaction is so precious. Like 'look, they’re dressed the same, I swear I’m not a creep!'"
In another hilarious video, comedian Troy Hawke can be seen complimenting strangers for their special qualities. He did this after Bumble, the dating app, initiated the concept. Hawke starts by praising a man who is buying blueberries. He says, "I love your lavender blue color scheme goes with the blueberries as well. Clearly a man with an eye for detail." He then compliments a woman listening to music about her confident stride. Later, he compliments another woman and says, "I adored the way you laughed at that pigeon." She immediately starts laughing, listening to the comment.
After which, his compliments begin to be way more specific. He tells a man walking on the street, "You have a marvelous weight distribution between your feet, sir. Good, easy shift." "Especially for us, Brits." The man says, "Oh man, you are so good." Troy responds, "Oh, stop it."
He tells another man wearing blue jeans, "Sir, you are aquamarine blue jeans, a field of dreams." The man starts to smile after hearing the compliment. Then, he tells a woman sitting near a house, "You look like a painting. You are just sitting there. It is fantastic." Hawke then talks about how "the more unique" a compliment is "the more bespoke and devastatingly effective" it will be.