Best Husband Ever Celebrates Valentine’s Day By Wallpapering His Bedroom With 7,000 Post-It Notes

Reddit / Jennifer Brinley
Reddit / Jennifer Brinley

Calling all significant others: if you spent Valentine’s day showering your loved ones with chocolates, flowers and giant stuffed teddy bears, you might want to think about upping your game next year. Because after you read this, that’s just not going to cut it anymore.

Jennifer Brinley returned home on Valentine’s Day to find her bedroom completely covered in Post-It notes. Like, 7,000 Post-It Notes. Seriously, just look at them.

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Reddit / Jennifer Brinley

The design alone must have taken her husband hours to plan and execute, but he went the extra mile and wrote something he loved about her on every. Single. One.

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Reddit / Jennifer Brinley

That’s 7,000 things he loves about her, guys. I’ve never even loved 7,000 things about anything ever, unless you count corgis.

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To be fair, some of them are a little specific.

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Or, you know, very specific.

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Still, if this isn’t the ultimate gesture of True Love, I don’t know what is.

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Reddit / Jennifer Brinley

Brinley was definitely touched by the display, though it made her own Valentine’s Day gift to her husband seem a little underwhelming.

“This is going to make me sound horrible!” she said. “All I got him was Japanese soup spoons.”

Let it be remembered: if you’re looking to wow your SO on Valentine’s Day, make sure you’re the one with the Post-Its, not the Japanese soup spoons. TC mark

Callie Byrnes

Callie is a professional Thought Catalog blogger by day and an amateur Tumblr blogger by night.

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