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Instagram Account Captures ‘Miserable Men’ Being Dragged Through Shopping Malls

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It’s sad in a funny kind of way.

An Instagram account called “Miserable Men” is strictly dedicated to documenting one thing: The plight of men who have been involuntarily taken shopping by their significant others, as the New York Daily News writes. Miserable Men calls this a “global epidemic” on its Instagram page, which is basically a collection of men either sleeping or sulking in unrelenting despair as they wait to be dragged to the next store. The account has 225,000 followers. Lesson for jewelers? You should definitely add that “man cave”, replete with comfy sofa, free drinks, and ESPN on the TV … or face the consequences.

The Plight of Man

A photo posted by Miserable Men (@miserable_men) on Dec 4, 2015 at 4:59pm PST

Read more at the New York Daily News

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