NEW BRAUNFELS, TX — Tensions rose between a local couple today after a woman texted her husband to ask him to pick up a mobile Target order for her on his way home from work, to which he replied "Ok." Reports indicated she was not at all happy with the tone of his "Ok" response.
"What on earth is that supposed to mean?" said Monique Johnson who had put in an order for dishwashing soap and Reese's Peanut Butter Easter Eggs and set the pickup time to coincide with her husband, Derek, getting off of work. "I thought I could make it easier for both of us. He could just stop by Target on his way home. That way, I wouldn't have to get out of the house with the kids. And do you know what he did when I texted him to let him know? He said ‘Ok.' Yeah. Just like that. ‘Ok.' Can you believe that?!"
By all indications, Derek was completely fine agreeing to the request and had absolutely no idea that responding with "Ok" would cause any issue whatsoever. "Yeah, not a problem at all!" Derek said as he typed the "Ok" text on his phone. "I'm happy to pick up the stuff for her. I love doing things for my wife!"
At publishing time, Derek had already made the pickup and was on his way home, though he would reportedly soon regret not also picking up a bouquet of flowers to make up for the audacity he showed by replying to his wife's text with "Ok."
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