Wife hasn’t spoken to husband in a week, so he ‘makes her talk’ with household pranks

This husband’s wife wouldn’t speak to him for a week. So he came up with a bit of a plan to get her attention. 

Husband and wife Carlo and Maryana Moushikh share a TikTok account with over 341,000 followers. The duo is known for its funny antics. They’re not afraid of pranking each other or playing tricks on one another to prove a point. In one video, Carlo claimed Maryana had given him the silent treatment. So he decided to do some lighthearted retaliation. 

“My wife hasn’t said a word to me in a week,” he wrote in the caption. “Time to change that. If these don’t make her talk, the end will. This is how it’s done, fellas.” 

Carlo then went around the house making small but noticeable changes to the environment. He made the toilet un-flushable, switched a few of their lightbulbs off and made the garage door impossible to open. He took an ornament off their perfectly decorated Christmas tree, stole her tweezers and hid a framed photo of their dog

The hilarious video received over 51.2 million views and 7.7 million likes on TikTok

“I don’t know what happened, but I’m on her side,” a user joked

“Praying for this one; he’s playing with fire,” another said

“You’re about to have a never-ending conversation,” someone added, to which Carlo replied, “She might take my kidney, haha.” 

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